Blue Area Rugs
Among the simplest ways to change the entire feel of a room is to use
blue area rugs to complement the blue shades,
accents, and undertones from the rest of the room.
There are many reasons that you might
choose this type of floor covering for one of your own rooms. First and foremost, of course, is style, but it
also provides cushioning for your feet, keep the room warmer in winter, and adds a bit of soundproofing between the
levels of the building, too. They’re among the most functional pieces of decorating that you can
As an accent, this practical piece can
tie all of the rest of your decorating together. Blue area rugs have a knack for bringing lots of different
styles and patterns into one cohesive look. They can also either bring together a single room, or tie
the appearance and colors of two rooms together. This is why you might want to try combining colors such as a blue
and red area rug or blue and green area rug.
Typically speaking, you will be able to
find blue area rugs in sizes ranging from twenty four
inches all the way up to ten feet. This means that you can use them as a tiny accent in a small room or
the base upon which a larger room’s style is built. Depending on the shade, pattern, and style you choose,
you can create completely different atmospheres in your room. If you are attempting to achieve a specific
look within a room, then the blue area rugs you select will make all the difference in
the final product.
Different Blue Area Rugs For Different Decorating Styles
Try different kinds of blue area rugs depending on the style you’re going
for. For example, if you’re attempting to create a simpler, more country home appearance – perhaps in a
kitchen – then a braided rug might be just the look you’re going for. They can be hand made out of rags as
they were traditionally, or you can find a less expensive machine-made option to do the
If you’re going for something fun and
funky, a long shag blue area rug in a unique shape or pattern will instantly attract the eye and make a bold
statement in your room. Bright shades often do very well when you’re going for this look. Other fun and bold
statements can be made by also mixing in splashes of other colors and expanding your options to
include blue and pink area rugs or blue and black area rugs.
On the other hand, if you’d like a room
to feel more luxurious, then the blue area rugs you choose should have a more subtle
appearance. You might try a solid color in muted shades or deep dark hues.
Thick oriental rugs will often bring
that hint of luxury to a room even if the rest of its furnishings are quite simple otherwise. In this style,
the carpet will be useful in defining the space of the room and bringing the furniture groupings together.
For this reason, it works very well in living rooms and other areas where conversation spaces