13. Color Factors To Consider
Darker colors can absorb light and make the place look smaller, so if you want a cozy fit to your room, you know what to be looking at. You can opt for a small rug just around the dining table or right under it for the kitchen, where there is a high possibility of stains and footprints. This will extend the life of your rug, save it from being worn out by too many prints, food spills, and others. Neutral or dark colors will suit the kitchen more if you decide to have a large rug or one that covers the entire floor.
Don’t forget the painting of the room either. This brings us back to the color palette and making sure colors don’t clash with each other. Please know that a rug is like the icing on a cake. We have told you about how it can make or break the interior’s look. Rugs are delicate, sensitive things, and if anything, they are picky. Keep reading to discover more tips and tricks about how you can make your room look amazing with the perfect rug.