One sure way to be comfortable for a living room is to use a carpet rug. And if you feel very brave, make two or three. Layered rugs, whether on carpets or wooden floors, are a smart and simple way to give the texture of the room and take another trend: mixing patterns. Of course, unexpected contrasts from weaving and printing may make guests double-take, but if done correctly, layered carpets can appear in a fun way, and, more practically, combine space.
Upholstery rugs are the best way to have fun with colors, patterns, and textures. There are many ways to make this look work in your home, and what’s better is that it can solve all decorating problems. Whether you want to coat the area carpet on a wall-to-wall carpet or cover it on another area’s existing carpet, here are some ways to make this decoration technique work for you.
Rugs layering for the comfort of the living room
The right carpet is the key to making the room look and feels complete. But when looking for a perfect foundation, remember that sometimes the answer is more than one. Whether it’s to fill a large space or just to double the texture, there are many reasons to take more routes with your carpet. Read on for some of our favorite layered displays.
When it comes to floor coverings, sometimes more is more. Carpet linings offer an easy way to add colors and patterns to the room or experiment with trends without investing in large carpets. Long-lasting sisal with vibrant textiles works well in family-friendly spaces, high traffic areas or spacious spaces, while chic antique carpet rugs give a modern touch to traditional works.
To make your own appearance, start with a neutral tapestry that matches the size of your living room. See the inspiration for the following living room carpet.