Red Area Rugs For Hardwood Floors
Red area rugs – The contrast between the hardwood floors and the lush color of an area rug will enchant your home. Unlike wall to wall carpets, loose carpets allow you to show your wooden floors while still enjoying the warm colorful fabrics to make your home. Carpets can be practical as well as aesthetically, so you can protect your floors and your feet at the same time.
One of the most common uses of area rugs is so key accents in decorating a room. An area rug that takes up about a third of the floor space of the room can be placed in the middle of the room, so ample room for hardwood to show, but still occupy enough space to balance the hard floor and the soft rug. Red area rugs are typically located in the middle of a living room under the coffee table. In a bedroom, they can be placed on either side of the bed, soothe the room and protect bare feet from cold floors on winter mornings.
Runners are long red area rugs that can be used on stairs or in the halls. Their purpose is aesthetic to provide a visual focus that defines the long and narrow space as well as practical, to protect the hardwood floor in an area that typically gets a lot of traffic. While the traffic then worn carpet instead on the floor, replacing a carpet is easier than lacquering a floor.