La Vergne Duclos Shag Rugs March 31, 2018 19:01:15
These are available in a variety of materials ranging from acrylic nylon cotton rayon wool yarn blends and a cotton base to keep it from slipping or a same sized rug pad can be used to keep your rug clean and anti slip. With changing lifestyles and fast paced life everyone looks for low maintenance carpets and rugs so shag rugs win hands down. Easy to clean and can be added in any decor makes then a very viable option when looking to redecorate any room. Available in innovative colors sizes and designs they fit into any decor and size of the room.
Finally shag rugs have branched out into a new material: leather. At first the thought of leather rugs can be startling but theyre ideal for a bachelors masculine abode or for an executive suite. Made of natural leather suede or a combination of the two these shags boast thick ruffled strands that result in a sturdy dense surface that holds its shape against all comers. Most leather shags come in the same dark colors typical of leather furniture: black brown tan chocolate and sometimes white or red.
Typically shag rugs can be made from cotton acrylic polypropylene and nylon and are available in a host of colors to suit every taste and need. These rugs all have a similarity in appearance in the sense that their texture and appearance consist of strands of knotted material. These are either short or long in appearance or a combination of both.
The color and texture of the rugs you select for a room play a large role in setting the mood in the room. There are an amazing number of rug sizes patterns and textures to choose from. In fact the choices may seem overwhelming. The selection process can be somewhat simplified by narrowing your search to one specific rug type. A shag rug is an excellent texture of rug to choose from. You can find a shag style that will enhance the appearance of every room in your home.
A genuine shag is made with long pile strands or with a mixture of long medium and short pile attached to backing. These variable-length strands give shag its distinctive cloudlike look and feel. Such a three-dimensional character brings texture and interest to smooth surfaces like hardwood and tile floors in an instant.
Now as the title may suggest there are in fact different kinds of shag rug. To start off well have a brief look at the Flokati - a rug that used to be worn as clothing by both warriors and travelers in ancient Greece. Today this popular rug made from 100% pure wool is sought after by rug connoisseurs who prefer something almost as soft as a cloud beneath their feet.