Lorraina Quere Shag Rugs March 30, 2018 22:14:36
Still there are some people out there who only consider shag rugs as a nostalgic novelty and thats fine. But for those who are a bit adventuresome in their home decorating details shag rugs make for great pop out design elements for any home. As area rugs that lay underneath coffee tables or beds these specialty rugs add a touch of texture and style that highlight key furniture pieces within the home. If you have a monochromatic color scheme in a particular room like your living room for instance adding a large shag rug in the center of the room in a bold color such as red or purple will bring your attention to the center. Unless youre not looking to go for such a bold look cream colors and grays will work just as well.
Shag rugs are also popular in bathrooms where they can add some character in a room that is often void of much in the way of texture. Shag rugs also feel great on the feet when stepping out of the shower because they are so thick and comfortable. Many shag carpets for the bathroom are made from brushed fibers making them even more comfortable.
If you are looking to buy a shag rugs its best to look online for a wide variety and choice in shag rugs. Remember to buy from reputed company as color fastness and quality is important to get the best for your home.
The sophisticated appearance of a leather shag rug makes it an ideal choice for a modern style room. These rugs are durable and stain resistant. They are a good choice for an area rug or an accent rug. Because they hold up well in high traffic areas they also make a good choice for a hallway or entry way runner. The color and texture of leather shags also makes them a good choice for any room with earth tone colors and a nature themed decor.
Next on the list we have Love Fur. Quite simply imagine a rug made out of faux fur and youd be close. This rug is made out of acrylic which when it comes to money means that its much more affordable in comparison to other types of rugs.
Shag rugs first came to popularity in the late 1960s and early 1970s as an expression of the Pop Art movement. They began to lose their appeal as the movement waned and for a while shag rugs simply fell out of favor. However new manufacturing techniques to say nothing of a wide range of styles and colors have lifted shags from the scrap heap of decorating history.