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Rug up your home décor!

Whenever you buy cotton rugs, opt for geometric patterns and small-sized rugs

Rug up your home décor!

Rugs have the ability to brighten up the room or any part of the house for that matter. Practically speaking, rugs can warm up a room, filter out air pollutants and reduce noise as well.

When it comes to home décor, rugs can make dull floors look nice without much effort. If you want to save yourself from the hassles of having a gigantic carpet, rugs are a go-to for you.

Look out at these different types of rugs that you can buy according to the aesthetics of your home:

Cotton rug

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Cotton rugs give a sleek look to the room. Keep it at the entrance of the home, kitchen, or bathroom and you will get that relaxing feeling in your feet when you step on it.

Whenever you buy cotton rugs, opt for geometric patterns and small-sized rugs. Buy machine wash material fabric as these rugs require regular washing.

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Woolen rug

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Wool is a durable fiber and its rugs provide warmth to the legs in winters. Also, woolen rugs won’t require cleaning much often. Also, they tend to last for a longer time and are cost-effective.

Synthetic rug

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These are the most commonly used rugs and can resist stains and wear and tear for a longer period. They are available in both low and high price ranges.

Natural fiber rug

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Natural fiber rugs bring an organic look and neutral texture to the home décor, but these rugs are meant for houses with vintage aesthetics as they can add to the beauty of some homes.

Jute and bamboo rug

Jute and bamboo rugs can give a coastal vibe to your home's décor, but be careful with these rugs as stains on such rugs can be difficult to get rid of.

If you are thinking of placing these rugs in outdoor spaces, check if jute and bamboo can handle the outdoor exposure or not.

Faux fur rug

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Faux fur is a type of fabric that looks like real animal fur. They are made of acrylic and synthetic materials and are majorly meant for those who want the luxury of fur but do not want to harm animals. The disadvantage of this rug is that it is not easy to clean and can shred fur too.

Whenever you buy new rugs for your home, you can play with colours and patterns as long as they go with your desired aesthetics and you’ll see how just a simple piece of cloth can amp up the look of your home.