10 REASONS WHY YOU NEED A RUG


A house without a rug is like a body without its skeleton: missing something vital.

Rugs can be used to decorate a room, define spaces, or simply add warmth and comfort to your home. But rugs are also practical: they keep your floors warmer in winter and cooler in summer; they're easier on the feet than slippery hardwood or vinyl; they protect carpets from wear and tear, and they absorb sound better than bare floorboards—all of which make them great for any room in your house. We listed the reasons why you should get a rug!

 

1- Having rugs is a great way to add comfort to your home. Whether you are looking for a place for the kids to play or want something soft under your feet, rugs are an excellent option. The natural fibers of rugs are insulating and provide an extra layer of cushioning between bare feet and the floor. Rugs also create a soft surface on which to sit or lie, making them more comfortable than hardwood floors or cold marble tiles. They can be used in many different rooms, including bathrooms and kitchens, which helps prevent slips on cold floors.


2- Rugs come in many different shapes, sizes, materials, and colors, so they can fit into any decorating style or budget!


3- A rug adds insulation to your house by trapping the heat that rises from the floor and preventing it from escaping into the air. In the winter, you can stay warmer in your home without needing to turn up the thermostat as high. If you have a large area rug in front of your fireplace or woodstove, this effect will be even more pronounced.


4- If you have a rug, it will absorb sound. This is especially helpful if you have a room that receives a lot of foot traffic. The pressure from people walking over the rug can keep the noise level down in that room. A rug also helps to reduce noise in general because of how soft it is and how well it dampens sound waves/ This is especially true for wool rugs with long fibers that absorb moisture effectively (i.e., Persian rugs). The same properties that help prevent heat loss also make it difficult for noise pollution outside to enter through cracks in doors or windows—and vice versa!


5- Rugs are safer than slippery vinyl or hardwood floor. You don't have to worry about your kids slipping and falling on the floor or your pets running around the house and potentially hurting themselves from slipping on hard surfaces. Rugs also help protect your feet from getting hurt as well. Whether you're walking to get a glass of water in the middle of the night or just walking barefoot into the kitchen for a midnight snack, rugs will keep your feet warm
and safe even if they're not completely dry!


6- A rug is a great way to protect your floors and carpets. Rugs can be placed over existing flooring, or they can be used as the primary floor covering. Either way, rugs are an excellent way to protect your floors and carpets from spills and stains—they can also prevent wear and tear on hardwood or carpeted surfaces.


7- Rugs can cover up old floors and make them look new again. Whether your floor is old, damaged, or uneven, a rug can hide it all and give the illusion of a brand new space. Rugs also can add warmth to a room with their softness and color. If you have hardwood floors that look dull or dated, adding a rug can be just what they need!


8- If there's no clear delineation between two areas in a large open plan apartment where everything flows together without any walls separating rooms, then using rugs can help create different zones and separate the areas. For example, if you have an open plan kitchen/dining/living room area, then you could use a rug in front of the dining table to define this area as the dining space and not just part of the kitchen.


9- Rugs can also be used to define the space between rooms and furniture. For example, if you want to create a foyer but don't have enough room for a wall, a rug may be the best way to establish the space. You can also use rugs between two different types of furniture if you want to add some visual separation. For example, if your dining table is in the center of your kitchen but feels too close together, placing a runner down the middle will help define the two areas without having to build walls around each piece of furniture.


10- Rugs make it easy for you to add color and texture to your home, giving each room a unique look based on its style or theme. For example, if you have a contemporary-style living room with lots of white furniture, choose a tribal area rug made from thick wool that feels nice underfoot and brings color to your living room.

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