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The carpet of the lines refers to the number of one foot knot.
The higher the lines, the greater the density, texture is approximately flexible.
The carpet of pile height refers to the height from base to ends.
STEP 1: START WITH A FLOOR PLAN
WHAT'S YOUR ARRANGEMENT?
Choose a layout and measure for your rug based on the guidelines below.
Classic LayoutIf your sofa and chairs are up against the wall, your rug should be large enough to fit under the front legs of all pieces.
Floating LayoutIf your sofa and chairs float in the middle of the room, your rug should be large enough to fit under all four legs of each piece of furniture.
Dining LayoutFor dining rooms, measure the length and width of your dining table and add 4 feet overall. Most dining room tables require a rug that's at least 8 feet wide.
STEP 2: MAKE THE MATERIAL WORK FOR YOU
Is it High-traffic entryway or low-traffic dining room?
Hallways with high foot traffic need durable flooring, while bedrooms and dining room rugs are less susceptible to heavy wear.
DHURRIES + KILIMS
Dhurries and Kilims are flat-woven wool and cotton rugs that are usually reversible. Known for their bright colors and graphic patterns, they tend to be durable and easy to clean.
Natural rugs are woven from fibers extracted from plants, including sisal, jute, seagrass and hemp. Because of their durability, affordable
Tufting, a technique that involves inserting yarn through a woven base to create a pile, is a common way to achieve precise patterns. The pile can be looped or cut, creating subtle texture in different combinations.
STEP 3: PICK YOUR PATTERN
WHAT COLOR IS YOUR FURNITURE?
If your sofa's got a lot going on, try a solid color or neutral rug to bring things down to earth—or vice versa.
VERSATILE NEUTRALSA neutral rug forms a solid foundation when you want to layer on rich textures, patterns or colors. Think of it as the canvas for the rest of your room.
SOLID COLORSA monochromatic rug complements patterned furniture by grounding it in a primary palette. In a living room, try matching the rug to the secondary color in a patterned sofa.
TUFTEDTufting, a technique that involves inserting yarn through a woven base to create a pile, is a common way to achieve precise patterns. The pile can be looped or cut, creating subtle texture in different combinations.
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