Find Stunning Area Rugs in Westchester County
An area rug can make a room more dynamic and add to the overall look and feel of your home. Area rugs are often looked at as works of art and you are sure to find something you love in our extensive range!
Rugs can be layered over carpet, add warmth to tile or add a bold and contrasting look to hardwood or laminate floors. At Redi-Cut Carpets, we offer area rugs that come in many different styles and designs, so no matter your taste or decor, we can help you find exactly what you want. Visit us today or call 914-699-9589.
How to Choose the Right Area Rug
There are a number of things to consider when choosing an area rug, including style, color, pattern, durability and maintenance needs.
Area Rug Styles
When deciding on an area rug for your home or business, you’ll want to first consider which style of rug you’d like to go for. Looking at your existing decor, you can add an element of tradition to an otherwise modern room or add a splash of contemporary art to a classical interior. That’s the greatest thing about area rugs; they don’t need to match everything in a room. However, they should work with the tones and textures of the existing surroundings and furnishings.
The basic area rugs styles include traditional-style rugs, transitional area rugs and contemporary/modern rugs. Traditional area rugs include classic Persian and Oriental carpets, which have rich colors and intricate designs. Transitional rugs fall between traditional and contemporary design with muted color palettes and more open choices. Finally, contemporary and modern rugs are bold and tend to have patterns like trellis and abstract or graphic prints.
Choosing Your Area Rug Color and Pattern
Whether or not you already have furniture will help you decide on which color to go with. If you already have furnishings then you’ll want to think about how different colors will work (or not work) with what’s already in the room. If you’re starting a room from scratch, think about how the rug will work with the flooring and walls. Then you can use your rug of choice to guide what else you’ll incorporate into the decor.
Some people like loud patterns, while others do not. If your furnishings are a solid color, then a patterned rug will really look fantastic. Traditional oriental rugs are known for their warmth and intricate designs, including vines, flowers and scrollwork. Persian rugs (which are a type of oriental rug that are only made in Iran) feature a border to emphasize the main pattern. The border motif is the signature of all Persian rugs.
The world of rugs is a lot more complex, ancient and intricate than most people know. While many people simply opt for mass-produced rugs, the quality will never match a handmade rug from a weaver with expertise and skill. Thus, oriental handmade area rugs have a reputation to be extremely durable and beautiful, lasting for decades.
How to Care for Area Rugs
To ensure your rug lasts for years, it’s important to employ proper care methods.
- Rotating your rug regularly: this will ensure that one part doesn’t receive excessive wear more than other areas, maintaining the appearance and value of the rug.
- Block from sunlight (if possible): this will prevent fading – you can also apply UV blocking window treatments to your windows.
- Vacuum: keep it clean and prevent the natural fibers from being packed down.
- Spot clean: when it comes to stains, you’ll want to blot spills with a dry cloth. Do not use any cleaners on your rug before consulting a professional.
Browse Top-Quality Rug Brands
At Redi-Cut Carpets & Window Treatments, you find a vast selection of area rugs to complement your home or office. Starting browsing some of the top-quality rug brands we offer at our location in Westchester County.
If you have any questions or would like help deciding on which rug is right for your room, contact Redi-Cut Carpets today!
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