Did you know that a round grey rug can be used in almost any decor style? That's right, no matter how many times your tastes change, your rug won't have to.
Why A Round Grey Rug?
It's rare to find a rug that's as versatile as a round grey rug. Round is a playful shape that fits in almost any space, and grey is a neutral color that never clashes with your decor.
Whether you prefer a grey round braided rug for a more chic look or even something darker, closer to a black round rug, it will fit in perfectly. Below you'll find the rooms that these rugs work best in:
In short, they work in any place that needs a rug. Rooms with existing round elements'like a rounded breakfast nook or a chandelier'should be your first choice. Interior designers pair round rugs with circular shapes to create congruency and space.
The round shape is associated with:
A Closer Look At Round Grey Rugs
Round grey rugs have been popular around the world for hundreds of years. Grey isn't just a simple color; it's rich with meaning, which is part of why so many people have these rugs in their homes.
In color psychology and Feng Shui, grey is associated with:
When you place a round grey rug in your house, you'll cool and calm the space. Assuming you have plenty of decor and personality in the room already, you'll also tie the design together and ground it.
Grey is also a favorite of interior decorators to make a home feel inviting. If you look at decor based on the hygge trend, you'll find lots of designs where a grey or mixed black round rug would fit perfectly.
If you're not familiar with the term hygge, it is 'a quality of coziness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being (regarded as a defining characteristic of Danish culture).'
Is A Round Grey Rug Right For Me?
Since a round grey rug will work in any decor setting, you can feel confident in your purchase. It's a great choice, and it's hard to go wrong with any design you choose.
Rugs are significant decisions, and they're often the most expensive piece of decor in a home. Novice designers should stick with safe options that won't throw off the entire house if it doesn't work. This allows them to focus on the right specifications. We've listed some tips below to help.
Room: 5' x 7' ' Round Rug: 3'-4'
Room: 7' x 10' ' Round Rug: 5'-6'
Room: 10' x 12' ' Round Rug: 8'-9'
Room: 11' x 14' ' Round Rug: 9'-10'
Room: 14' x 17' ' Round Rug: 12'-13'
Consider your lifestyle and the ease of cleaning. For example, households with pets or children might want to avoid more delicate materials like silk and shag rugs and stick to easy to care for materials like polypropylene.
Think about how high traffic the area is. The more traffic, the more durability you'll need.
If any doors will swing over the rug, measure how high they are from the floor. This is the maximum thickness for your rug to prevent catching.
Again, consider how high traffic the area is. Low traffic areas are suitable for thicker rugs.
Choosing The Perfect Round Grey Rug
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Remember to be sure about your size; picking a rug that's too small or too large can make a room feel awkward.
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