If you want to upgrade your décor with a green square rug, you’ve come to the right place. We have excellent options for every home.
Square rugs are used in homes around the world to accentuate square interior elements. From a square seating arrangement in the den to a square dining table or bedroom, adding a square rug can make your area seem more spacious. And if you’re looking for a square green area rug, you’ll find options in all different shades, tones, and designs.
Below, we’ve highlighted some of our favorite looks. If you still need inspiration for your design project, we hope you’ll find them useful:
A 5x5 green rug would work well in small spaces with square elements. For example, a studio apartment with a squared kitchen space or a larger square laundry room would both be excellent candidates. The room would need to be at least 7x7 to accommodate this size.
An 8x8 green area rug would be a good option for a square office that’s at least 10x10. This rug would also work well under a small square dining table, but it would need to accommodate all chairs while occupied.
A forest or emerald green square rug could work well to add a splash of color to a dreary entryway or spare bedroom. As long as it's paired with square shapes, a rug like this would bring a fresh, vibrant energy to the room and make it more inviting.
A Closer Look At The Green Square Rug
Did you know that interior decorators enjoy using color psychology and even Feng Shui to make their decisions? For example, green is associated with:
By looking at color psychology associations and Feng Shui, if you're interested in esoteric uses, you can make sure your décor has the intended effect.
Is A Green Square Area Rug Right For Me?
If you have a square room or interior element you’re pairing a square rug with, you can’t go wrong. Just double-check the specifications you’re looking for and make a list before you start shopping. We’ve included points below for those who’d like help:
Color: Make sure green matches your décor and identify which greens will work with what you have--light, dark or something in between. You might also list colors you could use in addition to green, as well as colors you’d like to avoid.
Size: Measure your space and subtract 2 feet from the length and width to identify maximum rug dimensions. Then measure the rug size you choose in your space to confirm that it will work.
Material: Research different rug materials to pick one that you can keep clean in the space you’ll use it. Cotton and synthetic options are versatile enough for most homes.
Choosing The Perfect Green Square Rug
Use the filters to narrow the search results if needed and then compare your top picks. And consider buying a pad to keep your rug in place and prolong its life.
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