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While shag rugs come in all sorts of colors and patterns, there's something to be said for the grey shag rug.
That playful shag texture does so much on its own that grey is a perfect complement. If you want the fun softness of shag but are worried about disrupting a more streamlined or modern look, grey is the way to go.
The History Of Shag
For much of the 80s and 90s, 'shag rug' was synonymous with 70s style. But thankfully, shag rugs have been enjoying a return to popular style for at least the last couple decades. And it's no wonder'their delicious coziness is perfect for so many rooms and styles.
Shag rugs are actually far more timeless than you might believe. Originally called Flokati rugs from the Latin floccus, meaning 'tuft of wool,' the style was seen as a mark of luxury and opulence in Ancient Greece.
Since then, what we now know as shag rugs have evolved into all sorts of colors, shapes, styles, and textures.
Shades Of Grey
Grey skies have given the color grey a bad rap. Unlike the weather, home d?cor is full of sleek, stylish, modern, funky, and even fun greys. In fact, it's best to think of 'grey' as a complex spectrum of colors. Before finding the wonderfully soft grey shag rug of your dreams, consider what kind of grey you might be looking for.
'Achromatic' refers to greys that are truly hue-less'meaning they're made up of black and white, and absolutely no other color. This is what most folks think of when they think of 'grey.' Gainsboro (a very light grey), Spanish Grey, and Jet (a very dark grey) are all achromatic shades of grey.
Cool greys are greys that have hints of blue, green, indigo, or purple, and may inspire images of sleek metropolises, stormy seas, or chilly evening landscapes. These oceanic greys flatter and ground aquatic tones.
Warm greys are greys that have hints of pink, red, gold, or brown, and spark dreams of deserts, beaches, and aspens in autumn. These woody greys add gorgeous warmth to neutral color schemes.
If you aren't sure which grey is best for your space, simply start by considering light versus dark greys. A light grey shaggy rug is dreamy and ethereal, while a dark grey shag rug is moody and grounded.
With so many beautiful grey shag rugs to choose from, you'll also want to consider texture, pattern, and size.
A Quick Note On Shag Rug Care
Before you commit to a shag rug, it's important to consider the upkeep they require. Shag rugs are a bit higher maintenance than your average rug, so be ready to give them a little extra TLC.
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