Our gorgeous red and tan area rugs are available in such a wide array of styles that there's something for every home. Whether you want your home to be subtle, bold, or somewhere in between, we have you covered.
Why a Red and Tan Rug?
Rug makers and interior decorators alike love versatile color combinations that can go with homes around the world. Our red and tan area rugs sport one of the most common color combinations throughout rug history, and they're so lovely that you won't want to stop at just one. The best part? They're easy to incorporate into your decor.
The ideas below might help you visualize how you'd like to use a red and tan rug in your home's decor. Each one demonstrates a way that a professional decorator might use one of these pieces in their projects:
You can use red and tan braided rugs to create a classic warmth into any room of your home. Many braided area rugs offer excellent durability, which makes them easy to keep clean in your entryway, kitchen, and other high traffic zones.
Red and tan outdoor rugs look beautiful on patios, decks, and other outdoor sitting areas. They add warm color and soft texture that makes the space more inviting. What better way to relax outside than with a soft rug underfoot?
You can use red, tan, and brown rugs to add darker colors to your decor. Brown is a dark earthy neutral color, and red is a warm color that can make your space feel more intense. Tan lightens the combination, allowing the combo to fit in almost anywhere in your home.
A Closer Look at Red and Tan Area Rugs
Interior decorators make choices based on the overall feel of each home, room, and area. Rugs are an excellent way to control the background personality of a space, and you can select colors that change how the entire room feels.
For example, in Feng Shui and color psychology, red is associated with power, love, creativity, desire, joy and luxury. Likewise, brown and tan are associated with warmth, vitality, relaxation and romance making for a great match.
Is a Red and Tan Rug Right for Me?
If you're ready to buy your new red and tan rug, you'll want to check your home's color palette to ensure it's a good fit. And you'll also need to know what size you need. The tips below might help:
Color: Most novice decorators make choices on intuition, but the pros use color wheels and palettes to make the best decisions. An app can simplify the process.
Size: Keep between 12 or 24 inches between the edges of your rugs and your walls so that your space doesn't look cramped. And measure the area you want your rug to cover carefully.
Choosing the Perfect Red and Tan Area Rugs
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