2x3 washable rugs can be thrown into a washing machine at the first sign of dirt, or they're optimal for spot cleaning when the need arises.
Because of the materials used in washable rugs, they're often quite durable and perfect for areas of high use.
Whether your house gets cluttered because of children, pets, or houseguests, washable rugs are perfect for areas with high traffic. Because of their durability and easy cleaning, 2x3 machine washable rugs can withstand your lifestyle and still be gorgeous and functional.
Decorating with a Washable 2x3 Rug
Styling Tips Based on Rooms
Dining rooms are often larger spaces, but that doesn't always call for a large rug. If you have furniture like a hutch in your dining room, you can always place a smaller rug in front of it. If you have a small china cabinet where plates are on display, adding in a small rug in front of it can be a neat way to connect the patterns and colors of the fine China to the rest of the space.
Oftentimes you think of placing large rugs in a bedroom, but that's not the only way you can adorn your space! You can place a 2x3 washable rug right inside the bedroom door for a warm welcome. You can also place one right beside the bed so that your feet have a soft surface to touch down on every morning.
In a kitchen, an easy place to put a 2x3 machine washable rug is right in front of your kitchen sink. It's practical to add cushioning where you're going to be standing, and because it's washable, it will stand up to food and shoe prints. Another excellent spot for a 2x3 rug is in front of the oven, since that's yet another high traffic area.
Bathrooms are often smaller spaces, so a washable 2x3 rug is the perfect size for many bathrooms. If you have one sink in the bathroom, you can place your rug directly in front of it. However, if you have two sinks, you can always place one in front of each sink, as opposed to purchasing one long runner. A runner or two smaller rugs can suit the space well, but going with two 2x3 rugs is a great way of setting up two separate areas in the vanity to create a "his and hers' setup.
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