Is your space missing a 6x9 jute rug? Does it need that little touch of inviting natural texture? We have just what you need.
Why A 6x9 Jute Rug?
Interior decorating professionals love using jute to add a natural texture to a room. It's particularly popular in moderate traffic areas where a thinner, more delicate rug might not do.
With jute area rugs in size 6x9, you can cover an ample space and make the room more appealing. At the same time, jute is perfect for grounding a room and neutralizing brighter colors from decor and furniture.
If you've been looking at jute rugs for long, you've probably envisioned ways that you could dress up your home with one of these beauties. Check out the ideas below for inspiration:
Two jute area rugs (6x9), one in the dining room and one in the living room, to tie the house's decor together.
A 6x9 rug with natural jute and colored stripes, to go with a room's existing color scheme while adding a grounding tan to the background.
A 6x9 sisal rug underneath a slightly smaller jute rug to add serious texture and depth to a room while softening sisal's natural roughness.
A Closer Look At Jute Rugs
One of the reasons why jute is such a popular rug material is its natural color. Not only do the fibers take to dyes easily, but they also have a beautiful tan hue that goes with almost everything.
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Rugs are your room's backdrop; they give it personality and set the mood. Who wouldn't want to add balance, dependability, and relaxation to their home?
Is A 6x9 Jute Rug Right For Me?
A 6x9 rug is the right size for a room that is 8x11 or larger, depending on how you want to use it. As long as your room is big enough to accommodate a jute rug of this size, you can guarantee it'll look nice with your decor.
A 6x9 rug can also be used in a 7x10 room, but keep in mind that it will be close to the walls and encompass the entire space.
The following tips will help you make sure you get the right rug for your home:
Think about thickness. If a door will swing over your rug, you'll need to measure how much space you have between the bottom of your door and the floor. This measurement is the maximum height for your rug to prevent catching or dragging.
Consider foot traffic. Jute is suitable for moderate traffic, but it cannot tolerate high traffic or excess dirt. It stains easily and will break down if you use a carpet shampooer or hard hand cleaner on it. Layer a more durable rug over the top if your rug will face high traffic.
Choosing The Perfect Jute Rug
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Don't forget to add a pad when you purchase your rug! Pads prevent sliding on the floor and make the rug more luxurious underfoot.
Ideas and Advice
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