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Braided rugs have a rich history stretching back to early Colonial America, when these rugs were crafted by hand from scraps of colorful fabric. Today, braided rugs complement a range of styles. So whether your look leans towards classic Americana, primitive country, modern farmhouse, or simply casual, bring a braided rug home and enjoy its rustic charm.
About Braided Rugs Braided rugs were common in early Colonial American homes, where they added warmth and beauty to wooden floors. These thrifty rugs were one of the earliest examples of “upcycling” — by using up leftover bits of fabric from old clothing and textiles and reworking them into thick, colorful rugs, these scraps were saved from the waste bin and transformed into something both beautiful and practical.
Braided rugs today are casual, cozy and come in a wide range of shapes and hues. These durable rugs are well-suited to busy households and high-traffic zones like the kitchen. And thanks to their unique braided construction, most braided area rugs are reversible.
Shapes of braided rugs and how to use them:
Common materials of braided rugs:
Where to use braided area rugs:
Braided Rugs: Past and PresentBraided rugs have been warming toes by fireplaces and woodstoves for hundreds of years. In the early days of Colonial America along the eastern seaboard, braided rugs graced the floors of many homes. Although they were made from fabric scraps, they also provided a creative outlet to the colonists, who intentionally crafted these colorful designs to add beauty to their homes.
Throughout the long history of the braided rug, there have always been those who value their simple, unfussy charm. And today, with the steady rise in popularity of the DIY and simplicity movements, there is certainly room in our homes for classic braided rugs.
Styling and Care Tips for Braided RugsBraided rugs are durable and low-maintenance, making them perfect for busy homes and high-traffic areas. That said, to help your rug look good and avoid damage, it helps to follow these guidelines:
Decor styles that best complement braided rugs:
Ways to work your braided area rug:
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