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A pink kid’s rug is an excellent way to set a soft, innocent backdrop for a children’s room or playroom. It’ll make the space more fun, inviting, and whimsical without any extra work!
Interior decorators use rugs to set the tone for a room—the color and pattern have a dramatic impact on the accents, furniture, and overall energy of a space. A pink kids rug can transform a dull white room into something bright and joyful, and you don't have to do anything other than put it in place.
For kiddos who don't want bright pink, you can opt for a muted pink or red kids rug instead. A red kids rug will bring intensity to the room and might come with a sports theme to keep up the vibe.
The following ideas are just some of the many ways an interior decorator might use a red or pink kids rug:
With several designs and patterns to choose from, you'll find a pink kids rug that pleases your little one, and the possibilities are endless.
Interior decorators love using pink rugs in children’s rooms because of how much the color brightens and enhances the space. In Feng Shui and color psychology, pink is associated with:
With so many positive associations, it’s hard to argue with a pink kids rug. You can encourage your little ones to play, love, and go to bed, all with one change!
If your little one loves the color pink, you can't go wrong with one of these fantastic rugs. All that's left is ironing out the details. We've included some tips below to help:
Thickness: If a door will swing over your new kids rug, you’ll want to measure how high it is from the floor. This is the maximum rug thickness for the room. Anything thicker will cause catching and potentially create a tripping hazard.
Material: Children are messy, as all parents know, so you’ll want a material that’s easy to clean. While most kids rugs are made in synthetic material for this very reason, research what each rug is made from to be sure you’re up to caring for it.
Size: Picking the wrong size rug creates a disconnect in a space--especially in a children’s room. Use the guide below to find the right size for rectangular and oval rugs (add 1 foot to the smallest measurement for round rugs):
Use your thickness, material, and size preferences to refine your search and select multiple rugs that you like. Then, give your little one the final say to make sure the rug is a hit! If you let them choose from the rugs you selected already, you’re sure to love what they choose.
Don't forget a quality pad to keep the rug from sliding, and to give your kiddo some extra cushion!
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