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Ever dreamed of having a garden inside your home? Floral rugs are the (very practical) answer!
All About Floral RugsThe history of floral rug designs varies upon world region, time period, and actual floral designs that were popular at the time. Characteristics of Egyptian design was a simple repetition of a particular pattern. A typical design consisted of a single flower with a single bud or leaf on either side, repeated. Greek and Roman times brought crowns, garlands, baskets, and cornucopias into the picture. During the Byzantine era, floral designs became highly stylized and used neighboring hues from the color wheel for a more dynamic look. The Renaissance period saw a continuance of some of the characteristics of Greek and Roman styles, natural designs that became more ornate during the later Renaissance. All of these styles and more culminate in the floral styles of today that we see on floor rugs, as well as many other home furnishings.
Materials MatterRugs with a floral pattern are generally machine-made, hand-tufted, or loop-hooked from synthetics, wool, polyester, or viscose to ensure a long life of wear and tear in your space. The pile height of the majority of our floral rugs is between 3/8-inch and 1/2-inch.
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Color And PatternIt can be difficult to talk about florals as a single category because, like flowers themselves, each pattern has its own style and personality. Floral rugs are available in a spectrum of colors and variety of styles, so you can choose from a myriad of shapes and sizes to find the perfect option for your own needs. The majority of our selection of floral rugs lie within the blue, tan, and black and grey range with plenty of other natural-hued options available as well. Our floral rug shapes are mainly rectangular and round with some others also available.
Caring For And Cleaning Your Floral Area Rug
Finding Your Perfect Floral Area Rug
Floral rugs are available in a variety of styles, shapes, color options, and sizes, so you may want to use some filters while searching out the best fit. If you're at a loss, here are some shortcuts to get started: