How a Teal Geometric Rug can Highlight your Room Decor
A teal geometric rug can be the perfect accent to your home decor by either complimenting an existing color scheme or serving as a unique pop of color. Plus, the shapes and pattern of your geometric rug can connect to other shapes and designs of your wall art, pillows, curtains, and other accessories.
Decorating with a Teal Geometric Rug
Teal geometric area rugs are available in all sorts of different designs and patterns that can fit into different interior design styles. You’ll find some geometric rugs stick with firm, rigid patterns while others are more contemporary and artistic in design. Each design strikes their own tone, and different patterns meld well with certain interior design styles. No matter what style you fall into or what tone you want to strike, you can find a teal geometric rug that fits your needs.
Choosing which Teal Geometric Rug is Right for You
There are so many options out there for teal geometric rugs that you may not know how to begin your search. Well, if you work out the logistics of a few areas, you’ll find it easier to hone in on the rug that’s perfect for you.
Position: First, you should determine where you plan on positioning your rug. There’s no one way to do it, but there are some guidelines to get you started.
Living Room: In the living room, rugs are often centered with the main furniture. Sometimes the rug is completely under the furniture, but in smaller living rooms, it’s often under the front two legs of the seats or completely in front of them.
Dining Room: The most standard way to decorate with a dining room rug is to center it beneath the table so that it is even on both sides of the table and the chairs can rest comfortably on it whether they're pushed in or pulled out.
Bedroom: Your teal geometric rug can be centered with the bed and rest either all the way under the bed or under the bottom ? of it. If your bed is to one side of the bedroom, you can still center the rug in the middle of the room itself, or use a rug elsewhere to establish a sitting corner.
Kitchen: A 2x3 or 3x5 teal geometric rug can go well in front of a sink, or you can use a teal geometric runner in a galley kitchen or by a kitchen island.
Bathrooms: Bathrooms also benefit from 2x3 rugs or small rugs by sinks, but runners are also great for narrow spaces or double vanities.
Outdoors: Finally, teal geometric area rugs are available as outdoor rugs so that you can carry your style and color scheme outside. Follow the guidelines for similar indoor spaces for placement ideas.
Shape: The shapes on the rug’s pattern aren’t the only way to be creative with the rug; you can also purchase a teal geometric rug in other shapes like oval, square, octagonal, and other shapes. The shape of the rug can determine how well it works in a specific floor plan or just serve as a unique design element in any room.
Pattern: Teal geometric rugs come in all sorts of patterns. Some are large, sprawling shapes while others are intricate and detailed. Other designs may be entirely symmetrical while others are more abstract and artistic. The best way to narrow down your pattern search is to think about what other shapes and lines you have in your other decor and find a pattern that compliments those figures.
Color: Finally, you need to consider what the shade of teal is and how it strikes the proper tone. Plus, there will likely be other colors in the rug’s design, so you can choose those based on your other decor, the interior design style you’re creating, and/or the overall tone of the rug.
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