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Imagine curling your toes into a pink shag rug every morning. It’s the sensation of walking on rose petals, captured in a rug. The best part? You can have it in any room in your house.
Shag rugs made a comeback in the last decade or so, shaking off the 70s décor style and adopting something much more luxurious. Today, you might see a blush pink shag rug in a shabby chic home or a red shag rug in a rustic home.
The texture defines a shag rug. These rugs have:
Interior decorators are fond of using shag rugs to add texture to a room. For example, if a living room feels boring despite well-planned décor and tasteful colors, you might add a red shag rug to the sitting area. The rug becomes the focus of the room and draws people in the relax and converse.
Likewise, you might use a fuchsia pink shag rug in a bedroom, under the bed, to transform your décor from cold to cozy. In doing so, you also make the floor warmer to put your feet every morning and add a pop of color.
Pink and red shag rugs are popular not just for their texture, but their color. Both colors seem to beg for soft decorating styles, but they can also function well in more clean and sharp environments.
In Feng Shui and color psychology, red is associated with:
As if that weren’t enough, pink is associated with:
Who doesn’t want to bring joy, femininity, warmth, luxury, and comfort into their homes? Hot pink would a great choice for a kid’s playroom or funky music nook. Even if you opt for something more earthy and less feminine, like a red and gold shag rug, you’re still adding this warmth to your space.
Look at your existing decor to determine if a pink or red shag rug will fit in your home. Make sure to choose a hue for your shag rug that doesn’t clash with the colors that you already have.
Past that, the most crucial part of making sure you pick the rug that’s right for you is size. The following chart will help:
Choosing The Perfect Pink Or Red Shag Rug
Once you’ve decided on the right size and color for your rug, use the filters to refine your search. Remember to add a pad to the back when you place your order for added comfort and so your new rug doesn’t slide on your floor.
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