If you want a fantastic green striped rug for your decor, you have great taste! And with so many options, we have something for everyone's home.
Stripes are a popular pattern in interior decorating because they can change how large things appear to be. Whatever direction the lines run will appear to be slightly bigger, which means that a green striped area rug could make your room look longer or wider. Pick according to which dimension you'd like to change the appearance of.
For those who don't know quite what they want to do yet, we've included some of our favorite designs for inspiration:
A green and pink striped rug is a bright, fun option that would work well in the kitchen, dining room, or bedroom. This color combo is popular in chic and contemporary decor, among other styles, and it's also great for children's rooms.
A green and brown striped rug has an earthier character than most other options. It'd be perfect for a lodge or country home, or any area that needs a bit of grounded color without losing aesthetic appeal.
A green striped runner rug can make hallways, kitchens, and other narrow spaces feel either longer or wider. Wider is the more popular option, but both have their uses. Look for a durable material if you plan to place the runner in an entryway, kitchen, or anywhere that sees regular dirt and moisture.
A Closer Look At The Green Striped Area Rug
Did you know that interior decorators often use color psychology to change how a room makes you feel? And many also use Feng Shui for guidance and additional associations. This is one of the tactics that make professional designs seem so polished.
If you'd like to apply this in your home, start by examining the Feng Shui and color psychology associations for green below:
Is A Green Striped Rug Right For Me?
If you're still not sure that you're making the right decision, make a list of what you're looking for in a rug to guide you. We've included some points to get you started below:
Color: Green is a versatile color, but the best way to make sure it'll go well in your home is with a color palette tool. Choose from light or dark green, olive to lime. If it clashes with your existing decor, pick a different color.
Size: Measure your area carefully and subtract 2 feet from the width and length. This is the maximum size rug runner you can use in the space.
Material: Research which materials work well for the levels of traffic and soil your home experiences. This will help you select a rug that you can keep clean for years to come.
Choosing The Perfect Green Striped Rug
Enter your preferences in the filters and then look for your top green striped rug options. Compare your favorites according to their specifications to pick the perfect one. And remember to buy a rug pad to prevent sliding!
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