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Decorating with primitive braided rugs (also known as tribal braided rugs) is simple for novices and experts alike. These timeless beauties are as versatile as they are durable.
One of the best parts about these primitive braided rugs is how easy they are to keep clean. The braided construction makes them more resistant to ground-in dirt and soil than other carpets. Many families use braided rugs in their entryways, kitchens, and living rooms to protect the floor from moderate to high traffic.
Interior decorators like these tribal braided rugs because of their designs, which are inspired by some of the earliest rug makers in history. Take a look at the ideas below, each of which represents one of many ways to use these rugs in a home, if you need some inspiration:
With thick, concentric braids wrapping in on each other, a tribal braided rug is an excellent way to add texture and visual appeal to any room. Many primitive braided rugs have multi-colored stripes and accents that create contrast and depth through these earthy designs. They look excellent under coffee tables, in hallways, beneath furniture, and in open spaces.
Your new braided rug will need to be vacuumed regularly without a beater bar, and all spills should be blotted with a clean sponge or cloth immediately. This will keep your purchase looking fantastic for years to come, no matter how much your household changes.
If you love how primitive braided rugs look in homes, there’s no reason not to treat yourself to one of these accent pieces. They’re durable enough for most situations and add a hearty dose of texture to any décor.
Before you make your purchase, ask yourself questions like those below to decide on the details:
Enter any preferences in the filters to refine your search and then start comparing rugs. Look at your favorites and imagine how each would look in your space to help you pick the one you’ll love. And remember to buy a rug pad to prevent sliding!
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