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When used correctly in interior décor, the vintage round rug is one of the most striking accent pieces you can purchase for a home. And with hundreds of options, you won’t have to compromise your taste to find the right one.
Decorators love using vintage rugs in homes because these beautiful pieces come in an array of colors and designs. There’s something for every home, no matter what colors and styles it's decorated with. And with vintage round area rugs, these classic patterns become stylish medallions that have the power to change a room.
Below, we’ve included some decorating ideas based on how a professional might use a vintage round rug in a home:
Round rugs are typically paired with other circular elements in a room, which is what you'll see in most cases that these beauties are used. Around the globe, you'll find vintage round rugs under round dining tables, by curved walls, and paired with round lighting structures.
Interior decorators also use round rugs to make a room feel larger. Placing a round rug in the center of a room with limited space creates the illusion of a more open floor, thus making the limited space harder to notice.
If you love the vintage look and have an area that you want to use a round rug in, you’ve found the perfect option for your home’s décor! All you need to do now is decide on details such as:
Use the search filters to narrow the results by color, size, and material. Then select your favorite rugs to compare later. As you compare, think about how each rug would look in your space to make the best choice for your home.
Remember to buy a rug pad so you can prevent sliding and add an extra layer of cushioning to your space.
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