Monday, October 15, 2012

Do You Have Cold Floors? Think World Rugs

Winter will be here before we know it and to me, this means cold mornings and even colder floors.  To help solve this problem, I have been looking for some area rugs for our home.  This is how I found out about World Rugs.   World Rugs carries a vast assortment of floor rugs.  They have round rugs, runners, modern and even traditional styled rugs.  They also carry rugs made from wool, skins and natural material too.  


Shopping at World Rugs is quick, easy and affordable.  If you know the color of rug you wish to purchase, then you may choose your color on the home page of the World Rugs website.  Once you choose the rug color then you may select a rug shape, price range, size or construction material.  These steps will help you to choose the perfect rug for your home.  If you are looking for a designer or luxurious rug, they have those too at World Rugs.

We have carpet in our bedrooms and living room but our entry way is ceramic tile.  I think that this nice Aura Cream rectangle shaped rug from World Rugs would work nicely in our entry way.  It is inviting and will dress up the area.  I also love the earth tone contemporary colours and designs of this wonderful shaggy rug.

120 x 170 - Aura - Cream - Rectangle Shaped Rug picture borrowed from website.

 

 


World Rugs also carries a variety of retro/funky rugs.  These patterns would work well in our kitchen which is a tan and olive green paint combination and we have hard wood, dark stained cabinets.  Our floors in the kitchen are a dark wood laminate and they get chilly in the morning.  A rug like this below would be a definite welcome in there.  Not only would it make the floor more bearable but it would lighten the room and add some joy to the space.


60 x 230 - Fusion - Cream - Runner Shaped Rug picture taken from World Rugs website.

Be sure to check out World Rugs if you are in the market for a new rug for your home.          


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