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When defining an area - a conversational grouping. for instance - there should be no more than two feet of empty rug extending out from behind the furniture. A rug used in this fashion will unify the items placed around it if the rug is large enough to accommodate at least the front legs of each piece of furniture.
Thoughts on Choosing Blue Area Rugs. Before you start your journey of looking for a blue area rug you should take the time to explore all the ways that an area rug can benefit the spaces that you wish to enhance with them. First you need to decide whether the rug is being used for practical reasons or purely aesthetic ones. This makes a very important difference in the style and design of rug that you chose. One of the most popular methods of using an area rug. especially blue area rugs is as a centerpiece placed near the entrance of a room or in the case of a larger room and larger rug. in the center of the room as a focal anchor.
Blue area rugs are also great for the purpose of anchoring the rooms furnishings. Small low tables and settees are great items to place on top of blue rugs. Glass. metallic and lighter woods are best for the furniture as dark and heavy items have a tendency to "fall into" the rug rather than "float above" it. Blue area rugs have a tendency to take over the look of the room so make sure that you are not hiding their powerful appearance but rather make them the backdrop onto which you place the rest of the rooms items like islands on a fabric ocean.
If you are going to place a large rug in the bedroom. it need not be centered but the same amount of floor should be visible on two or three sides of it. In the dining room. the rug should extend eighteen inches to twenty-four inches beyond the table. An eight- by ten-foot rug will work in most living rooms and dining rooms. A six- by four-foot or a six- by nine-foot rug will be fine if it is for a small area. such as under a coffee table. in which case. the entire coffee table should be on it and all other furniture set back from it at an equal distance.