Favorite Rug to Add Texture to a Farmhouse Style Room
February 3, 2019
In my opinion, one of the most important things to do when decorating a room is to create layers of texture. And, that is exactly what I was trying to do when I was shopping for an area rug for my guest room. I loved the rug so much, shortly after ordering for the guest room, I ordered a larger one for my living room.
I love these SNOWFLAKE PILLOW COVERS. I keep them up through the whole winter season, mixing them with a few other similar covers. I love the soft tones and the texture on the design.
What do I love about this rug?
The price point. I was able to get a 6×9 foot rug for under $200. (Price may change per Amazon seller discretion.)
The quality. One of the biggest issues that frustrates me with area rugs is when they don’t lay flat on edges. This rug lays beautifully. I have never had an issue w/ a corner raising up. (Obviously, when it first arrives after being in a rolled position, it may take a little time to release from that. My suggestion to help it release from a rolled edge upon unpacking it is to reverse roll it…unroll it and then reroll it up the other direction.)
The non-skid rubber backing. This was such a great selling feature for me. I try to avoid needing to get separate non-skid underlayment. I was really happy with the quality of this one.
The texture and choice of shades. I also like the finish of the edging.
I love how the texture works with the softness of the white bedding.
I like the trim around the edge of the rug. It gives it a finished and more updated look. It is also available with trim in different colors.
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I can’t wait to see how you use it in your home! As I said I was so happy with it, that I ordered a larger size for my living room. We have wood floors in our living room and a two-story fireplace. I love the texture it gives to a room, but the softness it exudes being such a light neutral tone.
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Hi! I'm Tara, half of the Growit Buildit duo. I am a frugal DIY enthusiast!! My professional background is in education and counseling, but have spent the last few years as a stay at home mom, which has given me the opportunity to explore my passions that have been put aside for so long.
I gravitate towards what I'd consider modern farmhouse style, with a little boho mixed in.
I have planned remodels for larger projects, like our kitchen, as well as many smaller DIY projects around our house. In addition, I create a lot of smaller craft projects.
I am currently a maker for a local retail boutique in our area called 6ix North.
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