One of the most beautiful living rooms I have ever been in had a bright red, large, rectangular area rug in the middle of the golden oak floor. The red rug was stunning and simple, but brought energy to an otherwise nondescript room. Utilizing color on your living room floor will change the way your living room feels.
Always consider the light and space aspects while choosing your living room carpet. If your room is small, make sure you select a carpet that is light in color, hence giving the room a bigger look. Furthermore, if the living room does not have a lot of sunlight, choosing a light colored carpet will give it a cooler and calmer feel. If you live in a place that has cooler climate, choosing a dark colored carpet will make your room look warm and cozy.
If you are going to allow eating in the living room, place an area rug in the corner with a coffee shop table for two. Place an area rug underneath it so everyone will know that you can eat in that area only. This will space your sofa and the rest of the area rugs in the living room from becoming stained up.
Buying a carpet for your living room is not an easy task. You need to set a budget, decide on the color of the carpet (whether it matches the living room decor or is in contrast with the curtains and furniture), figure out if you want wall to wall carpet, and eventually decide on where to buy the carpet from. Choosing the right carpet for your room may be a tricky task. You need to keep in mind the aesthetic sense of your family as well as make sure the carpet you choose is durable enough to deal with people, moving furniture and pets, if you have any. Since living room is the place where you and your family spend most of the time, one tends to eat, drink and work in the room which results in the carpet getting more food and drink spills than any other place.
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