At Carpet To Go Area rugs can be made in several different ways. Depending on how your area rug is produced will determine longevity, style, and quality to some extent. Below is detailed several different ways that area rugs can be made and the implications of each production method.
Handmade area rugs generally are on the more pricey side of the spectrum. Even though handmade area rugs tend to be a bit more of an investment they are often entirely worth it as they can last many years.
Woven area rugs can be made in one of three different weaving styles; pile weave, flat weave, or hand-tufted. These area rugs are also handmade and can have a lengthy lifespan.
While you are selecting an area rug for your North Bend home you will want to consider various pattern schemes and decide what design style you wish to go for. If you are attempting to achieve a minimal aesthetic, you will want to go with an area rug that is neutral and has a minimalist pattern.
While there are countless different rug styles that draw design inspiration from around the globe, below are detailed just a few of the most popular styles. Each style has its own unique set of characteristics and color scheme which we have briefly outlined as well.
These rugs are produced by nomadic weavers from several different countries including Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, and Uzbekistan. Dominant features of Turkoman rugs include geometric patterns set in a red or red-brown background.
Some key characteristics of Caucasian rugs are geometric patterns including stripes, crosses, hexagons, etc., colorful pallets, and the positioning of similar shapes in varying sizes next to one another.