Ivona Gita. Rugs. November 23rd , 2017.
Natural fibers have been in use since ages, in the oriental world; but the West was banking more on synthetic substitutes. Now, with globalization, and the increase in trade, commerce, and tourism, the idea of using vegetable materials like vegetable fibers have topped the list of home decor, not only for furniture, but also for rugs and mats. Today we are spoiled for choices with an array of fabrics to pick from, like, jute, cotton, sisal, wool, seagrass; and we are enthralled to have the prettiest and the most befitting one for our home. Read this article further to know the differences between jute, sisal, and seagrass, before you pull up your socks to decorate your abode of happiness for the festive season.
Bamboo mats or rugs are one of the most environment friendly and economical products you can buy for your home. They are available in varying shades of brown, and you can choose the color that goes well with the furnishings and decor of your house. They can be placed anywhere in the house, in your hall, kitchen, passageway, bedroom, bathroom, or even outdoors in the patio (especially if you have wooden furniture) or around the swimming pool. In fact, it blends in very well with most outdoor settings. Whatever shade of brown you choose, remember that it must blend in with the tone of your furniture and walls. Go in for a contrasting shade of brown if the rug is to be the focus of attention in your room.
So, do you want the soft, plushy feeling underfoot? Or are you looking for something with tough and durable traits? Ultimately, it all depends on your choice and comfort, and the look desired by you for your home. Peep on for the classification.
Once you clean the rug with a vacuum cleaner, place it in an area where you will be able to shampoo it comfortably, and the water will drain away with ease. A patio or a driveway would be a good option. Place it on the floor and run cool water over it. We suggest that you place a plastic covering before you position the carpet so that no dust from the floor is attached to the rug. Test a corner before you wet it entirely. If the color does not run, you can wet its entire area. Shampoo it, and with a long, bristled brush, softly brush along the grain of the pile. Clean the fringes and brush away from the rug. Take a hose and rinse out the shampoo. Take a window squeegee or a sponge and remove excess water. Lay it flat on a dry surface and switch on the fan.
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