Gunda Misty Rugs, 2017-11-13 22:37:49. A wide variety of rugs and carpets are available to decorate your home. They are found in different shapes, sizes and awesome colorful patterns. Among them, synthetic rugs and wool rugs are the most common types. The traditional area rugs are popular handmade rugs. The other type is the tufted (made using a machine) rug. However, traditional rugs are much preferred because they are more durable than the tufted ones as well as the synthetic ones. These rugs offer a luxurious look to the room, making it colorful. It can also define a focal point or create a specific area of interest. They not only decorate the room, but also protect the flooring as well. If you have hardwood flooring in the living room which is the area with constant traffic of visitors, you can put a traditional area rug and save your flooring from scratches.
Henny Meena Rugs, 2017-11-13 23:41:58. Now this is the concluding step of your rug making as you are going to sew your braided strips into a rug. Decide the shape of your rug and sew accordingly. Keep the first length of the braided material about 13 inches long (for oval shape) and begin the second length along the first. Keep hand sewing the lengths with one another as you proceed. Remember to keep some heavy item on the portion that is sewed to keep it flat, otherwise it will keep rising up and obstruct your sewing.
Doubravka Tamara Rugs, 2017-11-13 23:58:07. Jute is obtained from the stalk, or the stem, instead of the leaves. This makes the fiber very soft when compared to other fibers such as sisal or seagrass, but limits its durability. Therefore, it is a good option to be used in low-traffic areas like bedroom or home library. Seagrass is highly durable and sturdy, so much that it can be used easily to make furniture. Sisal, however is the sturdiest of all. It is apt for both commercial and residential purposes, with high-traffic area like living area space. When compared on the basis of softness, jute is the softest of all.
Lehua Kyllikki Rugs, 2017-11-13 22:22:19. Some rugs like leather shag or flokati (shag wool) can be cleaned by simply shaking them vigorously. There is no need to vacuum these rugs; simply beat or rake it after giving it a good shake. However, rugs like oriental or bamboo need to be vacuumed regularly. Vacuum both sides of the rug, running it gently down its surface in straight lines. If it has a looped design, do not use the rotating beater bar, but direct suction. Don't vacuum frilled edges of a rug; simply dust the frills using a stiff broom before vacuuming the area around it. If the area experiences heavy foot traffic, you will need to vacuum the rug daily.
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