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As you think about how rugs accentuate your finished wood floors, keep these five tips in mind. A rug may look great in a showroom or a photo, but when paired with your finished hardwood flooring and the rest of the room, it may not have the color needed to pull the interior design together.

The important thing is to decide what you want and then measure to make sure the rug is covering the appropriate amount of floor.

Even if the fibers are relatively durable, such as wool, they will still wear with heavy traffic, so be cautious about where you place valuable rugs. For example, popular olefin rugs often have woven backings that will scratch hardwood floors. Also be aware that if you place a rug in a sunny place in the home and don’t move it for a long time, when you eventually do move it, the flooring under your rug will look a lot different than the part that has been exposed to light.

If possible, storing your rugs in the summer and bringing them back out in the winter helps minimize this change.

Area Rug on Hardwood Floor
Area Rug on Hardwood Floor

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