While you might think of an accent color as needing to be bright or vivid, gray provides one of the ideal accent colors because it goes with nearly any decorating color scheme. There’s no color that grey doesn’t compliment, no matter how you spell it. Whether you want light gray rugs in a set for a bathroom or a dark gray area rug for the dining room or living room, you can find them among the many area rugs at LuxeDecor.
Grey bedroom carpet doesn’t mean boring. Choose a modern grey rug with a marbled design or a mosaic pattern that includes three or four shades of gray with black or a silver area rug streaked with yellow. These area rugs complement any room, including hallways, and work ideally as runner rugs. That’s because gray hides the dirt and hallways are high-traffic areas.
Measure your space first. While these area rugs come in a plethora of sizes, you cannot cut them to fit. You essentially have a choice between a bath-sized rug, a throw rug, an area rug, and a runner rug. Some rug styles come in two sizes of room rugs.
Decide whether you would like a solid colored rug, marbled, or a print. What goes best with your décor and main room color? If you have accents in the room of red or blue, or one of those colors as your main color, choose a gray rug with elements of those colors within it.
The fabric content of these area rugs with grey in them determines their feeling under your feet and their durability. You can find these rugs in wool, medium pile with a cotton canvas, tufted polyester, acrylic, braided synthetic, and many other materials. Pile carpets and wool typically provide a softer rug underfoot, while polyester or acrylic rugs dark grey last longer.
Some of these rugs have a carpet pad built-in, while others have a wire backing or a polyester back. This protects the flooring, including another carpet on which the rug sits.
From light gray area rugs to dark gray rugs, you can find area rugs for any décor. Whether you need a carpet for your living room or a bedroom, you can find one among the options at LuxeDecor.
Consider the area in which you will use the rug. In high traffic areas, you may need a synthetic gray area rug that will hold up well to foot traffic, but also look good.
Consider your décor to determine the appropriate colors for the rug. Also, consider the pattern or, if you want to buy a solid colored rug.
In high-traffic areas, you may need an area rug with a rubber backing. Under any carpet or area rug, you should use a liner or underlayment. This helps keep the rug in place on the floor and it protects the wood flooring from getting scratched by the carpet.
Measure the area you want to cover with the carpets. These grey area rugs come in five main sizes although you can find others.
Whether you need grey rugs for living room décor or a grey rug for bedroom use that covers most of the flooring, LuxeDecor has it. The selection includes all of the five main sizes of gray area rugs and a vast color selection with gray or silver as the main color or an accent color. Choose from rugs of wool or pile or synthetic materials including acrylic and polyester. Shop the extensive selection at LuxeDecor today!
For more information about area rugs, including gray rugs, read LuxeDecor's Rug Buying Buying Guide for helpful information on rug construction, sizes, placement tips, and care.
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