Area Rugs and Carpet Binding

If you’re looking to spruce up your home’s look, look no further than the floor. If you’re satisfied with your surface but feel like something is missing, an area rug could be your answer. Area rugs are not just fashionable, they’re functional. From their warm, comfortable feel on your feet to the protection they provide underneath to your flooring, area rugs can add so much to your home.

Here at Boss Carpet One in Freeport, IL, we have the tools for carpet binding. We will then back them with materials such as protective canvas for extra durability. Come and see us today to choose from our wide variety of carpet options and we will take it from there to complete the project…for any room!

An Area Rug for Every Room

So you’re thinking about an area rug? Check out these tips on how and where to use area rugs in your home.

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Living Room

Your living room is your statement room. From spending time with your family to weekend relaxation, your living room is often the first room to evolve with the changing styles because it’s where you spend so much of your time. Patterned area rugs are a current trend for their show-stopping look. Try nylon; you’ll get that perfect symmetry without losing the softness.

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Dining Room

Let’s face it; we all love to eat straight out of the refrigerator. But for entertaining and special occasions, your dining room has all the makings to become the best restaurant in town. Dark, deep shades can add to the formal and structured nature of a dining room. Try wool for extra wear resistance and a beautiful, natural feel.

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Bedroom

After a long day all you want to do is fall into bed and relax. An area rug can help make the path a little smoother. And with one like this, it won’t take much for you to make time to stop and smell the roses. Try olefin for a crisp, clean look. Olefin will not pill, fuzz or mildew, so your rug will look fresh and new for years to come.

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Play/Rec Room

For a room for the kids, you want a soft, inviting color with a plush feel since most of the playing is done on the floor. This will most likely be a high traffic room full of dress up, action games and more. Try polyester, which is both soft and colorful. It’s stain resistant, too, which is never a bad thing.


For more inspiration and tips, check out How to Decorate with Area Rugs.

*Photos courtesy of Kaleen Area Rugs*