Pink is often considered to be a girl’s colour but with the ever evolving fashion trends it is becoming more and more acceptable for men to be associated with the colour pink. Fuchsia is a mixture of pink and red and is a very eye-catching colour that can complement the look of any home if used in the right way. If you are deciding on a new rug or perhaps your room is lacking a bold focal point then you should think about investing in fuchsia rugs to brighten up your floors and the atmosphere of your home.
Fuchsia rugs can add a bit of fun to your home whilst keeping in with the current style and trends. Many tend to steer away from bold colours but they can be very versatile if you know how to use and combine them in the right way. If you have a very neutral coloured room, such as the lounge or the bedroom then a fuchsia rug can make a striking statement that really says something about your personality. Many design catalogues really promote bright coloured rugs and fuchsia is a popular one with many of them, due to its striking appearance and appealing shade. If most of the decor and furniture you have is white then a thick shag pile fuchsia rug can make your room feel cosy and stylish all at the same time. Another great colour that goes well with fuchsia is purple. Most shades of purple will compliment fuchsia; it’s a case of using your imagination to decide on what style your want to achieve and what would look best.
As fuchsia rugs are available in a wide variety of patterns, sizes and shapes it should be relatively easy to find one you really love. It is always worth investing in some fuchsia decor to create an ongoing theme throughout your home, such as matching fuchsia cushions for your sofa, matching throws or bed sheets. Many department stores will have accessories and decor to match fuchsia, if you start looking you’ll be surprised at what a popular colour it actually is. Due to the red tones in the colour, fuchsia can sometimes be paired with certain shades of red, but be wary of clashing colours as this can sometimes cause a detrimental effect and you may end up with a beautiful rug but an eyesore of a room.