When you finish decorating a room there are still usually a few finishing touches that you like to make, such as pictures, cushions and rugs. Often, though, you have to think about the phrase ‘less is more’ and introducing too many different colours and patterns can make a room look a bit cluttered and this isn’t very restful. This is the time to consider neutral rugs, for example shaggy rugs which rely on texture not bright colour to make an impact.
You can choose from the large number of rugs for sale from Rug Zone, knowing that you will be getting the very best price. Shaggy rugs look best in larger sizes, so the first thing you should do is to measure the space you have available and choose the largest rug that will fit in the room. Even if your budget is limited you should still find something to suit, as our enormous stock means we can always offer the very best prices around. If you are going for neutrals you still won’t be short on choice, because the metallic thread shaggy rugs look great in any setting and the slight sheen gives them a depth and a texture which will give the rug a life of its own. Even natural rugs need to be in the right palette though, so look dispassionately at your room and decide whether its general look is bright, deep or woody and natural. Then you can pick your shaggy rug accordingly.
When you have shaggy rugs in your home you do need to look after them carefully but if you do you will get years of wear out of them. Assuming they are not too big to lift easily, they do benefit from a good shake outside from time to time because that lifts the pile and gets rid of dust and fluff which might otherwise mat the pile. Turning shaggy rugs helps as well because then you don’t get a ‘track’ through the pile as people walk across them. This is where a round rug really comes into its own of course, because you can turn it just a quarter of a turn each time and it always fits its space. If you have a beater brush on your vacuum cleaner, switch it off before using on your shaggy rug or it might make the motor overheat, not to mention leaving your rug a little less shaggy than it was before!