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Gold, Mustard and Ochre Yellow Rugs

The palette that includes gold, sand and ochre also includes yellow, mustard and, at its furthest stretch, orange. All of these colours go together happily and although yellow can be a little stimulating, grey and yellow ochre rugs are very popular in modern decor and because it goes with everything else gold is one of the rare colours that blends happily with red, almost across the spectrum. Gold can be literally that, by using materials that throw back the light, a shaggy rug can look just like Jason’s Golden Fleece – a great fun accessory for any fan of Greek mythology. Sands can be very pale indeed, almost verging on cream and if you are fresh from an exotic holiday, you can recreate at least some of that great relaxed feeling by having a pale sand rug and some sky-blue cushions as an accent.

Textures bring out the best in Yellow Rugs

Using textures, either as cut pile or shaggy finishes, bring out the best in sand and gold rugs. They also work very well as the basis of traditional designs, being very popular with their designers through the generations. Traditional rug designs tell a story or have special significance and the colours of the earth and sky are very important therefore. Gold in rugs can signify wealth or the sunshine, sand quite literally the desert in which many of the designs came to life. Using deep yellow gold or pale cream sand in a workroom or study rug is a good way of keeping productivity up without making the environment too jarring.



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Gold, Mustard and Ochre Yellow Rugs

The palette that includes gold, sand and ochre also includes yellow, mustard and, at its furthest stretch, orange. All of these colours go together happily and although yellow can be a little stimulating, grey and yellow ochre rugs are very popular in modern decor and because it goes with everything else gold is one of the rare colours that blends happily with red, almost across the spectrum. Gold can be literally that, by using materials that throw back the light, a shaggy rug can look just like Jason’s Golden Fleece – a great fun accessory for any fan of Greek mythology. Sands can be very pale indeed, almost verging on cream and if you are fresh from an exotic holiday, you can recreate at least some of that great relaxed feeling by having a pale sand rug and some sky-blue cushions as an accent.

Textures bring out the best in Yellow Rugs

Using textures, either as cut pile or shaggy finishes, bring out the best in sand and gold rugs. They also work very well as the basis of traditional designs, being very popular with their designers through the generations. Traditional rug designs tell a story or have special significance and the colours of the earth and sky are very important therefore. Gold in rugs can signify wealth or the sunshine, sand quite literally the desert in which many of the designs came to life. Using deep yellow gold or pale cream sand in a workroom or study rug is a good way of keeping productivity up without making the environment too jarring.

Golds and Yellow Rug Collections