Finding a dining room rug that is both stylish and functional is definitely not an easy task. And choosing a dining room rug isn't just about protecting the floor, it also provides warmth and softness for the feet. And rugs can be used not only on bare floors alone, but you can also choose to hang them on the walls as wall hangings to brighten up and add more visual interest to your entire home.
So how should we choose a rug for the dining room?
No matter what size rug you prefer, it is advisable to choose the right size rug because if the rug is not the right size, then it will be difficult for it to perform to its advantage in your home's dining room. Size is the first issue to consider when thinking about picking a dining room rug. For a dining room, an oversized rug can create a depressing feeling in the space away from the dining room, looking more like a home for the rug than a stylish focal point for the dining room.
Therefore, with this in mind, measure the size of the dining room table before purchasing a rug. Ideally, the dining room rug should be large enough to hold both the table and the chairs on top of the rug, and also, enough space needs to be set aside so that when the chairs are pulled away from the table, their legs are all still on top of the rug. Then again, don't forget to include the table leaves when measuring the size of the dining table.
Finally, to check whether the carpet is suitable for the dining room, it is recommended the rug leave an equal amount of space on both sides of the room to get a balanced visual effect.
The shape is the easiest to choose. It is usually good to pick a similar one based on the shape of the dining table. Most restaurant rugs are chosen in rectangular shapes, but of course any shape will do. But the shape of the table and the carpet reflect each other is the most pleasing to the eye.
Considering that the carpet in a restaurant will be used frequently, such as the movement of chairs, contamination from food residues, and even if it is not a large food spill, small crumbs will often fall onto the carpet. So it is also important to choose the material of the restaurant carpet, because the service life of the carpet should be considered.
Pattern & Color
Finally comes the selection of the most attractive picking factors. These two elements can add a splash of brilliance to your dining room. So how do you decide? First consider what the role of this dining room rug is, whether to use it as a color scheme or to treat it as the main character that defines the atmosphere of your dining room. You can also consider some styles with more patterns and colors, which can cover up a lot of stains and make the carpet look better. If you want to make the dining room space look bigger, you can use a rug with striped elements to make the space visually extended.
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