We adore this beautiful jute-rayon chenille rug. The light brown tones of the jute pair well with the white thatched detailing and border around this rug. The Plimmerton rug breathes freshness into a space and looks equally as good in a dining room as a bedroom. Being a flat weave construction this rug can be displayed on either side according to which pattern is preferred.
Today's homes are often large open plan spaces that link together kitchens, dining and living rooms. They can seem overwhelming or barren unless you break up the areas and ground furniture pieces through the use of rugs, thereby creating 'zones'.
The resurgence of hard flooring has also necessitated the need to include a rug as a staple part of your furnishings for added comfort and warmth. Rugs are often the 'icing on the cake' and can complete a room when it feels a little incomplete. They have the ability to add colour, pattern and above all texture, giving your space more visual interest and another layer to your interior scheme.
- An affordable and easy way to incorporate the latest trends into your home
- Rugs provide comfort to wooden floors
- Great for open plan living spaces, rugs can ground furniture and fill visual space
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