Different type of rugs that can be used as area rugs

By placing area oriental rugs in your rooms, you are adding color, comfort and beauty to the rooms in a very wonderful manner. There are lots of choices when it comes to area rugs as there are wide varieties of categories like braided, hand-tied, tufted, woven, machine made etc.  Hand-tide rugs are considered to be the superb one among these categories and are considered as a perfect investment for a life time. Machine made rugs are cheap and they compete with hand-tied ones to be at par with them. As they are relatively cheaper, these days most people go for that. Now let us take a closer look at some of the most prominent categories of rugs.

Bound carpet

Wall to wall carpet cut according to the need of the room provides good blend with other areas in your home. Since the carpet can be custom cut, it is very helpful and convenient for the house owners to make his room look lovelier. The color of the carpet can be of the same color as that of the wall or the same color with a different texture. Even a contrast color can be considered.

Persian rugs

Persian rugs are produced in Iran, previously known as Persia. The techniques used and design patterns go back to 2500 years. The rugs produced in different area of Iran have its own peculiarities and therefore they are often referred with the name of the place where it is produced.  Persian rugs va are usually made of wool and they last for generations or centuries.  The beauty of Persian rugs is considered to be increasing as years pass.

Oriental rugs

Rugs made in Iran are considered commonly used as area oriental rugs. In fact, the rugs make in China, India, Iran and other Asian countries come under the category of oriental rugs. They are well designed and they correctly fit into rustic cabins as well as regal interiors. They are often made of silk and wool and they withstand many years of wear and tear.

Natural fiber rugs

Sea grass, hemp, bamboo, jute etc are some natural materials, the fibers of which are used in the making of rugs. These fibers are suitable for casual use and should be avoided in areas where high traffic can be normally expected. These rugs often have twill tape to protect their edges.