There’s something so lovely and unexpected about round rugs. They’；rea welcome change from the conventional rectilinear nature of our surroundings， from floors to walls and most of our furniture. But it can be hard to know just what to do with one. Take a look at our ideas on how to pull off a round rug in any room.
Using a round rug under a round table is an obvious choice —； and a smart one at that. We love the harmony and balance the repeating shapes bring to the room. Just make sure the rug is large enough to fit dining chairs even when you pull them out to sit down.personalised gifts
Designers often use a round rug to make a small space appear larger， making it ideal for nooks， offices and children’s rooms. We love the way the circular shape of the rug in this office opens up the space and complements the offbeat vibe of the room.
Layering rugs enhances the coziness of a spacepillow cover home decor， and throwing a round oneover a larger， rectangular rug adds the perfect amount of visual interest. The key to layering rugs is to stick with a similar construction and look， so the overall effect isn’t too busy， especially in a bedroom like this one.
Using a round rug can be a great way to define a space， such as the one here. All of the pieces in this seating arrangement touch the rug， instantly creating a vignette and addinga sense of intimacy.
Try pairing a round rug with a piece of functional furniture， such as a consoleor bookcase， in an entryway or the corner of a large room. It defines the area and creates a pit stop， or space to linger， as you drop your keys or pick up a book.
A round rug in a breakfast nook is a natural fit， especially in the space above. The curved lines echothe shape of the table while also softening the squared edges of the banquette seating， serving up aninviting and cozy space to dine.
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Inspired by one of the hottest trends in 2015, today’s project marries our love for BERNINA’s precision stitching and the stress relieving qualities of coloring which has become?all the rage with designer?adult coloring books. Have you guys seen the amazing options out there available from Tula Pink and Amanda Murphy?
I love a little surprise & it doesn’t always have to come in the form of a gift. A little unexpected?pop of color or incorporating something that isn’t typical makes a room, an outfit or a table more interesting.?Orange is an expected fall color, but you don’t often find the?fruit?in fall decorations. This table setting was inspired by the?potpourri I made last fall. It was simple, all natural & the most beautiful color palette. In fact, it would make an incredible take home favor.
Disclaimer: I did not create this pattern.