Handmade can mean many things. Price and quality depend on a number of factors in Clarence Center.
Hand tufted: A tufted rug is made using a mechanical tufting tool that secures and inserts the yarns in the backing, often canvas. Since the tufted yarns are not securely enclosed by a knot, the backs of these rugs are usually sprayed or painted with adhesives to secure the pile yarn. These rugs cannot be truly called “Oriental rugs.”
Hand knotted: In a hand-knotted rug, each yarn is individually tied in a knot by the weaver. Each knot of yarn is tied securely around two or three strands of warp yarn, which is the vertical yarn set up initially on the loom as the basis for the rug that will be woven upon it. This is a completely handmade process, no mechanical tools are used.
A hand-knotted area rug will be more expensive than a tufted rug. In addition, a hand-knotted rug made in the crossed style of weaving is more time-consuming and durable (and expensive) than an uncrossed rug.
Shearing: After the rug is woven, overall shearing of the pile is done by hand, to an even depth or to variations of textural depth specified by the designer. Shapes within the overall design are usually incised, cut around carefully by hand to create dimension and clarity of design.
Knot count: This term refers to “knots per square inch.” The more detailed and complex the design, and the finer/thinner the wool, the more knots are required for clarity of color and design. High-quality rugs usually range from 50 to 100 knots per inch. Imagine the work that goes into that kind of hand weaving. Knot density will affect the cost of the rug.
There’s nothing that I love more than an outdoor living room. As the design trends keep moving toward the idea of creating outdoor spaces that feel just as comfy as your indoor spaces, it’s important to make sure that you have all the elements right. One of the most important pieces of decor I rely on to help make an outdoor space feel cozy is an outdoor rug. And while our choices used to be quite limited, these days you can find some gorgeous outdoor pieces with budget-friendly price tags.
Here are 10 of our must-have outdoor rugs, and they all cost less than $300.
Diamond Fuchsia + White Rug
Dash + Albert
For a bold outdoor space, go with something like this fuchsia rug for a giant burst of color. And if you’re not quite sold on pink, there are 16 other colors available to choose from.
Blue + Cream Rug
Rug And Roll
This blue striped rug would look gorgeous with some crisp, white furniture or fluffy, white pillows. The cream color would also go a long way in camouflaging inevitable marks and stains.
Home Decorators Collection
This rug looks like a natural-fiber sisal or jute rug, but it's actually made from synthetic fibers (so it’s much easier to clean and care for). It has a flat weave and is a great choice if you have a bigger area to fill.
Optic Diamond Rug
I love the graphic pattern of this black-and-white rug. It would be the perfect choice for a modern space or a small balcony.
This is another fun, graphic rug with pops of yellow and light blue. Consider going with simple, solid pillows, furniture and decor if you're opting for a colorful, patterned rug like this.
Marimekko for Target
Finnish super-brand Marimekko has teamed up with Target to create this playful pattern for their outdoor rug collab. It’s easy to keep clean and would look great in a kid-friendly space.
If you love the look of animal hides, this outdoor rug is for you. This rug is a fab take on the classic zebra-print and is available in black, brown, gold, navy, green or red. It’s shaped to look like a traditional animal hide, too.
Gray + Bone Geometric Rug
This geometric-patterned rug has a distinct Moroccan vibe. It’s neutral but makes a statement with its bold pattern.
An antique dhurrie from Morocco inspired this budget-friendly outdoor piece. It’s crafted entirely from recycled materials, making it an eco-conscious choice for your outdoor space.
Checkered Black + Cocoa Round Rug
For a more neutral outdoor setup, this brown and black natural rug is a great choice. It’s simple but can easily work with almost any style or color scheme.
Layering rugs, whether on carpet or hardwood floors, is a smart and simple way to add texture to a room. You can add color and pattern and it's a great way to define your space! Use neutral or natural fiber rugs for the base rug. They make a great backdrop to all types of prints and patterns and take some of the guesswork out of the layering process, too. Select colors and patterns that are complimentary, but different enough to pop. Brightly colored rugs can be used as artwork and they can help determine the color scheme and style of your room. Make sure to keep high pile rugs, like shags, on top. They add a wonderful sense of softness and elegance to your room but if placed on bottom, they won't have firm support and they'll shift, buckle and wrinkle. When layering two rugs of the same shape, make sure that the bottom rug is significantly larger than the top rug so there's a border and it creates an intentional look. I hope these guidelines will help you get started layering your rugs, but be unique and have fun!.
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