The geometric shapes are with everything. Stripes, triangles, circles, hexagons and squares make the party in today’s decorating projects. And if you also intend to play in this trend our tip is to bet on the geometric carpet. Indispensable in any environment, rugs with geometric patterns, in addition to fulfilling their function like any other rug, still add a touch of style and unique personality. In today’s post we’ll see more about it and teach you how to make a beautiful Crochet Couverture Blanket.
Want to know more about the geometric rug? So keep following this post to learn all about geometric rugs and how to insert them into your decor if you are planning to use it: One of the first reasons for you to stick to the idea of geometric rugs is the huge variety of patterns and figures. You can choose from squares, circles, stripes, hexagons and the famous Chevron pattern, super modern and stylish.
In addition to the diversity of patterns, you can also determine the size of the geometric figures you want to use on your rug. Some rugs carry large figures, while others carry small and discreet prints, choose the ones that suit you best.
Free Pattern Available: Crochet Couverture Blanket
The geometric rug fits in any room of the house, from the most classic places, such as the living room and dining room, to the bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and hallway, where you prefer, or even in many places, just don’t overdo it. . One more point in favor of the geometric rug. Super democratic, the geometric rug still fits in any decorating style, from the most modern to the most classic. Versatile and full of possibility, the geometric rug can be the great differential of your decoration.
But to achieve this decorative asset it is important to pay attention to some details, otherwise it can go downhill. Getting the size of the carpet right is already halfway, regardless of whether it is geometric or not. The tip here is always to provide the size of the carpet with the total area of the room. This is because if the carpet is much smaller than the space where it is being placed, the environment will consequently be reduced and flattened, giving the feeling that it is smaller than it really is, that is, you must take the right measures so that everything occur as planned.
In living rooms, for example, it is important that the carpet covers the entire central region and is between 0.10 and 0.30 cm wider than the width of the sofa. Already in dining rooms, the carpet should be chosen slightly larger than the table, so that on the sides at least 0.50 cm. This “leftover” is very important so that the chairs do not curl up on the carpet. Another tip is to match the shape of the table with the shape of the carpet you will use, ie round table with round carpet, square table with square carpet and rectangular table with rectangular carpet.
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