Traditional Rugs

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What is a Vintage-Inspired or Traditional Rug?



Often consisting of intricate designs, traditional rugs feature modern interpretations of classic Asian- and European-inspired prints and patterns. Florals and other recognizable icons, such as medallions, octagons and hexagons, are commonly found on vintage-inspired floor coverings. Historically considered to be a formal addition to the home, they make a statement in casual rooms, too—finished basements, family rooms and game rooms included. Read on to learn about more types of rugs and how to choose one for your home.



Traditional Rugs for the Living Room



Looking to achieve a timeless aesthetic? Add a traditional rug to your living room. Its geometric motif stands out, especially when used as part of the sitting area. Place a vintage-inspired rug under the coffee table, then make sure that the front legs of your sofa and other lounge furniture—loveseats and armchairs included—are positioned just on top of the rug's border. For a slightly bolder approach, consider layering rugs, too. Think one with a floral or diamond pattern and another that has a single hue throughout. Either way, the area rug's material helps complete the look of the space. Traditional wool rugs, for example, are stain-resistant which makes them ideal for households with kids and pets.



Vintage-Inspired and Traditional Rugs for the Dining Room or Bedroom



If you're the type who prefers a more eclectic style, use a traditional rug in the dining room as well. Does the family gather around a rectangular table for dinner? Use a rectangular rug. Stick with one that has a hand-knotted finish to add a unique touch, or go with a tassel or fringe border instead. No matter your preference, bold colors, such as blue, red and purple make a dramatic statement. Or, stylize one in the bedroom to add personality to your space. Whether you want a piece for the adult bedroom or a tween rug for your preadolescent, vintage-inspired rugs complete the room.