Most people have heard of transitional rugs, but do you really know what that means? Many people think of transitional flexibility of moving from room to room or house to house, but that’s not technically right. Some may be surprised to learn that transitional rug refers to the actual design. As it turns out, this “transitional” appearance is a combination of two styles: traditional and contemporary.
Lately, area rugs are all about color and easy to decorate with transitional designs that appeal to the overall comfort in a home. Area rugs are arguably the quickest and most affordable way to spruce up your space. But, where do you start in trying to find the perfect new area rug for your home?
The area rug scene is dominated by two trends: bright, imaginative and striking colors and “the neutrals”- beige, greys and taupes in transitional designs. While transitional designs offer the most design flexibility, it’s your decor that will determine which colors make the most sense. For instance, if your furniture or walls are splashed with pattern and colors than a warm transitional neutral area rug will be the perfect compliment. If your decor is neutral and minimalistic than you can be more daring and innovative with your rug choice to liven up your space.
While the north gears back up for chillier weather after this month, us South Carolinians have the luxury of enjoying the outdoors for several months more. Now is the perfect time to snag outdoor area rugs at their lowest prices all year or simply find a new design to help freshen up your seasonal styles and transition the beauty of your home interiors or exteriors into the fall season.