In this post, we're featuring some of the best home design inspiration we've spotted on Houzz, recently, that utilizes area rugs to ground a living space and add a burst of color and comfort!
Houzz is a fantastic online hub for all things related to interior design projects and home development - you can find the perfect piece of furniture, link up with an interior designer who'll understand your specific needs, or simply browse the site for trendy or traditional home decorating ideas.
Hand-knotted area rugs can be used in every room of the home; pictured above is a vintage Persian Heriz area rug featured in a traditionally styled kitchen. It may seem counter-intuitive to place a high quality area rug in a kitchen, but it is actually a great and practical idea, because wool, being a natural fiber, is relatively easy to clean and hand-knotted rugs can withstand significant foot-traffic while maintaining it's visual and structural integrity. You can achieve a similar look with our 6'8" x 9'9" Fine Persian Heriz Rug:
Oriental rugs have a long history of being a fixture in traditional home decor, like the rug pictured below in this gorgeous, classically designed space.
You can achieve a similar look with our 8' x 10' Antiqued Serapi Rug:
This modern room designed by Golden Design features a vibrant hand-knotted runner as its primary focal point, a mixture of old and new. To get this look in your own home, try our 4' x 6'7" Baluch rug:
This Frank Lloyd Wright "John J. Dobkins" home was beautifully restored by homeowners Dan & Dianne Chrzanowski, who chose to display an antique Kazak area rug in their living room that features soaring high windows and mid-century furnishings. Read more about their home restoration project here: Houzz Tour - A Frank Lloyd Wright Home, Lovingly Restored
If you're on the hunt for your very own antique rug, see our 4'4" x 6'2" Antique Kazak Shirvan rug:
Be sure to find Main Street Oriental Rugs on Houzz, and until next time, thank you for reading!