Things Are Looking Up for Artistic Floors

Use color and pattern to liven up your floors, and you won’t ever look back. From wood and tile to rugs rugs galore, there are a range of alternatives for spicing up the floor. Do not settle for boring surfaces underfoot. Get inspired to create an impression in your floor from ers who glorify the earth they walk on.

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design

Just because you’ll be traipsing across your kitchen floor hour after hour, day after day, year after year, does not mean it cannot have a beautiful pattern which makes your heart swoon every morning. If my kitchen floors were so stunning, I would not ever want to leave.

Dewson Construction Company

Go wild with tile and wood planking to get a true piece of art in your property. Channel that the floor-laying geniuses of the 18th century using conventional inlays or think of a new pattern yourself. Produce a layout that will stand the test of time and be loved for generations.

Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc..

The simplest way to add art to your floor is in the kind of a room rug. This easy, graphic rug in soft tones is an ideal complement for this area. The modern edge freshens up the room without appearing incongruous with the more conventional furniture options.

Tip: Choose the ideal size rug for your area. Dining room seats shouldn’t feel dwarfed by the carpet and should never fall within the lip wihen diners scoot them backward.

Make a bold statement with a rug inspired by the forest floor. This must feel amazing under bare feet.

Genesis Architecture, LLC.

If you don’t want to be so literal, try a more subtle pattern in colors of ivory and green. Can’t you just envision a birch woods in spring?

Nicole Lanteri Design

Go picture with a dark and white, plant-inspired rug to get a jolt of energy in a darkened area.

Tip: Use rugs to floor a space and separate an area from the rest of an open floor plan.

Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc..

Do not be afraid to mix and match. A patterned carpet and stair runner work in tandem in this entryway.

Grace Home Design

If you are normally scared of color, a local rug may be the ideal way to start. Try using two different yet complementary routines in adjoining rooms. The use of white from a darker color in the two of these rugs enables both of these rooms to feel coordinated.

Traci Connell Interiors

Orange and white pair again in this beautifully patterned area rug. Notice how well the orange plays off the more neutral blues, whites and browns in this room. Should you ever get tired of it, simply replace the area rug to get a new look.

Brian Dittmar Design, Inc..

Perhaps you don’t want color, but you really do want attention. Try out a neutral rug but go to get a pattern which brings attention. The script-patterned rug here is a perfect selection for this small reading nook.

Tip: Attempt an area rug which virtually completely fills a space, stopping inches from the baseboards. (Be aware of any vents you don’t want to pay.) You will have a wall-to-wall-carpeting style for a portion of the price tag.

Johnson Berman

Short on cash but not on style? Collect carpets with time and construct a cohesive grouping. Use your gathering with gathered furniture finds to get a unique look at a frugal price point.

Tip: This look is for those confident in their style options. Start out using two complementary patterned rugs move up to collecting a complete grouping of smaller pieces.

Fieldstone Hill Design

Whether you are mixing styles, collecting similar pieces or simply using one large pattern to create an impression, think about the impact your flooring may have in your area. Be somewhat daring on your layout choices and place any art on the floor.

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