Shaggy Rugs: How To Pick The Perfect One For Your Home
Shaggy rugs are in high demand in the tapestry market nowadays and are characterized by their long and fluffy pile. With a soft texture, these rugs can make or break a room and give a twist to any design by adding some texture, and, of course, comfort.
Choosing rugs for your home can be a hard task, whether you’re framing a bed area or adding texture to a living room, modern rugs can help bring all the decor together, but only if you choose the right one.
In the last few years, shaggy rugs are getting ahead but not like in the ’60s or ’70s when they used to be wall-to-wall carpets, now, shaggy rugs come in all shapes and sizes to add a twist to any design you feel it fits.
The bedroom, the living room, the entrance, and perhaps in the kitchen, shaggy rugs can be added to wherever you desire and believe is fit for your home, especially in the coldest months.
Our Oslo Rug is inspired by the long snow-white pile spots in Norway, combining comfort and nobility, being the perfect rug to give a cozier vibe to your living room, bedroom, essentially, any room you consider fit, as you can see in the photos above. Made with Bamboo Silk and New Zealand Wool, this handmade shaggy rug promises to warm your heart on cold days.
This Ted Rug is a 100% hand-tufted rug, made with Bamboo Silk and New Zealand Wool that promises to add comfort and beauty to your home, with unique tones and unforgettable touches. A rug that sits well in a living room or office, but can also be used in your bedroom or on an entryway, as we can see in the images above.
Our La Land Rug is a long pile version of our Amazon Rug, featured in the Botanical Collection. It has several pastel colors that blend with a fluffy and soft feeling, making this a very trendy carpet, made with New Zealand Wool and Bamboo Silk. This home office is a perfect setting for this rug, combining the color of the furniture with the colors present on the rug, creating a very eye-catching look.
What did you think about these shaggy rugs?