These lovely brown and tan area rugs will make any space feel cozier and more inviting. And they're so soft that your feet will be begging for more.
Why A Brown and Tan Rug?
Interior decorators use brown and tan area rugs frequently in homes around the world with dozens of decor styles. Why? Because the patterns, styles, and combinations possible with this color duo are vast, and there's something for everyone.
Brown and tan area rugs are also accessible for novice interior decorators to use. They can completely transform a space with colors that are safe for most houses, regardless of the color palette.
The following ideas take inspiration from how you might use a brown and tan rug in your home:
Brown and tan braided rugs are excellent choices to add texture and warmth to a space. They can often be found in country decor, but are versatile enough for even some minimalist houses.
Brown and ivory area rugs are commonly seen with modern and contemporary patterns in homes of all styles. They're most popular in the living room and dining room settings.
Brown and ivory floral rugs with Oriental patterns are also used in several decor styles. They offer a more neutral way to bring Oriental rugs into a home without bold, bright colors.
With thousands of choices, there's a brown and tan rug for every home, no matter what your taste.
A Closer Look At Brown And Tan Area Rugs
The associations with brown are another reason why interior decorators love using brown and tan area rugs. In color psychology and Feng Shui, brown is associated with:
Brown and tan share these associations equally, and both are viewed as neutralizing colors. They make people feel secure in a room, able to relax and enjoy life. They can also make your house feel more balanced to come home to.
Is A Brown And Tan Rug Right For Me?
Use the color wheel or search for some online inspiration for your home's current style(s) to decide if a brown and tan rug is what you want in your house. Likely, the answer will be yes, since these rugs work with so many decor styles.
If the colors fit, it's time to measure your room and decide how big you want your rug to be. Buying the wrong size is the most common mistake rug buyers make, and it can throw off a room. The following guide will help:
Room: 5' x 7' Rug: 3' x 5'
Room: 7' x 10' Rug: 5' x 8'
Room: 10' x 12' Rug: 8' x 10'
Room: 11' x 14' Rug: 9' x 12'
Room: 14' x 17' Rug: 12' x 15'
Choosing The Perfect Brown And Tan Rug
Knowing the correct colors and size for your rug means that you have the most important parts figured out. To narrow your thousands of results further, use the material, thickness, and style filters to match what you want in your house.
During checkout, don't forget a rug pad. The pad keeps your rug in place on the floor, and as a bonus, it adds more cushion for your feet!
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