If you’re looking for a new aqua runner rug to add color and life to your space, you're onto something good. Aqua has seen an increase in popularity across the world of interior design in recent years, and it isn't going anywhere any time soon. You'll see this beautiful shade in homes worldwide, in almost every room.
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Room by Room: Using an Aqua Runner Rug
Aqua is frequently described as bluish-green (or greenish-blue, depending on the overtones), and it goes well with most colors that complement either green or blue. As long as it fits in with the color palette in the room you're decorating, it's hard to go wrong with an aqua runner rug.
Many aqua designs mix in colors like black, grey, gold, and yellows or use a nautical theme. Pick a rug with colors that go well with the room you're decorating. And don't forget to add a pad to your cart before checkout to add years to the life of your new aqua runner area rug. Pads reduce early wear by preventing surface and sliding damage.
Please keep reading to check out our favorite ways to use an aqua runner rug room by room.
Aqua is a calming color that is perfect for setting the mood at the entryway of your home. If you'd like to use an aqua runner to protect your entry, an indoor/outdoor aqua runner rug might be a good fit. Indoor/outdoor rugs can stand up to heavy traffic and element exposure with easy cleaning requirements. Other suitable materials for your entryway might include jute, polyester, and sisal.
Bedroom or Living Room
Adding aqua to your bedroom or living room can make it feel more inviting. Combine it with other soothing colors like light blue, sage green, grey, white, and ivory for a gentle color palette. Try an aqua runner between your beds or along the walkways in your living area.
The bathroom is an ideal candidate for an aqua-themed color palette because this space is associated with water. Consider an aqua runner bathroom area rug to add color to a plain bathroom or create a nautical mood in combination with other colors like white, blue, and green.
The kitchen works well with bright and uplifting colors, so an aqua runner rug is naturally a good fit. When you’re looking for a kitchen aqua runner rug, keep the level of moisture, messes, and shoe traffic in your kitchen in mind. This can help you find the right material and durability so that you can keep your rug clean for years to come.
Ideas and Advice
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