Shag and Pile - Depending upon the size of the beach theme rug, you may want to choose one with a shaggy or deeper pile. While they add plush softness, the more important things is they can hide the dirt that comes with everyday wear and tear. Smaller surf rugs may be anchored to the floor with double-sided tape, to avoid slips and to keep the sides from curling. If you have a much younger child, look for cotton or wool piles that might come treated with StainGuard or Scotchmaster, making them resistant to spills and easier to clean up after.
An area rug is a great idea for a thrifty decorator. They bring patterns and multicolored designs into your room without it being overwhelming. They can be used to make a beautiful peaceful seating area or can be laid down on high traffic areas to protect the carpet or hard wood floor underneath.
Go Nautical - Hand in hand with the beach theme, nautical rugs are also very popular. While this theme is certainly very different, you may still want to browse nautical rugs, matching nautical wall art, or any other type of decor in that genre. Many of the sea-going aspects of a nautical theme will coordinate with your child's beach theme rug, and it's a great place to gather fresh ideas for the rest of the room.
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