No matter what kind of kitchen floors you have, you can use small area rugs to unify your theme or color scheme. For a country kitchen, braided rugs or rugs with a theme like sunflowers or strawberries can help add interest. A modern kitchen could use a sisal rug. And even in Oriental rug could be used to add color and splash to Victorian kitchen. No matter what style your kitchen is, there's sure to be rug for you.
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.
Kitchen rugs can be a great solution for a kitchen that has a worn or damaged floor. But these rugs are not only for decoration or to hide imperfections, they can also help to keep people from slipping on the floors when they are wet and also add comfort when you are standing at the counter for long periods of time cooking or preparing foods. Rugs are most often placed at the door when you come in, in front of the sink, in front of the refrigerator, and in front of the oven.
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