Accessorize - No matter which beach rug you choose, you should easily be able to find matching children's room decor. Kids bedding is available in just about every type of floral or Wahine surf pattern these days, and surfboard themed boys bedding is easily accessible. Match a few of the rug colors to your child's bedding to anchor it visually. Beach theme lamps and other children's lighting can be found to fit along the same lines. Be careful here not to go too overboard, creating colors and patterns that might clash. The theme of your child's room should flow nicely, without unsightly distractions.
Color - This obviously going to be your first and foremost consideration. Boys rooms will consist mostly of blue, and girls rooms of pink. Most beach themed rugs are designed with the sex of the child in mind, and some will have more vivid colors than others. Choose softer colors for a younger child or baby nursery. If you've already painted the room, bring a swatch of that color with you when rug shopping. Still, a better idea would be to choose the rug first and then buy the paint. You'll be very glad you did, because having a kids rug that perfectly matches the wall color is the best start you can give your child's room.
Suppose you like the idea of having a triangular rug, or an even more unusual shape? In cases like these, custom rugs are ideal because you can cut them just how you want them to look. Sure, you may have to pay a little more for a custom rug than you will for a rug that's already cut, but the perfect rug will be well worth it. Large rugs aren't always made in the shape you want them to be in, and when you go custom you get just what you want.
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