Two rugs in one room can work well next to or near one another. Next to keeping the dominant color the same, the key is to vary the scale of the patterns of each rug. Use one rug with a small scale pattern with a rug with a medium or large scale pattern.
Can you put two different rugs in the same room?
You can keep it simple and have differently patterned rugs in the same color scheme throughout the living space or you can really jazz it up and begin layering rugs on top of each other. Mixing multiple rugs can be done throughout the house. Living room, bedrooms, and even your formal dining room when done right.
Should all the rugs in your house match?
The rule of thumb is this: All of the large area rugs you can see from a single spot in your home should complement each other. Let’s say that from your living room you can see the hallway and the dining room. According to the rule above, the rugs in these three areas should complement each other.
What comes first rug or furniture?
In a big open-plan space, the rug should sit under the front legs of both the sofas – or if you have a large rug, then both sofas can sit completely atop the rug. If you have chairs in the space as well, then the front legs of the chair should be touching or “hovering” on the rug.
Where do round rugs look best?
Designers often use a round rug to make a small space appear larger, making it ideal for nooks, offices and children’s rooms. We love the way the circular shape of the rug in this office opens up the space and complements the offbeat vibe of the room.