Introduction to Red Area Rugs
Red is a very strong and intense color. When people walk into a space dominated by red they immediately respond, as the color is very stimulating. Because red has such a strong presence, red area rugs can be a great focal point in any room to grab your guests' attention. The defining element of a space, red rugs can add positive, stimulating energy to your home. From maroon to orange-red, there are many different hues of red area rugs to choose from at LuxeDecor to suit any space.
Different Styles and Types of Red Area Rugs
There are many different types, sizes, shapes, and styles of red rugs for sale at LuxeDecor. From red round rugs to rectangular and oval shapes, there are many shapes to choose from. Round red rugs can work effortless under a round dining room set, while rectangular styles are better for long formal dining rooms. There are many textures to select from as well including braided red and blue rugs, red shaggy rugs, softer red oriental rugs, and more. Other materials available include bamboo, cotton, hemp, jute, leather, sheepskin, silk, synthetics, wool, and natural fibers. There are also red outdoor rug styles available that are extremely durable and can resist the elements.
Decorating With Red Area Rugs
There’s a place and time to use the color red when decorating, and red area rugs can work in many spaces in your home. There are endless patterns, prints, and color combinations to choose from at LuxeDecor including red and black rugs, red and white rugs, Moroccan red shag rugs, and more. A red shag area rug is extremely comfortable and are great in bedrooms to step on first thing in the morning. Southwest print black and red rugs are perfect for rustic spaces to add an element of bohemian charm. Graphic printed red and black area rugs are best suited for man caves and game rooms. The color red is believed to stimulate appetite, so red kitchen rugs are a great idea. Since red is such an intense color, it needs to be balanced by equally other commanding statement pieces like decorative mirrors or artwork. If you are not ready to go all in with red rugs for living room, try a smaller red rug runner in your hallway or small red bathroom rugs.
For more information about area rugs, including red rugs, read LuxeDecor's Rug Buying Buying Guide for helpful information on rug construction, sizes, placement tips, and care.