Choosing Tuscan Rugs

Tuscan rugs are a great expense, so it is important to make informed decisions about the type of carpet that best suits the area. Personal taste plays a big role in the choice carpet for the home, but it is possible to avoid expensive mistakes by considering all the carpet options before making a final decision.

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Determine your budget. Knowing in advance how much you can spend on Tuscan rugs guides you in later choices. Helps you avoid disappointment if you find that you cannot afford the carpet you would most prefer. Determine whether the carpet is intended for a secluded place. Different parts of the house have different carpet needs. For example, heavily trafficked areas such as corridors or stairs need more durable carpets than low traffic areas, such as bedrooms.

Choose whether you prefer natural or artificial materials. The type of material used to make Tuscan rugs determines its cost as well as its durability and stain resistance. For example, nylon or polyester mats are relatively inexpensive and durable with good stain resistance. Natural fibers such as wool are more expensive and lightly colored. Treatments to prevent discoloration can add to the cost. Consider other options. Sisal, seaweed and jute are some of the alternative natural fibers used in food production. Sisal is durable, a good insulator and antistatic.