Choosing the right carpet for your home is not so easy, you have to consider several things such as: size, location and design of the carpet.
For the living and dining room, choosing a carpet involves several rules. First, size matters, so you have to measure in a way that you have equal portions of the floor in sight, or at least on two opposite sides, for the carpet should not cover the entire floor.
Then choose the material and aspect of the carpet depending on the design of the room, preferably in your living room opt for a natural fiber carpet that is soft and easy to clean.
For rooms that involve furniture on the side of the room, choose a patterned carpet in the center to highlight the space.
To define spaces with different functions within a room, use two carpets, not necesarrily assorted.
The general rule of the carpet is that the front legs of the furniture should be on the carpet, and the back legs should be off it. This rule is not applicable at all times, because it could create a visual imbalance of the room.
The main function of the carpet is to reduce noise in the home and in traffic areas such as hallways and kitchen. Carpets are perfect for absorbing sound.
A pretty carpet can be a piece that attracts attention in a room, but when we have another statement piece such as a fireplace in the room, we choose a simple carpet that will not distract attention from the centre piece.