Ferris Rug from West Elm

Rugs are very useful, as they cover the floor and keep it warm for your feet. So when you walk around the house you do not catch a cold. Rugs also insulate the floor very well and do not let the cold air from under the floor (for example the air coming from an empty room downstairs) enter the room and make it cold. But when you want to buy a rug you just want it to be thick and soft and to look fine. The rug design is very important, as you need to like it and to make sure it fits the overall design and style of your home. That is why the different shades of brown are very popular, since most furniture is brown or black in colour. The Ferris Rug from West Elm has a very nice design with dots and geometricla shapes and also a nice and comforting colour – cafe au lait.

This rug is entirely made of wool and has a bold  circular pattern. However, it is not hand made, but gun-tufted and you can feel it soft and smoothing under your feet. The rug is offered in a variety of sizes in order to find the perfect one for your house. So you can see rugs that are just 3′ x 5′, but also 2.5′ x 7′ , which is mostly called a runner. Of course, the price varies depending on size, so you can purchase the item for a price between $109.00 – $749.00 .



Published by in Rugs & Carpets, on January 17th, 2012

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