The traditional Covington rug



If you need a rug to complete your décor or if you just don’t want to walk barefooted during winter, there are lots of options out there. Nowadays, modern rugs are the most popular. They tend to be more versatile and have simpler designs that allow them to be placed just about anywhere. But if you prefer something a little more traditional, allow us to suggest the Covington rug.

It’s a traditional rug and it has been hand tufted of high-mountain wool. As most traditional rugs, this one also has those typical prints symbolizing floral patterns and geometrical figures. And, as most traditional rugs also do, this one features colors from the same palette, different color tones that have been combined in order to obtain a versatile palette. It has mainly brown and yellow tones, with some blue accents for contrast.

In order to minimize everyday wear and tear, we recommend using a rug pad. This will help prologue the rug’s beauty and it will also prevent fiber damage. The pad will also help stabilize the rug by reducing slippage on hard floors. As for the dimensions, the Covington rug comes in several different sizes and shapes: 2’6″ x 8′, 3’6″ x 5’6″, 6′ Round, 5’6″ x 8’6″ and 8′ x 11′. The price varies according to the size.


Published by in Rugs & Carpets, on November 24th, 2011

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