Start with a large rug, then add smaller rugs in similar color to the area. For example, if you have a large burgundy area rug in the dining room, keep the decor flow going with a burgundy runner in the hallway followed with a medium-sized rug in the adjoining room.
Like most area rugs, a rug made from bamboo can easily be placed in any room. If you are looking for a light or dark tone that will create a contrast in your living room, or you would like something less traditional, such as, a red or green hue to standout underneath your dinning table, a bamboo rug can provide that.
Since you will be using the rug as both the main focus point of the room and a guide for additional decorating, it’s important to carefully consider which pieces of furniture and paintings will ultimately compliment the design of the rug. For instance, dark paintings and decorations tend to work well with lighter rugs embellished with simple dark designs. It is also essential to consider the walls. Patterns and wallpaper tend to match best with solid rugs, while plain walls compliment elaborate artwork best.
It is not uncommon to believe that once your wall-to-wall carpeting was installed, that part of your interior decorating could be consider finished. There are some very good reasons to consider placing area rugs over your carpeting.