An open floor plan is a great way of making a smaller home look much larger. However, furniture can look adrift since there are no walls to break up the size. Solid rugs are a great option because they create the illusion of a contained space.
Having dynamic rugs and solid rugs within view of each other, you need to consider how they will look together. One of the easiest solutions is using matching ivory solid rugs. Matching ivory solid rugs will work in some circumstances, but they can look out-of-place in some rooms. Here are some tips for combining solid rugs and dynamic wool rugs.
- Matching Rugs
If you are going to have several rugs in common spaces, the easiest approach is using matching rugs. The matching solid rugs help to separate the space while keeping the room harmonious. You also do not need to worry about the amount of space you leave between the solid rugs.
- Matching dynamic rugs
Solid rugs are a great option and work for nearly all spaces. However, by using dynamic wool rugs, you can add more colors and patterns to the room. The matching colors and patterns will help tie the room together without overwhelming the space.
- Solid Rugs in a Similar Color Family
If you are trying to create to unique spaces in an open floor plan like a living room and dining room, think about using two different solid rugs. There are many colors and textures of solid rugs that you can pick from. Keeping the color of the solid rugs within the same color family will tie the room together, even if you use two different styles of rugs.
- Solid Rugs Mixed With Pattern Rugs
Too clearly divide the space, think about using pattern and solid rugs in the same space. This works especially well if you are using very different colors of furniture. Ivory solid rugs are an excellent option for mixing with pattern rugs because the ivory color looks nice with all colors of flooring.
- Stay within the Color Palette with the Solid Rugs
A pattern rug is a popular way of adding color to a room. However, if you are planning to use one pattern rug, you should stay within the color palette of the pattern with the solid rugs. This helps the rugs look like they are meant to be in the same room.
Solid rugs are a great option for dividing spaces, without adding a lot of pattern to the area. Using many rugs in an open floor plan will help divide the space, without needing to use room dividers.