It always puzzles people why a person should choose to have kitchen rugs instead of having their kitchen floors bare. After all it only gives an individual extra work due to the fact that they have to be vacuumed while a normal floor only needs to be swept. When you take a closer look at the application of the kitchen rugs you will find that other than giving an aesthetic look it also provides warmth to the feet from the cold floor. When we talk about kitchen rugs we don’t mean that you go ahead and do a wall to wall carpeting of your kitchen. It only means that you could use bits and pieces of rugs in you kitchen for example in your dining area or where you stand to cook or to wash dishes.Runners is an example of a kitchen rug that could be used to add some color to the kitchen and don’t worry. The size doesn’t matter.
Some uses for kitchen rugs include:
- You could use an orange rug if your kitchen design is made of a plain color like white to add warmth to the white.
- If you have a painted celling that reflects down light having a warm colored rug could make your kitchen welcoming, warm and cozy.
- If your kitchen’s theme is nature – by this I mean if your cabinets and floors are made of wood – then a runner of the same color balances out the design of your kitchen.
- You could also use a rug that has multiple colors to enable you to make your kitchen colorful. Just make sure that the colors on the rug compliment the colors that you have used in your kitchen.
You could use a rug to create a separation if your kitchen and the dining area are combined. You could place a rug under your dining table to show that the dining area is a different part of the kitchen.