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Which rug?

Posted by louislinus (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 3, 14 at 22:01

Rug #1?


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And #2


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I like the way the first one works with the dark wall color in the adjacent room. That's my vote!


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I think both rugs are too big for the space. Could you put the short end parallel with the door and have the rug run into the foyer?


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I actually like the size. I had a smaller one and just pulled it. It is too long to run the other way. It would hit te steps. This is a 4x6. Maybe I should try a 3x5? I had a 2x3 and that was def too small.


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How does it look pulled out from the door so the floor "frames" it?

My vote is for #1.


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How does it look pulled out from the door so the floor "frames" it?

My vote is for #1.


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definitely try the 3x5 size. of the 2, i prefer #1!


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I prefer 1. It is rich in color and fits your home perfectly!!!


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#1. #2 just blends in.


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I vote for #1.


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Love the first one.


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I like #1 based on its color and your paint, but I am like KSWL, I would like the rug turned the other direction, running north/south instead of east/west.


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I love the first rug because it is a nice contrast to the floor.


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I'll add my vote for #1, smaller size. This size looks like it was shoe-horned into the space.


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