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Need suggestions for kitchen area rug

Posted by momom (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 3, 13 at 22:36

We have an new/old farmhouse style kitchen table. It measures 7' x 4'. My problem is I can't find a rug to go under it. I don't even know what style to look for that would look right with it. Should I go with a sisal? Floral? Stripe? The table is a cream with a darker wood underneath, it has a distressed finish. It has 6 non matching chairs (on purpose lol) Our island (runs parallel to the table) is painted a dark green & has also been distressed. The rest of our cabinets are a dark oak (I'm slowly working my way to painting them also, hubby is not crazy about the idea lol) I have an antique hutch that sits fairly close to the table. Our floor is cream 16x16 tile, which is the main reason I want a rug, winter is coming & it's very cold. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated :)

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