Because it’s sometimes easy for a neutral space to fall flat, despite its charm and character, the first fix you consider is adding some color into the mix to make an otherwise unexciting space feel new again. But blue? Seriously? Well, here’s a question for you: Why not? While it may not be the contender that instantly comes to mind in the search for a rug, you’d be surprised at what this hue can do to revitalize a room. Shopping for a rug shouldn’t be taken lightly, and for some, it’s a major undertaking, which is why you need Solo Rugs on your radar. With more than 40 years in the business, the brand is an insider in the textile industry and can get you access to one of the largest collections of handmade, one-of-a-kind rugs from around the world. And it also happens to have a vibrant collection of deep and over-saturated blue options that'll make a room feel anything but.
Keep reading for four reasons a blue rug will revive a room.
For small spaces, it’s helpful to note that the bigger the rug, the bigger your room will look. If the furniture in the space is on the neutral side or not as attention grabbing, a blue rug will work to anchor all the elements and make them stand out. Cool blues do this well.
When it comes to versatility, blue is never the loneliest color. Depending on your preference for cool or warm tones, blue has the ability to pair well with various palettes. A warm-toned rug has hints of red, which makes the room more intimate and cozy.
Try it and you’ll see. A blue rug can work a room like no other, and it’s an unexpected piece of floor furniture that will make guests curious about why and how a bold color can play well with neutral pieces.
Blue rugs can make a room look expensive. Try deep, rich blues or options that have patterns, textures, or complementary colors to make the rug the focal point of your living room.