Oriental rugs originated from Asian countries like China and India. They also have their unique style and touch on how these are made. Most oriental rugs are distinguishable because of the "oriental" designs and patterns that weavers incorporate in their design. Versatility also comes with this type of rug because it can almost be used in any location or room.
Think first about how the room is used. How much traffic does it get? Who will see the rug, and how will the rug's colors or patterns show in the room's lighting? Rugs with a good combination of density and fiber will wear best. Rugs with closer tufting or stitches will last longer.
Don't make the common mistake of choosing a rug that's too small for the room. In most rooms, calculate a border of 18 to 36 inches around the rug's edge. For a dining room rug, add four feet to the width and length of your dining table, and continue adding until reach the recommended border range (seen hint above).
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