Clarice. Kitchen Rugs. September 21st , 2017.
Kitchen Rugs are not only great accessories for your kitchen but they can also be very useful if you want to hide a deformed kitchen floor. Rugs can be used for all purposes and in any room of the house to add to the total effect of a room and to add to its décor, and it is the same for the kitchen as well. Especially if your kitchen has a particular theme like a Victorian or an Oriental theme, then a rug will only add to the décor. Moreover, it is also an excellent way to keep the kitchen tidy, and is very comfortable for the lady of the house to walk on, who has to spend hours standing or moving around in the kitchen.
Plants are a very positive addition to your kitchen. If you have a window in your kitchen and the available counter space, add a bit of life with a plant. If you cant remember to water them, set an alarm on your cell phone once a week that says to water plants. Everybody has a cell phone now a day and uses the alarm or calendar features on them quite frequently. A plant doesnt only look beautiful, but it cleans the air of the pollution and gives you oxygen in the atmosphere. A kitchen rug can be a great solution for a kitchen that has damaged or worn out floors. These rugs can also help keep someone from slipping on the floor when it is wet and is an added comfort when you are standing for a long period of time in front of the counter, stove, or sink. Rugs are often placed at the front door whenever you come in, in front of the refrigerator or even in front of the sink for extra comfort while you do the dishes.
There are many reasons that you may want to consider adding a rug to your kitchen. This is not to say that you have to do this, but there are some benefits of doing so. As you have probably seen in the homes that you have visited, kitchen rugs are quite popular. In fact, there is a very good chance that you already have at least one of these in your kitchen. If not, you have probably at least thought about doing so. Generally speaking, there are three reasons main benefits offered by kitchen rugs. Of course, you may be aware of many other benefits, and that is why you have added one of these to your kitchen. Listed below are the three benefits that you should consider when it comes to deciding on the use of rugs for your kitchen area.
When picking out a theme for your kitchen rug, think about the animals in the Old McDonalds song or if you prefer a non-animal theme, one can use fruits for a rug design. One can even literally use a rug shaped out of a farm animal or a fruit to make the ambience more lively and fun. The main thing is to have the best and brightest atmosphere for your kitchen and anything that enhances this atmosphere, outside of clutter, helps. A kitchen rug, besides having the aforementioned gains, can also be a therapeutic asset especially for the one who cooks and prepares the food. The cushion it gives the feet of the food preparer is of enormous help since preparing and cooking food usually does take a considerable amount of time to do. This therapeutic dimension to the kitchen rug is true especially if ones kitchen floor is made of non-wood. Choose a rug that gives you the most comfort. Non-rough materials especially materials that are light to the touch is recommended. To recap, the best kitchen rug one can choose is the rug that is machine washable, has a lively theme that matches the vibrancy of the kitchen and one that has a good light touch to your fingers. Getting the right rug would surely make your kitchen experience an everyday delight.
Although it may seem counterintuitive to place a rug in a kitchen, there are several distinct advantages to placing an area rug in this vital room! While rugs are often shunned in this work space because of the fear that they will "collect dirt," people spend a tremendous amount of time in the kitchen-mostly standing on their feet! Not only does a kitchen rug add a delightful, inviting feel to the "heart of the home," but a rug underfoot can help ease many of the common physical ailments that can result from prolonged periods of standing. If a kitchen has hard flooring, such as stone or ceramic tile, then its even more important that theres some cushion in the work zones and prep areas.
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