Lamontagne. Kitchen Rugs. August 10th , 2017.
Your kitchen is one room that you may have a hard time keeping clean. This is where a lot of people walk, and of course, where a lot of people in your home will eat. Additionally, the kitchen is where all the food is prepared. If you are tired of dropping food, grease, and everything else on your kitchen floor, look into adding a rug. You can lay it in the area that sees the most dirt, and in turn, solve your problem once and for all. Not to mention the fact that this will keep your primary surface much cleaner. With the use of a rug you can make your kitchen look better, while adding some functionality at the same time. There is no reason that you should not consider what kitchen rugs can do for you. The benefits are many, and millions of homeowners are taking advantage. Are you going to be next? Or are you going to continue to live with your drab, and often times, dirty kitchen?
In the market are all kinds of kitchen rugs. There is one in particular that I was reading about in one of my favorite sites called anti fatigue kitchen rug. There are rugs available for every room and they come with a special floor gel that is sure to reduce the discomfort that comes with standing on hard floors. They reduce pain causing pressure by absorbing shock. Their revolutionary gel filled core does these jobs. It has a durable synthetic leather surface that is easy to clean. It is also stain resistant. Its non slip bottom keeps the rug in place. It has a bacteria killing additive that kill mildew and mold.
While it is true that a kitchen floor receives a good deal of dirt and debris, simply selecting a washable or stain-resistant fiber will remove concerns about an area rugs practicality in the kitchen. Indoor/Outdoor fibers are an excellent choice, as are synthetic blends, jute, sisal, and even wool! Any of these options will be either easy to clean or stain repellant. In selecting a kitchen area rug, be sure to choose a low pile. Densely piled rugs, such as Berber, are good for kitchens. Area rugs constructed from woven natural fibers, such as jute or sisal, are also compatible with kitchen use. Cut pile or shag carpets are the only varieties that should be avoided; their deep, plush construction makes them likely to collect crumbs and increase kitchen cleaning duties. On the other hand, woven, looped, or low pile area rugs will need little more than a quick shake to clean and refresh them. Whatever material is chosen for a kitchen area rug, its very important that the rug has a properly sized non-slip rug pad. Not only will the rug pad give a little extra padding for those working and walking in the kitchen, but its the best way to ensure that a kitchen accent rug provides both visual interest and sure footing.
It is no surprise that the kitchen is often the focal point of many of the decorating and renovations that take place in a home, and the reason it happens is very simple, on average a woman spends two-thirds of her time in her home, in the kitchen. She may be cooking, cleaning or simply sitting helping her kids do homework, but she spends a lot of time in that room. It is no wonder we all want our kitchen to be as welcoming and comfortable as we can possibly make it. It is also no wonder why the kitchen often has so much character and life in it. If that is something you feel your kitchen is lacking, it may be time to spice it up a little bit with a coffee kitchen rug.
Country theme kitchens are a rage. The charm, simplicity and innocence of the outback are brought to life with them. Country kitchen rugs can set the mood for such a country kitchen. Youd be surprised at the options available these days. Colours and patterns are aplenty. Mix and match colours of your curtains with your country kitchen rugs. Decorate with some interesting wooden accessories and while you are at it why not add elegance with some unusual country-inspired pottery. You can decide on the look that instantly makes you think of grandmas cooking back in the country.
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