Why Don’t You…?

… layer your rugs?

Pattern-mixing is a surefire way to bring personality and character to any space, but most of us stop with the obvious elements: mixing patterned throw pillows, upholstered textures and artwork. Why not take it a step further and layer two patterned rugs for a unique, eclectic look?


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Patterned Floors: Two Ways

When it comes to flooring, you can do one of two things: (1) go big, or (2) go home. But the good news? Either option can make for a beautiful space. Take a look at these two rooms, both using a gray/white patterned floor, but in very different ways:

Image Credit: Linda Bergroth via Annie Decor

In the photo above, the patterned floor is the star of the show. By keeping the walls, tiling and fixtures a neutral white (with natural accents), the floor can truly pop. Yet in the below photo, a gray and white floor blends into a space full of varied patterns and textures, creating a whimsical, eclectic aesthetic…


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FLOR story: Music to Our Ears

We love to hear when one of our customers falls in love with their FLOR. Check out how Lisa used Short Shag and Velvet Twist  to create the perfect rug for her not-so-perfectly-shaped space.


Dear Flor,

 Attached is the rug I designed for my piano room.  The room has angled walls, and your square rug concept allowed me to create a rug that not only match the space with regard to color, but also match the shape.  Only Flor could have made this rug perfect for my space.  The checkerboard pattern of flat and shag carpet is elegant and unique.  And the boarder is just amazing.  We love the rug and Flor.  We currently have three Flor rugs and are working on the fourth right now.  

 Thank you,

 Lisa K

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