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Cottage rugs range in mood and style from rustic to elegant. Some stand out because of their texture, while others have sea or forest motifs in the pattern. While many of these rugs are rectangular, they may come in any shape. A cottage rug may be a small scatter mat or a large area rug. The rug may be a solid color, but many Cottage Rugs are multi-colored.
On beach-themed cottage rugs, the colors are more likely to be in sea, sand and sky colors.
Solid color Cottage Rugs include those made of natural fibers such as sisal or jute. These cottage rug types are usually in light to medium shades that coordinate well with wicker and the casual wood tones or white paint of rustic living. Unlike pile or braided cottage rug types, sisal or jute varieties are often suitable for placing under a dining table.
Rag rugs are a classic type of multi-colored cottage rug. Strips of solid and often patterned cloth are braided before being stitched together in a coiled circle, oval or other shape. Braided rag cottage rug have a very rustic look and are ideal for almost any type of cabin home to add a casual, country appeal. Oriental cottage rug styles also typically have softer colors, but they also usually have interesting texture with raised sections as well.
High pile and low color solid rugs, made from either natural or synthetic fibers, may be used in cottage living spaces. Some people prefer lower pile cottage rugs, as they can be easier to clean and maintain than high pile types. Large area rugs are typically used for living areas, while smaller sizes are placed beside beds or in the kitchen near the sink area.