Area rugs are very important in interior design! They anchor the room by providing a backdrop for your furniture. Often times without them, the furniture seems to float. Area rugs are also a great way to incorporate more color, pattern, and texture into your space. They give rooms a more cohesive and finished appearance.
Aside from beauty, area rugs are very functional. They are great for absorbing sound, especially in an area with hardwood or tile floors. They also provide an element of softness to break up the space.
At Mizells, we are proud to have a huge selection of area rugs for all of your needs! Our professional staff will assist you in selecting the perfect rug for your home (we’ll even deliver it). Our rug collections include: Karastan, Nourison, Company C, Shaw Living, Jaipur, Dalyn, Loloi, Surya, Sphinx, 828, Dash & Albert, and more!
We have a large selection of area rugs that are marked with reduced prices…. 30%, 40%, and even 50% off! Sizes range from 3×5’s to 8×10’s, in a variety of styles and colors. Come in today to check our clearance rug section and go home with a beautiful bargain!
Hand-made rugs have a certain built-in value that rank them above the machine-made products. The labor that goes into creating Hand-made rugs makes them more costly and in turn, result in a product with higher expectations of both care and quality. Hand-made carpets involve an endless series of choices and decisions, minor twists and turns, that collectively give the piece its unique personality and presence, something that even the finest machine made carpet lacks.
Machine-Made rugs are generally made from the same materials as hand-made rugs: wool, silk, and cotton, often of high quality. The standards of fabrication may also be high, and consistently so. But machine made rugs are mechanical in their execution, and often in their design as well. They are generally lower in cost because they are produced in larger quantities. In addition to the fibers mentioned above, some machine-made rugs are made with polypropolene, olefin and other synthetic fibers.