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You won’t be singing the blues when you see our wide range of ice blue, aqua, sapphire, and slate colored rugs. Choose from our solid handknotted rugs in lapis, sky and rain; a blurred ikat inspired aqua flower, or a designer rug shot thru with a streak of ice blue silk. The luxurious Tibetan wool we use on all our handknotted rugs locks the color into our beautiful blues. From the palest almost-white hue to the most kinetic slash of electric blue, we have the perfect shade for you. Use blue in your décor to create a little bit of sky at your feet.
Decorating with blue rugs allows you to give rooms a fresh look with this cool color. Beloved by ancient civilizations to the present day, this enduring color takes a busy room to calm, cool and groovy. A blue carpet is a decorating win-win: not only does it make a beautiful base for room, there is evidence from science that it is a calming shade, making you relax as though you were looking out at the ocean or a river.
Get decorating with blue area rugs by choosing the right tone for your rooms, and picking complementary colors that really work to make the most of your chosen blue carpet.
If your room faces north or east, it may lack warm daylight, so choosing blue rugs that have warm tones (think teal) will keep it feeling welcoming; if your room faces south or west, it will receive warmer light, so you may pick cooler ice blue tones.
Do you want your room to feel cozy or airy? Dark blue rugs make a room feel more intimate, especially in the evening, compared with lighter blue area rugs.
Blues are perfect for mixing in your overall plan for interior design. Try a sumptuous layering of texture and pattern, each featuring a blue carpet with similar, complementary tones.
Most colors go well with a blue carpet, although introducing warmer shades, such as yellow, orange and red will add warmth and you may place blue rugs with white to generate an elegant, restful room with the presence of natural daylight. Another color to put with blue carpets is one from the range of neutrals and naturals – including brown and black. The one color to avoid is gray, which can make a blue area rug feel too cold.