Living Room Area Rugs – A carpet adds a touch of color, style, and comfort in your living room. There is also a practical side of these rugs; placed in high traffic areas of the room, which avoid extra wear on the floor or carpet. Placing a carpet in a living room is not difficult, but it is easier if you give yourself time to plan the exact place you want the carpet.
Use a non-slip mat for the carpet. Even if you are going to put the carpet on top of the siding, a non-slip mat will help keep the carpet in place so you will not have to adjust all the time. Move furniture’s, such as coffee tables, magazine holders or any other furniture out of the way. Sweep or vacuum the floor. After you have decided exactly where you want the carpet, put the non-slip mat in the area for the first time.
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Place the carpet on the top of the non-slip mat. If it is a large carpet area that is rolled up, it unwinds gently on the carpet. Adjust the edges and fringes of the carpet (if applicable) and step back to take a look at it. If you are in the place you want, smooth it with your hands. As if soften the sheets on the bed, and then return the furniture to its places.
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