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How to Best Use Area Rugs under 4 Feet Wide
Sometimes, you have a small room that needs a small rug. And sometimes, you live in a small space like an apartment, but you still want to be able to decorate your floors beautifully. Whatever your specific needs might be, an area rug under 4’ in width can help you make the most of your space. These smaller rugs may either be small squares or circles, or they might be long, thin rectangles. Whichever version you choose to use, don’t be put off by their small sizes! You can create truly beautiful spaces that are sure to leave your friends and family in awe of your decorating skills even if you limit yourself to rugs under 4’.
Living Room Uses for Area Rugs Under 4 Feet
You might not think of your living room as a great place for smaller rugs like these, but don’t worry! If you want to create an original space that’s sure to stand out from your neighbors’, you can do all that and so much more with a small rug. Try a 2’ x 6’, 2’ x 8’, or 2’ x 12’ runner rug to separate your living room area from the dining room or bar in an open concept home. This can also be a good way to invite guests into your home by spreading a long runner rug from your front door directly into your living room space. Depending on the layout of your room, you might want to use a rug like this between your sofa and coffee table, too.
A 3’ x 7’ rectangle rug can go a long way toward closing in open space in a smaller living room. Spread a rug like this under your coffee table to bring a little more color and style to this part of your room, or place it between your sofa and television and use it without a coffee table at all. For smaller spaces, pick smaller modern patterns, single solid colors, or striped rugs for best results.
Using Rugs Under 4’ in the Dining Room
While your first instinct might be to go for something larger in your dining room—and many traditional dining rooms do incorporate very large area rugs—you can put together a unique style all your own by sticking to smaller rugs in your dining area. Try a 2’ x 10’ rug runner alongside your dining room table for a beautiful look that treads the line between elegant and casual. A 3’ x 6’ or 2’ x 4’ area rug can be a great way to close in the space between your table and the rest of the dining room, especially if it’s a smaller part of your home.
One excellent way to create a contemporary design with lots of pops of color to work with is to use a few 2’ round rugs to spice up your dining room. Think of these rugs like little bubbles of color that you can spread wherever you like on the floor. Pick round rugs in black, white, and red for a popular modern color scheme, or try blue, green, and purple for a cool and comfortable dining space.
How to Use Rugs Under 4’ in the Kitchen
Little rugs look great in any kitchen! Depending on the shape and size of your kitchen, you might be able to fit just one or two of these rugs, or you might want to use a handful throughout the space to liven it up. Try a 2’ x 3’ or 2’ x 4’ rug in front of your sink for a comfortable place to stand. Select one in a rectangle shape for something that still gets the job done right. 3’ x 4’ and 2’ x 5’ area rugs can look amazing in the entrance to your kitchen, especially if it’s separated from the rest of the home by a wall.
On the other hand, if you have an open concept home with the kitchen attached to the living room, dining room, or both, you can incorporate a smaller 2’ x 8’ runner rug to help visually separate these parts of your house from each other. Choose a runner in a solid color or one with just a couple of differently-colored stripes to tie the theme of your kitchen in with the look of the other rooms it’s connected to.
Can Rugs Under 4’ be Used in Bedrooms?
Although you might not be able to create a classically elegant style bedroom without using a large area rug as a centerpiece, you can still make your bedroom come alive when you incorporate 2’ x 3’ or 2’ x 5’ rugs into your design ideas. These small rugs look great at the foot of your bed, next to the bed by your night stand, or even in front of your closet door. Choose solid colors to match the colors in your bedspread for maximum effect. You can also select braided rugs for this purpose and help cultivate a country style in your bedroom.
In a kids’ room, a 3’ x 3’ rectangle rug or a 3 foot round rug is a good place to give your child a little room to play on the floor even in a smaller space. This can also be a fun way for your child to help choose a decorative part of his or her bedroom without having to commit to a strange paint color a bedspread you wouldn’t normally select! Let your child have fun picking a bright solid-color shag rug in a small size, and it can soon become a favorite part of his or her room.
With a rug under 4’ in width, you can make a small space really pop or even draw attention to certain parts of a larger room with ease. There are a lot of options out there when it comes to these smaller rugs, so you don’t have to feel limited to simple small squares or little rectangular rugs, either. If you’re trying to create a traditional space, you can incorporate small rugs with oriental style designs to call to mind larger, similar rugs. On the other hand, for a more contemporary experience, try using rugs made of unique materials to achieve the look you want. Small 3 x 5 outdoor rugs, for example, can make any room look like a vacation destination if you use them the right way!
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