Rugs are a great way to make your home welcoming and comfortable while adding visual depth and texture to the space. There are a wide variety of rug styles to choose from that will add to the overall design of your living space. However, shag rugs have been elevating comfort in bedrooms and living rooms for years. While shag rugs hit its peak in the ’60s and ’70s, it’s making a modern comeback. Here are some reasons you should consider adding a luxurious shag rug to your home!
Comfort, Warmth, & Style
Adding a shag rug offers another level of luxurious comfort to any room. From the plush feeling under your feet when you first get out of bed to the comfort after a long day on your feet, shag carpets can't be beaten. Not only does the plush style and texture add to the energy of the room, but it keeps your feet warm and cushioned from the floor. The longer piles create a plush surface, making the room feel warmer and more inviting with every step.
This style of rug can add the perfect level of comfort to any room, from living rooms and hang-out spaces to reading nooks and bedrooms. Shag rugs also offer visual interest to any space. They are diverse in style, design, and size, meaning you can find one that matches any aesthetic you’re trying to achieve. From more utilitarian and sleek styles to eclectic designs, guests will be impressed by your new shag area rug.
They Are Versatile
You don't have to feel limited because you seek out the comfort of a Shag area rug. Our collection of shag rugs is also versatile. Our selection offers interesting colors and unique designs. You can find neutral-tone shags that fit with the color and energy of any room or opt for fun and funky designs that are going to make a statement.
Knowing what sort of rug you want can make a big difference in the selection process. Taking the time to look at a few different styles of a shag area rug, figuring out how thick you want it to be, how long you want the shag to be, what shape and more can help you get an idea of what type of rug you want and what type of rug is going to work best in your space and your home.