It's important to create a fun theme for your children's room and what better way to do this than with a modern, vibrant, exciting rug that they can play with.
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It is important to create a fun theme for your children's room and what better way to do it than with a modern, vibrant, exciting carpet that they can play with. The texture and warmth of a rug on which a child spends most of his time playing will remain in his memory, even as time passes.
Assessing which children's rug is the most suitable for a room is a difficult judgment given the vast collection of colorful characters, designs and patterns. To help you make the right choice, alp_carpets has put together some helpful tips for choosing the right rug for your child's room.
How to choose a rug for a children's room?
Children's rugs allow children to play softly and comfortably in their room. Plus, they dampen noise and add color to your youth room.
The first thing to consider when choosing a rug for a children's room is its size and shape. You need to assess how large the area intended for the carpet will be. Generally speaking, the area where the carpet in a room is placed is usually about 60 cm smaller than the length and width of the room. In addition, you can play with the place where the mat will be placed, that is, decide if it will be the reading area, play area, or any other place.
If you have a small space or room, a round and colorful rug can be ideal for these cases. Round rugs are suitable for breaking symmetrical lines and softening the corners of a children's room.
What material should a children's rug be made of?
The material of a rug is one of the most important things to consider before purchasing a rug for your child's room. There are different types of materials such as cotton, wool, silk or synthetics. While synthetic rugs are cheaper, handmade wool or other natural fiber rugs are the best long-term option. It has been studied that the stain resistance capacity is usually 30% higher in carpets made of wool or natural materials than those made of synthetic materials. This is because the natural lanolin in wool helps stop the development of stains and dirt.
In addition to the rug being fun and attractive to your child, it needs to be safe. Children can fall or slip, so it is important to consider the thickness of the mat. The thicker the rugs, the greater the cushioning and will help you better prevent potential injuries.
Although ultimately it is the parents who decide which rug will go in their child's room, it is important to make sure that your child feels that their opinion is taken into account, appreciated and valued. If you need some kind of inspiration you can look at our available designs: Globus, Borriquito and Caramelos. You can combine the design of the rug with the colors or materials that best suit your room. The custom design possibilities are very wide with the aim that you can choose the best children's rug for your child.