Multi purpose Mats

SKU: 1060447
149 99 RM
SKU: 1060449
149 99 RM


Indoor Rugs: More Than Just Decoration, but Also Versatile

Indoor rugs are another piece of furniture that many people prefer to use for decorating the floors of their homes and enhancing the beauty and luxury of various rooms, such as the living room, playroom, dining room, and bedroom. Indoor rugs also come with many beneficial properties. Some households choose to purchase indoor rugs to protect against stains and trap dust. At the same time, opting for thicker indoor rugs can help absorb sound, and maintain temperature, and are suitable for use in entertainment rooms equipped with TVs, audio systems, and home theaters. Additionally, they provide a soft touch and can reduce impact to a certain extent. For these reasons, it can be said that indoor rugs are not just for decoration but...

Indoor rugs can be categorized into four main types:

Large Area Rugs: These are often used as floor coverings for decorating various rooms like the living room, playroom, or bedroom.

Small Area Rugs: These are thinner and smaller and are suitable for specific areas, such as entryways to various rooms.

Shag Rugs: These are thicker and have good water-absorbing properties.

Rolled Rugs: These are versatile and are commonly used in various locations such as hotels, resorts, guest rooms, meeting rooms, or general office buildings.

Factors to Consider When Buying Indoor Rugs for Practical Use

When choosing indoor rugs for your home, consider the color tones that match your interior decor style as the rug's pattern and color can define the tone of your house. Also, take into account the intended use, such as selecting dark-colored or heavily patterned indoor rugs to reduce the visibility of dust and pet hair in homes with children or pets. Alternatively, choose medium-toned indoor rugs that are neither too dark nor too light for spaces where you want to make a bold statement. Additionally, pay attention to the thickness of the rug's fibers, as high-quality indoor rugs typically have at least 3-4 fibers per inch, and the density of the woven fibers can be observed by examining the spacing between them. If there is almost no gap, it indicates a high-quality rug. Finally, when evaluating indoor rugs, consider their weight, with a higher net weight often indicating better quality.


If you are currently in search of indoor rugs, whether they are large area rugs, small area rugs, shag rugs, or rolled rugs, you can explore and shop for them at HomePro. Visit your nearest HomePro branch or browse and shop online at HomePro Online, the home furnishings and decor center. For more information, you can also contact the HomePro Call Center at 1-800-28-2268.