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Blue Rugs

Blue is one of the most popular colours in modern interior design, and blue living room ideas abound for good reason. Blue colour psychology is beneficial, contributing to feelings of serenity, calmness, and stability. Blue and light blue living room ideas are perfect for making the most of this wonderful colour in your space.

It's a great idea to hang blue rugs that depict beautiful colour trends on your walls. Make a focal point in your living room with this idea. Beautiful dark-coloured antique carpets can also be hung on walls as a conversation piece. Simply hang them where you would normally hang paintings on the wall. Small, dark-coloured rugs can help to make a small room appear larger. Small blue rugs can be used in entryways or under furniture. One of the keys to using rugs to create the illusion of more space in a room is to leave more of the floor exposed rather than covering the majority of the floor with rugs.

You can also give a bright look to your living room by using a complementary palette of blue, yellow, white, and tan to create an exciting blue living room rug aesthetic. On the colour wheel, complementary colours are opposite each other, and the best options for blue are orange and yellow. They work best when used in small doses, as seen here. As the primary pop of colour, use a blue couch with a yellow throw and a blue and yellow pillow. It also makes use of layered rugs to add texture and keep the space interesting.

A large blue rug anchors the room while adding a splash of colour to break up the neutral tones. This is an excellent approach for a living room where neutral colours dominate. Try incorporating a blue area rug into a room that is otherwise decorated in earthy neutrals. The dark blue area rug adds a sense of calm to the room, which has a soft, neutral-based colour palette throughout. The space's traditional styling complements the elegant design and dynamic texture of an oriental-inspired area rug. If you want to replicate the look, place a large deep blue rug in the centre of your living room, under the front legs of the sofa.

Using light, airy colours for rugs and accent colours is another way to create the illusion of more space. Both beige rugs and light earthy colours are excellent choices. Decorate with blue rug by dividing large, open floor plans. To distinguish between the living and eating areas, place blue rugs beneath a dining table. To help define various spaces in a room, use rugs in each space, such as one with a subtle pattern in the office space, one in the living space, and one with a geometric pattern or other busier patterns in the play area. In large, open rooms, the placement of rugs is determined by the furniture arrangement. Get your hands on these now!

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