Flooring
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When it comes to selecting the right color rug, you’ll want to ensure it works well with your white couch. So what color rug goes with a white couch? There are generally three primary color schemes that are compatible with white couches.

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White tile flooring never goes out of style thanks to its fresh and calming feel. When you choose white tile for your kitchen floor, it can give this room an airy and spacious feel, and since white is such a versatile color, it goes with just about any other cabinet color.

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Using a rug in a living room is a great way to define the seating space and visually separate it from other areas in the room. A rug will also add a softer touch, both physically and from a style perspective, if you have a wooden or tile floor. For this reason, rugs are commonly used underneath or in front of sofas and armchairs. As the two items will be in such close proximity to each other, it’s important that the colors of each one are complimentary. Here we will be looking at rug colors that will work well with a blue couch.

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If you are renovating your staircase, you are likely to face the decision of choosing between matching the stair flooring to either the downstairs or the upstairs of the home. This will be an easy call if your upstairs and downstairs both have the same flooring, but in many homes, the upstairs and downstairs flooring will be different.

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If you have a room with painted or wallpapered blue walls and would like to benefit from the cozy feel of carpet underneath your feet, then you’ll need to think about the colors of carpet which will compliment your blue walls.

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Green is a very on-trend color in interior design right now, and it can be used in so many ways and in various styles. Soft sage greens can be used in casual or contemporary decor, while deep emerald greens are great for achieving a more luxurious style.

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In a smartly designed modern or traditional style kitchen, the cabinetry and flooring represent the key elements within this room’s overall design. If you want to create a balanced and cohesive feel in a kitchen with dark cabinet colors, you must pay attention to the color of your wood flooring. When chosen effectively, savvy color palettes will transform your culinary space and become a huge selling point.

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As gray has become embedded in interior design as one of the most popular new neutrals, there has been a drastic rise in gray flooring surfaces being chosen in homes of all styles. Knowing which color furniture to use with gray flooring can be tricky because gray is a flooring color that many people haven’t dealt with before, as up until recently, beige and brown were the most popular floor color choices.

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Hardwood flooring is a popular choice for a modern or traditional home thanks to the warmth it brings to bedrooms, living rooms and dining rooms. Hardwood flooring is a healthier alternative to tiles as it doesn’t trap dust or dirt. There is no denying the aesthetic beauty, durability and functionality of hardwood flooring. If you’ve opted for this type of flooring, it means you’ve preferred comfort and sustainability over tiles or marble.

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Grey is a timeless, classic color with numerous shades that fit any interior decor style. When chosen as flooring, grey laminate, hardwood or tile floors have a shiny appearance to enhance natural light and make the room feel airy. Even scratches or stains blend in better on grey floors, hence the reason many homeowners prefer this color for their living room flooring.

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Designing the interior and decorating your home can be a fun and creative experience. Essentially you can choose whichever colors you like in your own property, but for a result that can be widely appreciated, you should follow some basic interior design principles which exist to make decorating easier for DIYers.

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When it comes to renovating a kitchen, it’s helpful to understand some basic interior design guidelines so that you can achieve a stylish look you are pleased with. If you are opting for wooden floors, you can fall into the trap of trying to match them to the wooden cabinets, but this will not give a good result.