Shop By Mood, Happy Colorful Rugs That Will Lighten Up Your Room
When it comes to the world of interior design, it all begins with a rug. One of the more effective and quick ways to create a specific feel or mood would be to start with a rug and build up from there. If you’re looking for a happy room, get happy colorful rugs! What makes an antique rug happy are the bright colors, rich tones, and eccentric designs that give it a youthful personality.
Look for these traits to find colorful happy rugs that will create a cheerful and exciting foundation for your room.
Happy Colorful Rugs With Bright Geometric Patterns
Most vintage Moroccan rugs have love-able personalities. The abstract tribal designs are fun to look at and the bright colors and shapes pop with positivity. In this Moroccan rug the orange and yellow tones melt together to look like a splendid sunset. The crisscrossing lines are youthful and exciting. Another aspect that makes this rug just as happy is the long shag! Vintage shag rugs are magical in that they automatically elicit feelings of warmth and happiness. Get one for a fun living room with other accessories and bright happy rug colors.
Rare and Happy Rug Colors
This antique Oushak is another beautiful and mood-lifting antique rug. The bright blue background is rare in antiques and adds to the mystical effect of this rug. In the middle is a carefully woven octofoil medallion. The center of which is outlined in bright red lines and gold patterns giving it a youthful heart. This is a breath-taking rug that will look complete in any setting.
Happy and Colorful Floral Rug Motifs
This is an expansive Sultanabad carpet. It’s impressive size, beautiful variety of flowers combined with the pops of greens and blues elicits warm feelings to the viewer of this wonderful Persian rug. This beautiful jewel tone color rug is woven art and it’s airy beauty makes it an elegantly colorful and happy rug.
Colorful and Happy Tree of Life Rug Symbolism
Happy and Colorful Rugs With Primitive Patterns
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