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Choosing a rug for your home conjures up many decorating questions. You want to be sure it fits your motif and covers the floors adequately. A lot of the options are subjective and based on your preferences. Consider these decorating tips to help determine the size of rug you need.
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Expose the flooring underneath, especially if it’s a high-quality specialty flooring like a designer tile, trendy bamboo or hardwood floor. You want to show off the floor as much as the rug. How much you expose depends on the purpose. Create a conversation area with a rug that frames a sofa and chair area with plenty of foot space. Dining room or kitchen tables need 24-36 inches beyond the table and chairs to ensure the chairs don’t wobble when they’re pushed back. By allowing some of the floor to be visible, the rug serves as a complement in the room’s layout.
Measure the space you need to cover. Unless you want to pay for custom rugs, find a rug in a standard size that comes closest to those measurements. Standard rug sizes of 9X12, 8X10 and 6X9 will provide you lots of choices in patterns, textures and colors. Big rooms need big rugs. Small spaces need small rugs.
What about small and narrow spaces? Sometimes there isn’t enough room to allow floor space to be exposed or for the rug to extend beyond furniture. In this case, find the closest size that fits your area and look for a flat-weave design. This allows the furniture to rest securely on the rug. If you get a thick shag or a plush rug, chairs or tables could wobble. Without extra space to set them outside of the rug, you’ll want to make sure the furniture is stable.
Big spaces require big rugs that typically cost more than smaller rugs. Consider using long and narrow rug runners in your bedrooms. This gives you comfort when you step out of bed and all the decorative benefits of a rug without the expense of large area rug. No one sees under the bed, so if the rug doesn’t reach underneath, it doesn’t hurt the room aesthetically.
Regardless of the size of rug you choose for the rooms in your home, think about putting a smaller rug pad underneath. These are inexpensive and keep the rugs from slipping. This is key for rugs covering slick areas like tile, wood and vinyl flooring. It’s also a safety factor in high traffic areas like foyers, hallways and family rooms. You can buy rolls of runners and cut it to fit the rug leaving about an inch clearance so it isn’t visible.
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- 4. Types of Introductions Funnel Introduction: Begins with one or two general sentences about the topic. Sentences become increasingly focused on the topic. Ends with your thesis statement.
- 5. Types of Introductions Funnel Introduction:
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- 7. Thesis Statement The Thesis Statement: is the most important sentence in the introduction. states the specific topic of the essay. sometimes lists the subtopics that will be discussed in the body. sometimes indicates the pattern of organization that the essay will follow.
- 8. Thesis Statement: Is the most important sentence in the introduction. Native Americans have made many valuable contributions to modern U.S. culture. The large movement of people from rural to urban areas has major effects on cities.
- 9. Thesis Statement: Sometimes lists the subtopics that will be discussed in the body. Native Americans have made many valuable contributions to modern U.S. culture, particularly in the areas of language, art, food, and government. The large movement of people from rural to urban areas has major effects on a city’s ability to provide housing, employment, and adequate sanitation services.
- 10. Thesis Statement: Sometimes indicates the pattern of organization that the essay will follow. When buying a used car, use these four strategies to get the best price. There are several differences between a nurse practitioner and a physician’s assistant.
- 11. Thesis Statement: Common Thesis Statement Pitfalls. Problem 1: The thesis is too general. Problem 2: The thesis makes a simple announcement. Problem 3: The thesis states the obvious
- 12. Thesis Statement: The thesis is too general. Too general: A college education is a good investment. Improved: A college education is a good investment for four reasons. Too general: Lasers are very useful. Improved: Lasers have several applications in industry and medicine.
- 13. Thesis Statement: The thesis makes a simple announcement. Announcement: I am going to write about sports injuries. Improved: Avoid sports injuries by taking a few simple precautions.
- 14. Thesis Statement: The thesis states an obvious fact. Obvious fact: The internet is a communication superhighway. Improved: The explosion of the internet has had both positive and negative consequences.
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- 16. Logical Division of Ideas Good Thesis Statements: Native Americans have made valuable contributions to modern U.S. culture in four main areas. Native Americans have made valuable contributions to modern U.S. culture, particularly in the areas of language, art, food and government.
- 17. Transitions Between Paragraphs Linking paragraphs with transitions helps your reader to see how subtopics are related. Transitions may be: A single word A phrase A dependent clause that repeats or summarizes the preceding paragraph.
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rug and carpet , any decorative textile normally made of a thick material and now usually intended as a floor covering . Until the 19th century the word carpet was used for any cover, such as a table cover or wall hanging; since the introduction of machine-made products, however, it has been used almost exclusively for a floor covering. Both in Great Britain and in the United States the word rug is often used for a partial floor covering as distinguished from carpet, which frequently is tacked down to the floor and usually covers it wall-to-wall. In reference to handmade carpets, however, the names rug and carpet are used interchangeably.
Handmade carpets are works of art as well as functional objects. Indeed, many Oriental carpets have reached such heights of artistic expression that they have been held in the same regard in the East as objects of exceptional beauty and luxury that masterpieces of painting have been in the West.
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Designs usually consist of an inner field—the pattern in the centre of the carpet—and a border. The latter serves, like the cornice on a building or the frame on a picture, to emphasize the limits, isolate the field, and sometimes control the implied movements of the interior pattern. The design of inner field and border must harmonize pleasingly, yet remain distinct.
The border consists of a minimum of three elements: a main band, which varies greatly in width according to the size of the rug and the elaborateness of the field design, and inner and outer guard stripes, subordinate bands on either side of the main band. The guard stripes may be the same on both sides of the main band or be different. The most common decoration for the field is an allover pattern, a panel composition , or a medallion system. The allover pattern may be of identical repeats ( see photograph ), either juxtaposed or evenly spaced, though the latter, while common on textiles, is rare on carpets; or it may be of varied motifs in a unified system (e.g., different plant forms of about the same size), but even this freest type of design almost invariably includes bilaterally balanced repetitions. The varied motif type of design is found most typically in garden carpets , formalized representations of the parks or woods that were a feature of Persian palace grounds.
Another type of allover design appears to be entirely free but is actually organized on systems of scrolling stems, notably on the east Persian carpets of the 16th and 17th centuries.
The value of panel subdivisions for controlling patterns had been discovered in a simple rectangular version by the Upper Paleolithic Period ( c. 40,000 bc ), and panel systems have been a basic form of design since 4000 bc , when pottery painters were already devising varied systems. On carpets, the lattice provides the simplest division of the field, often a diagonal lattice as appears on an embroidered carpet found in an excavated tomb (1st century bc –1st century ad ) at Noin Ula in northern Mongolia; the diagonal scheme also appears on Sāsānian capitals and in Coptic tapestries. But a characteristic field design of the Persian court carpets of the Shāh ʿAbbās period, the so-called vase pattern , is constructed from the ogee, a motif that became prominent in Middle Eastern textile design in the 14th century. Simple rectangular paneling—really a large-scale check—is typical of one style of Spanish rugs of the 15th and 16th centuries.
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