Elevate Your Culinary Space with Kitchen Rugs
Enhance your culinary haven and infuse a touch of comfort and style with the versatility of kitchen rugs. As the heart of your home, your culinary space deserves a functional yet aesthetically pleasing makeover that can be achieved by carefully selecting the perfect rug.
From adding a cozy underfoot sensation to protecting your floors from everyday spills and foot traffic, kitchen area rugs offer a delightful blend of form and function. Let's embark on a journey to elevate your culinary space with the seamless integration of exquisite rugs that cater to both your practical needs and artistic desires.
Types of Kitchen Rugs
The Cyrus Artisan Rugs showroom is the biggest in the Midwest, with over 13,000 sq. ft. of gallery space. Browse our extensive selection of handmade rugs to find a piece that perfectly complements your space.
The pieces in our inventory come in various styles, including traditional, tribal, and contemporary. You can expect various color combinations to complement your interior, such as grey tones, blue/rust, ivory, and black/pink. Our bespoke rugs are also available in different dimensions to fit your culinary space, from rectangular carpets to kitchen runner rugs.
Choosing the Right Kitchen Rug
Here are some tips on adding a touch of elegance and sophistication to your kitchen.
It’s best to opt for materials that can withstand the demands of a kitchen, such as wool and cotton. Look for handmade rugs as they are crafted durably and can handle high foot traffic and occasional spills.
Moreover, consider getting low piles or flatweaves, as they are easier to clean and less likely to trap dirt and crumbs. They are also less likely to be a tripping hazard. For additional protection, get a carpet with a non-slip backing or place a rug pad underneath to prevent slipping, especially on smooth kitchen floors.
You can’t forget your modern rug’s size, color, and pattern. Measure where to place the rug and get a piece with the appropriate dimensions. A common rule of thumb is to leave at least six inches of floor space around its edges to create a balanced look. It must also complement your kitchen’s color scheme and style, whether it stands out and becomes a focal point or blends in with its neutral-colored surface.
Kitchen Rugs: Care and Maintenance
The most straightforward way to maintain your kitchen rug is with regular vacuuming, as it removes dirt, crumbs, and debris. Use a beater bar or brush attachment to ensure thorough cleaning, especially for carpets with a deep pile.
We also recommend immediately attending to spills and stains to prevent them from setting. Blot the spill with a clean cloth or paper towel to absorb as much liquid as possible. You may also use a mild detergent diluted with water to clean the stained area gently. Avoid using harsh cleaning agents as they may cause more damage.
Allow your designer rug to air dry completely before placing them back in your kitchen. Hang it over a railing or line, or lay it flat on a clean surface. Avoid using sunlight to help in drying as it can cause fading of colors.
Consider having your luxury rug professionally cleaned at least once a year, especially if they have deep stains or are heavily soiled. Having an expert cleaner care for your kitchen area rug removes embedded dirt and can restore it to its original appearance.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I place a kitchen rug in front of the sink and stove?
Placing a rug in front of the sink and stove can be practical. Kitchen area rugs can add a sense of comfort and protect your feet while standing for extended periods.
However, choosing a rug made of durable and easy-to-clean materials is essential to withstand spills and stains in these high-traffic areas.
What size of kitchen rug should I choose?
The size of the bespoke rug depends on the available space and your preferences. Runner rugs for kitchens are ideal for placing in front of the sink and stove because of the length of these areas. For under the dining table or island, choose a rug large enough to accommodate all the chairs, even when pulled out.
Can I place a kitchen rug on a hardwood floor?
Yes, kitchen area rugs can be placed on hardwood floors to add warmth and style. To protect your hardwood floor, choose a rug with a non-slip backing or use a rug pad underneath.
Regularly check the rug and floor to ensure no moisture is trapped underneath that may damage the wood.
Create Balance in Your Home with Kitchen Rugs
Enhance your kitchen's aesthetic and comfort with our artisan kitchen rugs. Beyond decor, these rugs bring balance by defining spaces and providing cushioning during meal prep. Explore a diverse selection of styles and sizes, each crafted for durability and easy maintenance. Achieve practical elegance and transform your kitchen into a harmonious haven, with nationwide shipping available, including Minneapolis, MN.
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