Little by little we are saying goodbye to the hot months, and now that winter is coming, something that cannot be missing in the bedrooms of each home is carpets. They are a basic element that besides being an important part of the decoration, it brings warmth to the room and prevents us from getting cold feet every time we get out of bed. Bedroom rugs can also help us hide stains or scratches on the floor that are impossible to remove or repair, and also can be used to delimit certain spaces.
The bedroom rugs are divided into two groups, the natural ones: wool, cotton, bamboo, sisal, jute etc. And the synthetic ones: acrylic, polypropylene, polyester, etc. In today’s post, we will explain what characteristics each one has, which ones are the most suitable for the bedroom, or those least recommended in bedrooms for asthmatic people or allergic to dust mites.
Bedroom rugs wool is known for their hardness and durability, so they are perfectly suitable for any area of the home where there is a high traffic. Because of its natural fiber, it does not accumulate static electricity; they have insulating components for cold and a high capacity to absorb moisture.