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Area rugs are now a typical staple item in households that help accentuate the interior design of a room. One aspect of area rugs that is worthy of a customer’s attention is their color. When browsing for new area rugs, many homeowners tend to look for a specific color scheme that would be appropriate for the rooms in their homes.
Although bright and vibrant colors initially grab attention more easily, the neutral colors have a lasting appeal when it comes to purchasing and installing the rugs. Among these colors is the color gray, which sounds duller than their high demand implies. Gray color area rugs provide the implication of conventionalism and maturity, which attributes to its popularity.
The color gray has frequently been associated with professionalism and responsibility, such as with stone masonry or heavy machinery. For area rugs, this does not necessarily mean that the entire rug will be covered in gray. It is far more likely that gray colors are additions to an existing area rug pattern and design based on the rug style.