Rugs can offer charm and new life to any outdoor environment thanks to their vivid colors and distinctive designs. The best part is that they are all three—useful, reliable, and reasonably priced! Did you know that similar design principles also apply to high-pile rugs? We all know that rugs are a terrific way to bring a dash of color to a room, unify the entire space, and catch your guests' attention.
What is a high-pile rug? They are rugs with fibers that are tall and loose like a popular high-pile carpet alternative called a shag carpet. High pile carpets, sometimes known as shag rugs, have longer strands and loops. High pile rugs have more give and a softer appearance and feel than mid and low pile carpets due to their height, but they are also more challenging to vacuum. Avoid putting a high pile rug in high foot traffic areas to keep it looking new for as long as feasible. These carpets are renowned for fostering a cozy homey ambiance. Customers looking for carpet for warmth and comfort have the best option thanks to this. Surprisingly, high-pile carpets do not flatten as much as low-pile carpets. Place a thick pile rug under furniture with opposing features to highlight its towering loops' distinctively intimate appearance. For instance, a white high pile rug with a dark wood coffee table such as the Tetro coffee table will contrast sharply and highlight the soft texture of the rug. Our Storm, Nordic and Tribal pieces are some of the best selling rugs.