Shaggy Rugs

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Shaggy Rugs: Create a Cozy Ambiance with Plush Comfort

 Rugs are exactly that - beautifully shaggy and also wonderfully soft and fluffy. Shaggy Rugs are also known as high pile Rugs and stand out because of their unusual look. They are closely related to the Flokati Rug, which originated in Greece, although the latter is made of virgin wool. High-pile Rugs, on the other hand, are usually made of synthetic materials. Meanwhile, shaggy rugs are available for purchase in every color and pattern imaginable. These cool rugs will spice up your home in no time and add a cozy touch to any room. When buying a shaggy rug, you should first of all pay attention to the color and size, and shape - after all, the rug should fit harmoniously into your interior.

Shaggy Rugs: the most important purchase criteria

You should choose the high pile Rugs according to certain criteria. These are the most important:

  • Pile height: this can vary from 1.5 to 5.0 cm. It is true that the higher the pile, the shaggier, but also cozier the Rug will be.
  • Shape: Most shaggy rugs are rectangular, but there are also square, round and oval shapes. The interior design decides the right shape of the Rug.
  • Dimensions: Of course, the Rug must also have the right size. In relation to the furniture, it should not be too small. There are also made to measure.
  • Design: There are many shaggy Rugs in subtle colors, on which dirt is not so quickly visible. But also an eye-catcher in a gaudy tone, with glitter threads or with patterns can fit very nicely to the interior.

Long pile, high pile, and high pile shag Rug - what is behind these terms?

These terms refer to the length of the pile (that is, the individual Rug threads), the treatment of the threads, and the way they are linked. The high pile is 1.5 to 5.0 cm long, the long pile is even longer, and the shaggy is shaggy knotted and has cut threads. It can be a high pile or a long pile. Admittedly, the care of these Rugs is somewhat laborious, but they can also be machine washed or shampooed when vacuuming is no longer enough.

What material are shag rugs made of?

Most often they are made of polypropylene. Synthetic fiber with its low own weight brings very great advantages and is suitable especially in places where greater loads and soiling are expected. Micro-polyester with very fine fibers is also used, and of course, there is also the shaggy Rug made of 100% New Zealand wool. Again, other very advantageous properties are offered by blends of wool, polyester, and viscose. The shaggy appearance of these Rugs and their long yarn threads are the most typical features that feel a special look and feel. The shaggy appearance pairs with a wonderful soft-warm feeling underfoot. Children are incredibly fond of playing on these rugs. The pile height of shaggy is high, but the density of the pile (the tufts of yarn) is rather low. This creates small air-filled spaces between them. They act as a fluffy base and thermal insulation. The impact sound insulation is also very good. If you are looking for relaxation at home after a long day, you will love the shaggy, fluffy Rug. The soft feeling under your feet says: this is my home! This is my cozy nest.

What distinguishes a shaggy Rug?

The most characteristic feature is the high pile, the threads of which are cut. In other Rugs, they usually form a loop. Due to the cut, they stand up in the shaggy Rug, creating its typical look. Also, the lower pile density is important for this Rug, because it provides the air cushion. By the way, high-pile Rugs are generally well suited for underfloor heating.

What makes Shaggy Rugs so special?

High-pile Rugs have a shaggy and shaggy appearance. As their name suggests, these trendy Rugs are made of high or long fibers, which distinguishes them from short pile Rugs. Shaggy Rugs are very soft and have a strong impact sound-absorbing effect. Especially in winter, it is a pleasure to sink into a fluffy shaggy. The Rugs are made by knotting textured yarn. Textured yarn is crimped yarn made from plain yarn by a special process. Different crimping textures can be created in the process. Great color effects can be achieved by cleverly combining different yarns. However, overly complicated patterns are not quite as suitable for a shaggy, as the details become blurred due to the length of the pile. High pile Rugs are also suitable for allergy sufferers, as the long fibers bind the dust and it cannot escape until the next cleaning.

How to incorporate a shaggy Rug into your interior

The shaggy had its heyday in the 1970s. At that time, the fluffy Rug was considered a classic furnishing item that could not be missing in any stylishly decorated home. Today, shaggy is celebrating a true comeback. New production techniques make it possible to manufacture ever softer and more robust Rugs that can easily meet everyday requirements. You can choose from a huge range of colors and sizes: A small shaggy is suitable as a bed rug, and a large model rounds off the stylish interior of your dining or living room instead. Vintage fans will choose a high-pile rug in orange and brown tones. Match it with a round table and chairs with a slightly curved backrest. If you like it modern or even minimalist, a shaggy in a neutral color like cream or écru is the right choice. Shaggy rugs are easy to clean with a vacuum cleaner and also have the advantage that lint is not even noticeable because of the shaggy appearance. Browse our online store today and choose a suitable shaggy from our extensive range.

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