Wool’s ability to regulate temperature, insulate and even cool come from two very cool characteristics. The first actually has to do with air. Still air pockets are one of the best insulators in nature. The natural crimp in wool fibers make them stand apart from each other creating millions of tiny air pockets. The impact of laying a wool rug on your floor is like laying incredibly efficient and safe insulation on your floors.
Wool rugs reduce heating and cooling energy requirements by preventing heat loss and preventing heat rising through the floor keeping your room cool and comfortable. If you use air conditioners you will appreciate the insulation on the floors as the cooled air sinks to the floor where you don’t want it warmed by heat rising from the floor.
A rug can be summed up as a textile floor covering. It consists of an upper layer of pile, which is attached to a backing. This pile is compromised of wool or man made fiber such as polypropylene or nylon. A rug does create a big change within the four walls of the room. Hence, if you are really contemplating the idea of decorating the floor of your room with a Masai rug you really need to think a bit out of the box.
Masai rugs are classic example of tribal work at its best. Once you will add layer of modern style to it the product is amazing and it will light up the interiors of your room. Masai rugs are made of 100% wool. The zebra pattern on these rugs makes it a fantastic product. It is in fact a visual treat for the person who enters the room.
In home decorating, stripes are classic and work with everything. They are used everywhere, including home furniture and home accessories. Striped rugs tend to be more and more appreciated. They add color, pattern and elegance to a home and they’re also versatile in a very simple way.The gradiated stripe rug is a beautiful mix of colors. It features white and poolside blue stripes and it’s a very versatile accessory for the house that can be successfully used for the living room, dining room, bedroom, even for the home office and, of course, the guest room.