Tips on choosing the right carpet for your space

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Despite the fact that it’s often misunderstood and/or overlooked, area rugs are so important when it comes to defining your space and completing the overall look of a room.

Not only should it aesthetically fit your mood and style but it should also be functional in order to avoid making a room feel unfinished. They’re a great way to add some personality, warmth and texture to any space so listen keenly if you want to learn the tricks of the trade!

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In the video below, interior designer, Maia Roffey of Black Sheep Interior Design, shares her tips on how to choose the right rug for your living room, dining room and bedroom. From deciding on whether to let all the legs of the different pieces of furniture sit right on top of the carpet to choosing a much smaller but unique rug that will stand out on its own, her tips will help you figure out which is the right sized piece for your layout.

Watch the tips in the video below:

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Sharon Mundia

Sharon Mundia is the author of the award-winning, personal style blog, This Is Ess. As a fashion fanatic, beauty lover and home decor enthusiast, she will leave you wanting to revamp your closet, home and life in general.

  • Brother Hon. Mudavadi is more and more sounding like a confused person. Thats simply because the language which he borrowed from his comrades at Odm is the one he is parading through and through. You then start wondering why in the first place he left the party when he shares the same same divisive ideology with them. Leaders are supposed to give ideas and solutions to our problems. But not mere blame game thats only meant to cast aspersions on others. This blame syndrone is the hallmark of Odm, thats never known to offer any single shred of solution to our problems. Mudavadi is clearly showing that despite all the pretences to the contrary, he is still indeed Odm damu!
    However, brother Mudavadi has been parading himself as a later day moderate Kikuyu savior. But if he hasnt changed abit as events have shown, what are we supposed to read from his script? We know brother Mudavadi was among the merchants of deceit that called Kikuyus vile pumpkin weeds. That needed to be uprooted and taken back to their central region. What actually transpired in Kakamega during post election violence is testimony to that. In Kakamega town, Kikuyus were thrown out of their businesses and their places taken over by PEV lords. Kikuyu families in Sabatia, Mudavadi’s constituency, were the first to be uprooted. Infact, Kikuyus living as refugees on the Ugandan side of the border are basically from Mudavadi’s area.
    Its noteworthy that Mudavadi has never attempted to explain himself over these serious matters. But has continued to conduct himself as though nothing happened. If anything, his language has remained pretty wanting and unacceptable. Its hypocrisy of the highest order! He has overtime now kept on blaming the Kikuyus for “only voting for their own,” as if it were a crime to do so. This is a known divisive Odm line meant to criminalize the right of choice. By the way, why is it that only those who sing in Mudavadi’s rallies are his village boys if its criminal to support your folks? Hon. Mudavadi should desist from assaulting rights of others if he expects to be taken seriously. He should to stop empty blames and attempt to offer solutions to our problems. However, its too late and perhaps too hard to teach an old dog new tricks, which means the guy is a non-starter!

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