The Bathroom Accessory HGTV’s David Bromstad Doesn’t Want You To Cheap Out On
While the right rug can do wonders for your bathroom, an item that doesn’t appropriately fit the dimensions of the room will become more of an inconvenience than anything else. That said, measure your floor space and only look for rugs that fit and look good in the allotted space. “We always start with the practical and then get to the decorative while considering the architecture and mechanics. Are there doorways and [doorswings] to consider? Is there any floor grille for HVAC that you don’t want to cover?” Jesse Carrier, a principal of Carrier and Company, an interior design firm in New York, told The New York Times.
Once you understand the size you’re looking for, it’s time for the fun part: thinking about how you want the rug to look. For instance, do you want the rug to be colorful or neutral? Should it have a square, rectangular, or circular shape? On TikTok, @charlesids, an interior designer with over 50,000 followers, posted a video addressing some other points to consider regarding choosing rugs, such as how beige and gray rugs are typically the most beloved options and that rugs with light hues tend to require more maintenance than darker ones.