area rug

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area rug

n.
A rug that covers a limited area of floor space in a room.

ar′ea rug`


n.
a rug designed to cover only part of a floor.
[1980–85]
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Eight out of 1 0 consumers own at least one area rug, according to HFN's newest survey.
1 The 2010 America's Magnificent Carpets Awards were presented during the Atlanta International Area Rug Market.
The benefits of using any area rug over a hardwood floor include acoustic and thermal value and aesthetics (softening the hardwood).
a trend back to Saxony plush carpets and burburs is evident, over at Erhardt-Streu Floor Supply and The Area Rug Store, tastes are moving in another direction.
Buying intentions for area rugs are promising these days with more than half of consumers surveyed for HFN's Rug Consumer Speaks survey saying they plan to shop for a new area rug within the year.
Similar to the area rug category, both bath and accent rugs also
AmericasMart once again welcomed attendees of the International Area Rug Market to the Georgia Aquarium for its Retailer of the Year Awards, presented in collaboration with the Oriental Rug Retailers of America.
Area rug is the term used for any rug that covers part of the floor.
IN ITS SECOND LICENSING AGREEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT THIS year, Oriental Weavers has teamed up with Tommy Bahama, the island-inspired lifestyle brand, to create collections of indoor and outdoor area rugs, the initial launch occurring at the Atlanta International Area Rug Market next month.
In Atlanta during the International Area Rug Market, AmericasMart distributed its Retailer of the Year awards during the International Area Rug Market.
COURISTAN shows six new area rug collections, with additions to both the powerloomed and handmade rosters and several new residential broadloom fashions.
To support the category even further, Couristan created an 18-page Outdoor Living brochure that includes illustrations of some of the company's indoor/outdoor area rug and broadloom collections.