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Designer Teppich Wohnzimmer Ausgefallene Farbkombination Karo Türkis Braun Creme
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Rug Livingroom Geometric Abstract Pattern
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Designer Teppich Wohnzimmer Urban Jungle Palmen Design Braun Beige Grün Blau
10-63-6-18I2
Designer Rug Floral Multicolour
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Designer Rug With Border Black Cream
Designer Rug With Border Black Cream
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Designer Rug Mandala Motif
Designer Rug Mandala Motif
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Edler Designer Teppich Konturenschnitt Kariert in Braun Beige Meliert
Geometric Rug - Mottled Black Sale
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from £29.86
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Designer Teppich Kurzflor Wohnzimmer Meliert Geometrische Formen Muster In Braun
Designer Rug Mandala Pattern Grey
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Teppich Wohnzimmer Kurzflor Braun Beige Weich 3-D Effekt Dreieck Design Bordüre
Short-Pile Rug Edging Grey
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from £29.87
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Edler Designer Teppich Kariert Kurzflor in Braun Beige Creme Meliert
Designer Rug Cream Black
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Teppich Handgefertigt Hochwertig 100 % Baumwolle Geflochten Meliert Creme Braun
Rug Hand-Made Woven Cream
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from £123.74
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Teppich Handgefertigt Hochwertig 100 % Baumwolle Karo Geflochten In Braun Beige
Rug Hand-Made Woven Brown
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from £75.95
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Brown, a colour with natural character that makes a warm impression

When it comes to popular colours in the home, brown is a front runner. Brown has an enormous colour palette, ranging from soft, light fawn to auburn, from grey brown through to intensive dark brown. It’s association with nature is obvious: just think of the many shades that different types of wood can have, or of fresh earth and golden brown leaves in the autumn. Anyone wanting to create a cosy atmosphere often chooses brown. Modern combinations ensure that brown can still be seen from new angles. Together with white it creates a youthful new look, while combined with blue or purple, brown appears extravagant and refined. Combinations with warm gold and wine red or cool silver and soft light grey look good in a classic style of interior decoration. It always depends on the right mix, since brown is just as comfortable with an ethnic style as it is with a minimalist interior design or classic interiors.

Brown rugs in the living room and dining room

A brown rug is excellent for the living room and dining room. The many different brown tones, various patterns and different textures ensure you will find the right brown rug for your style. If you like to keep things simple, choose a brown rug with a short-pile or one that is woven. If you’re looking for a super-soft rug with a luxurious look, a high-pile brown rug turns your living room into an oasis of well-being! A brown Oriental rug can emphasise classic décor in the living and dining room, but it is also an exciting addition if you prefer the popular Bohemian style. Patterned brown rugs are available in a number of versions, from graphic and abstract to floral and with playful ornaments. The brown shade also plays an important role in creating an harmonious effect. The offer ranges from light to dark brown and patterns containing other colours also provide a wide selection.

Brown rugs in the kitchen and hallway

A brown rug in the hallway is a classic. A resilient, hard-wearing rug protects the floor whilst providing a homely look at the same time. Since hallways are often relatively dark, a brown rug with yellow or orange-coloured accents can often create a lively effect. Playing with colour is ideal if you want to freshen up a room such as the hallway! A brown rug looks great in the kitchen to extra add warmth to cold tiles. The narrow form of a runner is especially good in kitchenettes. With a lively pattern, you can add some variety to your kitchen – a patterned brown rug as a contrast to monochrome kitchen cabinets is the perfect solution. If your dining area is also in the kitchen, a brown rug can highlight the cosy seating area.

Brown rugs in different colours, styles and patterns

Brown is versatile and can be used in various styles of interior. If you want to create an oasis of tranquillity, a monochrome brown rug is ideal. To make sure it doesn’t look boring, choose from a wealth of different structures. However, brown is also a good basis for achieving refined patterns combined with other colours. A rug with a graphic pattern fits in well with minimalism and purism. A living style with a feminine charm can be enhanced by a rug with a floral or Oriental pattern that uses brown as its base colour. For a classically traditional interior style, you will also find the right brown rug since the colour is extremely well-suited to rugs with an elegant appeal. Just be careful when combining brown with beige without using any other contrasting colours. Add a pop of colour with a fresh accent to the room to make sure it doesn't look boring. Great contrasting colours include turquoise, royal blue or bright red, anthracite and gold!

When it comes to popular colours in the home, brown is a front runner. Brown has an enormous colour palette, ranging from soft, light fawn to auburn, from grey brown through to intensive dark... read more »
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Brown, a colour with natural character that makes a warm impression

When it comes to popular colours in the home, brown is a front runner. Brown has an enormous colour palette, ranging from soft, light fawn to auburn, from grey brown through to intensive dark brown. It’s association with nature is obvious: just think of the many shades that different types of wood can have, or of fresh earth and golden brown leaves in the autumn. Anyone wanting to create a cosy atmosphere often chooses brown. Modern combinations ensure that brown can still be seen from new angles. Together with white it creates a youthful new look, while combined with blue or purple, brown appears extravagant and refined. Combinations with warm gold and wine red or cool silver and soft light grey look good in a classic style of interior decoration. It always depends on the right mix, since brown is just as comfortable with an ethnic style as it is with a minimalist interior design or classic interiors.

Brown rugs in the living room and dining room

A brown rug is excellent for the living room and dining room. The many different brown tones, various patterns and different textures ensure you will find the right brown rug for your style. If you like to keep things simple, choose a brown rug with a short-pile or one that is woven. If you’re looking for a super-soft rug with a luxurious look, a high-pile brown rug turns your living room into an oasis of well-being! A brown Oriental rug can emphasise classic décor in the living and dining room, but it is also an exciting addition if you prefer the popular Bohemian style. Patterned brown rugs are available in a number of versions, from graphic and abstract to floral and with playful ornaments. The brown shade also plays an important role in creating an harmonious effect. The offer ranges from light to dark brown and patterns containing other colours also provide a wide selection.

Brown rugs in the kitchen and hallway

A brown rug in the hallway is a classic. A resilient, hard-wearing rug protects the floor whilst providing a homely look at the same time. Since hallways are often relatively dark, a brown rug with yellow or orange-coloured accents can often create a lively effect. Playing with colour is ideal if you want to freshen up a room such as the hallway! A brown rug looks great in the kitchen to extra add warmth to cold tiles. The narrow form of a runner is especially good in kitchenettes. With a lively pattern, you can add some variety to your kitchen – a patterned brown rug as a contrast to monochrome kitchen cabinets is the perfect solution. If your dining area is also in the kitchen, a brown rug can highlight the cosy seating area.

Brown rugs in different colours, styles and patterns

Brown is versatile and can be used in various styles of interior. If you want to create an oasis of tranquillity, a monochrome brown rug is ideal. To make sure it doesn’t look boring, choose from a wealth of different structures. However, brown is also a good basis for achieving refined patterns combined with other colours. A rug with a graphic pattern fits in well with minimalism and purism. A living style with a feminine charm can be enhanced by a rug with a floral or Oriental pattern that uses brown as its base colour. For a classically traditional interior style, you will also find the right brown rug since the colour is extremely well-suited to rugs with an elegant appeal. Just be careful when combining brown with beige without using any other contrasting colours. Add a pop of colour with a fresh accent to the room to make sure it doesn't look boring. Great contrasting colours include turquoise, royal blue or bright red, anthracite and gold!

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