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Short-Pile Rug Brown Check Pattern
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Short-Pile Rug Brown Check Pattern
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Children's Rug Jungle Animals Green
Children's Rug Jungle Animals Green
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In- & Outdoorteppich Beige Grün Palmen Design Balkon Terrasse Robust Wetterfest
Outdoor Rug Palms Design Green
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Teppich Handgefertigt Hochwertig 100 % Viskose Vintage Trend Farbe Pastell Grün
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Living Room Rug Handmade One Colour Red
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Wohnzimmer Teppich Grün Hochflor Skandi Design Rauten Fransen Shaggy Weich
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Scandi Rug Soft Deep-Pile Shaggy
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Teppich Kinderzimmer Fußball Spielteppich Kinderteppich Fußballplatz Grün
Kids’ Rug - Football Pitch
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from £32.06
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Kinderteppich Spielteppich City Hafen Straßenteppich Stadt Straße Grau Grün
Children's Rug Street Rug City
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from £27.35
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Shaggy Teppich Hochflor Langflor Gemustert in Grün Schwarz Weiss
Shaggy Rug Various Colours
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Rug Bedroom Abstract Wave Pattern
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Rug Bedroom Abstract Wave Pattern
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Green creates harmony

In the past, green was the colour used in living rooms and magnificent salons. This was due to its calming effect that promotes harmony. Green is the middle colour lying between the extremes and is often used in colour therapy due to its balancing effect. Green helps with regeneration and recuperation, since looking at greenery helps maintain one’s vision and conveys a sense of calm. Green is the most common colour in nature where it can be found in various different shades. This healing colour is therefore linked to fertile landscapes and blossoming spring. The following meanings of green therefore stem from the times when people were highly dependent on the goodwill of nature: happiness, prosperity, fertility, success, rejuvenation and immortality. The colour is also a reminder of spring’s annual victory over winter. For this reason, green is an especially popular colour among nature lovers and fans of the outdoors.

Green rugs in the living room and dining room

A light or dark green rug in the living room and dining room creates a calming atmosphere. This is where you can enjoy some peace and quiet and really relax after a hard day’s work. The colour’s closeness to nature means that it balances and soothes the mind, just like walking through a forest with fresh, green leaves. If you spend a lot of time working in front of a screen, a green rug is particularly appropriate for your interior design. After all, the colour relaxes your eyes, thereby alleviating signs of fatigue and providing relief. A green rug looks wonderful when combined with wooden furniture, since the association with oak, beech and maple trees and plenty of green is also reflected outside. Green provides many ways of bringing a little variety in terms of colour to the living or dining room. A green rug looks good paired with blue, orange or yellow fabrics and its discreet appearance shows them off to their full advantage.

Green rugs in the kitchen and hallway

A green rug in the hallway immediately looks inviting. Since the colour stands for harmony and balance, your guests will feel at home and welcome right away. Thanks to its subtle effect, a green rug doesn’t jump out immediately, but has a rather calming effect in the background. Furthermore, we subconsciously associate the colour with free passage, as it is used in road traffic. A green rug also looks great in the kitchen. Natural healer and universal scholar Hildegard von Bingen recognised the colour’s healing powers and recommended its use to support a healthy life style. A restrained green rug is ideal in the kitchen with all of its utensils and foodstuffs. It prevents the room from looking too busy and emphasises baskets containing fresh fruit and vegetables or potted herbs, since the colour green provides a high level of contrast.

Green rugs in different colours, styles and patterns

Green rugs are available in many different versions. Since green can have so many different shades, the selection is correspondingly large. Pastel green shades such as mint or a light turquoise green have an especially discreet and elegant effect. A light green or yellowish green rug, on the other hand, creates a sense of warmth and security in a room. Dark green is automatically associated with aristocratic ambience, whereas bright green can really jazz up a room. A green rug with a fashionable diamond pattern brings a sense of youthful freshness to the room, while a green rug with landscape motifs or animals encourages your little ones to play. With tropical leaf patterns, a green rug adds a touch of the exotic to your home, while stripes or geometric forms provide extra structure. Green rugs also impact a sense of style and are a sign of exclusive taste.

In the past, green was the colour used in living rooms and magnificent salons. This was due to its calming effect that promotes harmony. Green is the middle colour lying between the extremes and... read more »
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Green creates harmony

In the past, green was the colour used in living rooms and magnificent salons. This was due to its calming effect that promotes harmony. Green is the middle colour lying between the extremes and is often used in colour therapy due to its balancing effect. Green helps with regeneration and recuperation, since looking at greenery helps maintain one’s vision and conveys a sense of calm. Green is the most common colour in nature where it can be found in various different shades. This healing colour is therefore linked to fertile landscapes and blossoming spring. The following meanings of green therefore stem from the times when people were highly dependent on the goodwill of nature: happiness, prosperity, fertility, success, rejuvenation and immortality. The colour is also a reminder of spring’s annual victory over winter. For this reason, green is an especially popular colour among nature lovers and fans of the outdoors.

Green rugs in the living room and dining room

A light or dark green rug in the living room and dining room creates a calming atmosphere. This is where you can enjoy some peace and quiet and really relax after a hard day’s work. The colour’s closeness to nature means that it balances and soothes the mind, just like walking through a forest with fresh, green leaves. If you spend a lot of time working in front of a screen, a green rug is particularly appropriate for your interior design. After all, the colour relaxes your eyes, thereby alleviating signs of fatigue and providing relief. A green rug looks wonderful when combined with wooden furniture, since the association with oak, beech and maple trees and plenty of green is also reflected outside. Green provides many ways of bringing a little variety in terms of colour to the living or dining room. A green rug looks good paired with blue, orange or yellow fabrics and its discreet appearance shows them off to their full advantage.

Green rugs in the kitchen and hallway

A green rug in the hallway immediately looks inviting. Since the colour stands for harmony and balance, your guests will feel at home and welcome right away. Thanks to its subtle effect, a green rug doesn’t jump out immediately, but has a rather calming effect in the background. Furthermore, we subconsciously associate the colour with free passage, as it is used in road traffic. A green rug also looks great in the kitchen. Natural healer and universal scholar Hildegard von Bingen recognised the colour’s healing powers and recommended its use to support a healthy life style. A restrained green rug is ideal in the kitchen with all of its utensils and foodstuffs. It prevents the room from looking too busy and emphasises baskets containing fresh fruit and vegetables or potted herbs, since the colour green provides a high level of contrast.

Green rugs in different colours, styles and patterns

Green rugs are available in many different versions. Since green can have so many different shades, the selection is correspondingly large. Pastel green shades such as mint or a light turquoise green have an especially discreet and elegant effect. A light green or yellowish green rug, on the other hand, creates a sense of warmth and security in a room. Dark green is automatically associated with aristocratic ambience, whereas bright green can really jazz up a room. A green rug with a fashionable diamond pattern brings a sense of youthful freshness to the room, while a green rug with landscape motifs or animals encourages your little ones to play. With tropical leaf patterns, a green rug adds a touch of the exotic to your home, while stripes or geometric forms provide extra structure. Green rugs also impact a sense of style and are a sign of exclusive taste.

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