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Rules for furniture arrangement of rectangular or square floor mats
Jan 21, 2018

    For the moment, the most common mats are rectangular and square in shape for the obvious reasons, as such mats are suitable for the shape of most rooms. Before laying out the furniture, it is important to measure the size of the floor mat that is right for the room. Placing a very small floor mat in a large room may seem like an unbalanced weight. An overly large floor mat is like a botched imitation of a full carpet, just like the East.

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    When placing furniture on a rectangular or square floor mat, the designer follows a simple rule that ensures that the furniture is laid out properly and is anchored to the floor mat and open space. This is the "4-2-0" rule. This means that four, two or zero legs can be placed on the mat. But do not put three legs on the mat, and never leave the mat with only one leg - because it looks like furniture "dropped" off the floor mat.

    The room successfully applied the "zero leg" rule. Although the size of the mat is quite large, the furniture is arranged around the mat without contacting the mat. Therefore, the floor mat in the room will not create a sense of weight loss, on the contrary, its layout looks very clever.

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    The living room follows the "four-legged rule" and the furniture is completely laid on the mat. The mats help to define the seating area, and the furniture is completely placed on the floor mats. It is also possible to create an area in the living room that separates the rest area from other areas.

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    In this room, the furnishings follow the "two-legged rule" - the couch has only two legs resting on the mat, securing it in the room. The success of this layout stems from the mutual benefit of the size of the sofa and the size of the floor mat. The visual balance between the sofa and the mats has to be considered when trying the "two-legged" rule, as the sofa looks just like if you place both legs of an oversized sofa on a small mat In the "swallow" mats

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