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more info...Beige rugs include a huge range of colour shades and terms. But the basic idea of beige remains popular as an easy to match, easy to work with rug colour, and on that these days includes lots of "natural" tones. Beige rugs and similar colours are found in modern wool rugs, high performance man-made fibre rugs and in luxurious beige shaggy rugs. Traditional beige rugs are also popular, with beige either featuring as the background colour or as a major part of the pattern detail. Don't forget beige is definitely not boring!
Beige Rugs, Natural Colour Rugs and MoreBeige rugs remain hugely popular amongst customers and important to modern rug makers. There are many colour tones under different names that actually fall into the broad beige category. There are the more neutral stone, putty and colours, through to the slight pale brown hints of caramel, latte, mocha and cafe (all reflecting the current interest in coffee paraphernalia ). The "natural" colours can also be seen as another form of beige, with names such as oat, wheat, corn and barley.
So while the term beige may be less popular now, this very useful and adaptable colour is still available in a huge range of specialist names.
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