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Blue Rugs, Teal Rugs, Duck Egg Rugs
more info...Looking for the right blue rug? Apple Rugs features a stunning collection of blue rugs across all shades and tones. Blue rugs are set to be increasingly popular this year as designers expect blues and purples to make a new impact on fashion colours. Our blue rugs cover teal blue, duck egg blue, navy blue, royal blue, pastels and many other tones. The colour is successful across blue wool rugs, synthetic fibre rugs in blue, and lustrous shaggy blue rugs. Traditional blue rugs tend to mainly be in navy blue or a deep royal blue, although other lighter and softer shades of blue are also represented.
Blue RugsThe blue rug covers a wide range of blue tones. Currently the most popular are teal blue, duck egg blue, turquoise and pastel blues. Blue is generally seen as a cool colour, but the light duck egg blues give blue rugs a lighter, refreshing tone, while teal blue brings a richer, warmer hue.
Teal RugsTeal is a blue with a hint of green in it, making for a more complex, mature colour than mid-blue. It is often used in more subtle colour schemes, and to support classic, elegant interior design. However, it is also a colour of the moment right now, and is appearing creatively in fun, funky, youthful rooms.
Colours typically matched with teal rugs include: whites and creams, golds and deep yellows, browns, lighter blues, and pinks.
Did you know? That teal is one of the top rug colours that customers search for online. It's the single most popular tone of blue, and far more people search for teal than standard blue rugs.
Duck Egg RugsDuck egg has been a hit in interiors for some time now, and is used for all types of rooms from rustic, country style to light, refreshing kids' bedrooms, or hip cool modern apartments. However, there is no standard definition of duck egg, and you will see it in variations with a little more blue or a little more green in them.
Colours typically matched with duck egg rugs include: chocolate and browns, creams and whites, beiges and other blues (especially teal).
Duck egg is currently the second most popular type of blue for rugs in online searches, only very slightly behind teal.
Navy RugsNavy blue can create a slightly more formal note, and is popular in traditional rugs usually as the background colour to detailed oriental-style patterns, typically in creams, whites or golds along with other colours in the detail. It's the darkest of the blue shades, and can sometimes appear almost black. The basic colour comes from the old navy uniforms.
Colours typically matched with navy: due to its dark tone, it's often used to contrast against white or cream, or for a luxurious look, gold details.
Blue Rugs at Apple Rugs