rugs and bathroom rugs use similar construction methods
-- So what makes them different ?
You may be wondering
what the difference is between bath rugs and bathroom rugs.
Well as far as I am concerned bath rugs, or bath mats, are the
highly functional, generally cotton rugs that you stand on to
dry after a bath or shower, whereas bathroom rugs are a more
decorative rug that adds style and interest to your bathroom,
but which you don't deliberately get wet.
Traditionally bath rugs have been made with a rubber backing,
however modern designs are constructed in a similar way to
standard bathroom rugs. Many washable rugs, especially round
rugs, are suitable for use as bath rugs, and here it is important
to check that the rug material is able to stand up to the
regular soaking with water.
Modern bath rugs, in common with bathroom rugs, are available
in many exciting colors, patterns and materials, with cotton
rugs being a popular choice. When choosing a bath rug you
should check that the rug is designed for this use, and that
the size and design are in keeping with your chosen bathroom.
June 4, 2004
By: Paul Goodwin
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