Rug hunting for us equals indecision. The only rug we liked in the first shop we visited would have gone well with our new reddish floor.
But we couldn’t bring ourselves to make the purchase. We hadn’t looked at enough rugs and for some reason rug buying always makes us feel as though we have been duped.
As we left the shop we saw this Kashmiri hand made rug. It was beautiful. A mixture of silk and wool. But we have a dog that likes to come home dirty and sometimes likes to try her digging skills with a rug. It was too expensive not to care if it was destroyed.
So we had a day out rug looking.
Did we go a combination of sisal and material. What would the texture be like underneath the feet? How easy would it be to clean?
The sewing looked somewhat flimsy and certainly appealing for a puppy to eat.
Pure wool at a reasonable price but could we live with the sputnik?
From a distance perhaps it was a butterfly. It’s texture would at least feel nice beneath the feet and cleaning should be no problem.
Perhaps we should just go really cheap. Less than $100 we wouldn’t care.
But no, all rugged out, we purchased nothing.