Because of the simple technique and inexpensive materials, the braided rugs have been common every where. But at the early colonial era of America, the new inhabitants of the East Coast made these rugs as a part of their new culture. They hand braided scraps of clothing to make a warm and comfy floor covering; mostly area rugs. These colorful area rugs can be made in different constructions, featuring variety of shapes and thicknesses. Nowadays, most of the braided rugs are machine-made but still can embody the rustic charm of the old hand braided pieces. The difference of shape and size and the color and pattern diversity, make braided rug a good choice for lots of interior designs.
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