Carpets are usually the foundation of living rooms and bedrooms, while wood or tile floors predominate in more functional parts of the home. But carpets should also play an important role in kitchens, bathrooms, and dining rooms, says Southern California-based decorator Becki Owens. While many types can add the texture and warmth these busy spaces need, she especially loves vintage carpets for their global flair and worn character. “Styling with these rugs makes a beautiful statement in a room and makes it more curated and unique,” she says. Here are some unexpected ways she has incorporated them into her interiors.
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