Vintage rugs have already stood the test of time and are a great addition to any Memorial home. However, there are a few things to keep in mind to ensure that it remains in good condition.

Beware of Sunlight

Sunlight will cause the colors of a rug to fade more quickly than you’d think. With smaller rugs, be sure to put them somewhere that isn’t in direct sunlight. For larger rugs, this may not be possible, but you can choose a north or south-facing room that sees strong sunlight briefly or not at all or keep the window covered when you are not using the room.

Minimizing Wear

It’s a good idea to rotate the rug annually to ensure that different areas
are evenly worn. Most quality good rugs will last generations.

Don’t Put Off Repairs

You may think that once a rug is damaged, it’s too late, but damage can get
worse very quickly. Take it to somewhere that can repair vintage rugs in Memorial as soon as you can, to prevent the damage worsening; this is best not only for the rug but also for your wallet, as the worse the damage gets, the more expensive it will be to repair.

A fine vintage rug is a responsibility as well as a decoration, but if you take good care of it, then it will continue to bring you joy for many years to come.