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Thorndike Mills Rugs
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Outdoor Rug Buying Guide
An outdoor rug can give your deck or porch a brand new look and add great patterns to your outdoor space. Outdoor rugs are generally made of great, durable materials so they last for a long time. 
Our outdoor rug buying guide goes over some important tips to think about when planning to buy an outdoor mat. It also covers everything you need to know about outdoor rug materials, such as synthetic or natural fibers like bamboo and sisal. Head over to our guide to get all the details.
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Rug Construction Techniques
If you're shopping for a rug, make sure you check out this guide with detailed information on how rugs are made and what it means for you. Handmade rugs are one-of-a-kind investments that are truly original. Machine-made rugs are made to perfection and can work with many budgets. 
Learn the difference between a tufted and a woven rug and how long each lasts. Woven rugs involve an elaborate process and may be more expensive but have an amazing life span.
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Home Color Guide for Beginners
Head over to our home decorating color guide to learn the basics of choosing a color palette for your home. Our editors give a great breakdown of primary colors, secondary colors, and tertiary colors, and how they relate to each other on a color wheel.
Read on to see some beautiful examples of monochromatic rooms. Also take a look at great examples of rooms decorated with complementary colors, and learn about decorating with analogous colors or a triad of colors.
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