Mentor Store Offers 35,000 Area Rugs

Area rugs have become the darlings of the interior design world.

The just-right rug will anchor a room, bringing all the elements of furniture and wall décor together, while adding a layer of sophistication and an inviting punch of color, pattern and texture. They also serve a utilitarian purpose of feeling warm and cushy on your tootsies over hard surface flooring on a cold winter’s night.

The folks at Guhde Flooring America have long been the experts in area rugs. This fall they are thrilled to unveil their new Stanton rug display, showcasing a myriad of patterns and styles, from larger, whole-room rugs to accent rugs, runners and stairway runners.

“If we had to come up with one word for Stanton rugs, it would be ‘unique,’” says Monica Guhde Rosa.

“One-of-a-kind designs range from classic motifs to animal prints, funky geometrics and every texture from flat nylon to fluffy, shaggy and even some with silk woven in for a softer feel and shimmer.”

“With a proliferation of hard surface flooring, makers of area rugs are having a heyday, and the enormity of the designs reflects that,” she says.

“We are able to custom-cut any size or shape to fit your room, from square and rectangular to circular, oval, octagon, you name it. And, as a nice detail, we can also customize the edging on rugs, from classic serging to a cotton binding or leather border.”

Another development is that rugs can now come with cushioned backing already permanently attached, to protect your floors and stop slipping.

“In addition to Stanton, if you go on our website, GuhdeFlooringAmerica.com/rugs, we offer online shopping from more than 35,000 area rugs,” she adds. “And don’t miss the coupon code, GUHDE15, for free shipping and 15 percent off.”

There’s plenty of time before the holidays to take your rooms from drab to fab with the perfect rug.

Guhde Flooring America is located at 1880 Mentor Avenue in Painesville Township. Call 440-639-1990, or visit GuhdeFlooringAmerica.com for more information.

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