Many do not dare to dec­o­rate the inte­ri­or of a bath­room or bath­room with a rug. Some peo­ple think that this is not prac­ti­cal, but in fact, such an acces­so­ry can not only trans­form the space, but also make vis­it­ing the wet area more com­fort­able and enjoy­able.
1 Choice and basis of mate­r­i­al:

An impor­tant role in cre­at­ing com­fort­able con­di­tions is played by

choos­ing the right car­pet mate­r­i­al. Today rugs are made from:
• Cot­ton. This mate­r­i­al is very pleas­ant to the touch, com­plete­ly nat­ur­al and does not cause aller­gic reac­tions. True, it needs to be washed and dried more often than syn­thet­ic coun­ter­parts in order to avoid decay and the accu­mu­la­tion of bac­te­ria.
• Acrylic. The mate­r­i­al has a large num­ber of col­ors, and is also processed with spe­cial agents that pre­vent the growth of bac­te­ria.

• Microfiber. It is easy to care for, does not fade or change col­or over time, and does not form spools.
• Rub­ber. Such options are well suit­ed for show­ers, where the humid­i­ty is very high.
• Bam­boo. These rugs will last longer than cot­ton prod­ucts. They are envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly, pleas­ant to touch, and they are able to cre­ate a com­fort­able atmos­phere in the inte­ri­or.
The basis of the rug is no less impor­tant than the main mate­r­i­al of which the prod­uct is com­posed. So, the most bud­get options often have a com­plete­ly rub­ber base. This is not very good, since such rugs do not allow mois­ture to pass through and do not “breathe”. There­fore, it is worth pay­ing atten­tion to mod­els in which the base is made of latex. This mate­r­i­al pre­vents the devel­op­ment of fun­gi and microbes. 2
. Why do you need a rug in the bath­room: Most of the bath­rooms and toi­lets are tiled with ceram­ic tiles. Walk­ing with­out shoes in such rooms is at least not cozy and cool. Espe­cial­ly after a hot bath. First of all, the rug will save your feet from the cold and make your stay in the bath­room or bath­room more enjoy­able. In addi­tion, some syn­thet­ic mats absorb mois­ture well, which elim­i­nates the need to wipe the floor after each exit from the show­er. And, of course, anoth­er indis­putable plus of the rug in the wet area is the trans­for­ma­tion of the inte­ri­or.
3.Design mats: For a small room, you should choose a rug with a dynam­ic pat­tern, for exam­ple, with rhom­bus­es or zigza­gs, then the inte­ri­or of the bath­room will not be bor­ing, and visu­al­ly this will play a visu­al increase in space. If the room is too nar­row, then a rug with hor­i­zon­tal stripes is suit­able for dec­o­rat­ing the floor, which will visu­al­ly make the room wider. Dis­ad­van­tages of the lay­out can be hid­den by choos­ing a bright acces­so­ry. It will act as a col­or spot and dis­tract atten­tion from the minus­es.
Do not be afraid of con­trast, as often a rug that dif­fers in col­or from the floor looks very impres­sive and juicy. It makes the space inter­est­ing and cre­ative.

* And also, in order for the rug to always please with its appear­ance, it requires con­stant care. The rub­ber, sil­i­cone and vinyl options are easy to clean and dry at a mod­er­ate tem­per­a­ture. Acrylic and cot­ton rugs can be washed with mild deter­gents in the wash­ing machine. In this case, you should choose a del­i­cate mode and low water tem­per­a­tures so that the prod­ucts do not lose their attrac­tive appear­ance after wash­ing. They can also be peri­od­i­cal­ly vac­u­umed or shak­en out, dried on the bal­cony.