Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Watson Wednesdays: Rug Woes

I have an annoying problem on my hands. In fact, I have four annoying problems.


While I'm losing the carpeted bedroom at my apartment and gaining luscious hardwoods, there is a downside. Four little feeties tip tapping in the middle of night.

I must say, I've considered this as a resolution to my future noisy problem:




Except we would call them Watson wellies. He's really not so keen on the idea. He clearly doesn't know how fashionable he would be. 


I figured I would go the more humane route and opt for a new rug. My initial thought was a standard seagrass rug and I could layer a smaller pop of color on top. Then, I recalled this scenario:




Watson has a nightly make out sesh with my seagrass rug every night. His schedule is as follows: take a nap, play with my monkey, eat dinner, drink water, make out with the seagrass rug, go to bed. I cannot deal with incessant making out noises while I slumber. Alas, other options.


All from West Elm:






Do any catch your fancy?

On another note, I'm elbows deep in boxes, packing tape and bubble wrap. I always forget how much moving sucks. It does. A lot. And it reminds me that I have way too much stuff. Stuff I might be trying to sell soon. Stay tuned.

31 comments:

  1. Each design can be placed in a specific side of the room.

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  2. Right FSLA, but that doesn't mean that you have to place matting on each room. Doing so would really ruin the aesthetics of your room.

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  3. I like the second pattern. However, We avoided using carpets and rugs ever since we got our pets and stuck to having a plain marble floor.

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  4. I like the second striped one. You can put it anywhere without making yourself dizzy by looking at it.

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  5. You can have them in different areas around the room. Check for the right material as well.

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  6. The chevron one. It adds an element of grace to any place

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