This is a Sponsored Post by Medallion Rug. All opinions are my own.
Happy 2015! I can’t believe we’re already a week in! Wasn’t Christmas just yesterday?
I always love the time between Christmas and Jan 1st. We usually go to grandma’s in Vegas and just hang out.
It’s the time where I relax, take inventory of life, dream big and make new agreements with myself.
Then we come back home and I start tearing the house up and plan new projects.
This hallway space has been bugging for the past 6 months:
Only thing is…it doesn’t look like that. It currently looks like this:
And right before I took this picture it looked even worse.
The entire hallway was dotted with picture hooks all over the wall.
The idea of a hallway picture gallery was a good idea in theory but not good in reality with a house of 4 rambunctious men. The hallway is narrow. It’s also a jet way for 3 little men who run as fast as they can, arms fully extended like wings of an airplane. In addition to that, if a door gets slammed pictures fall off the wall and broken glass is everywhere. As you can see more than half the pictures have fallen off the wall.
The hallway needs some sort of art and I think I have something in mind that should work.
Let’s talk about this rug runner:
I’m am loving jute rugs right now.
They just look good.
From a practical standpoint…meh.
They’re not exactly the most cushy thing underfoot.
They also shed. A lot.
In fact, when I first got it, it completely clogged up my vacuum and I had to take the entire thing apart.
It sheds less now but there is still a considerable amount fibers all over the place that I’m constantly cleaning up.
I’ve been working with Medallion Rug again to find an area rug that will not only be beautiful but much more practical. You may remember I have a Persian Rug from them that is in my kitchen which I love…
Medallion Rug has thousands of area rugs, new and vintage, to select from but they also have out of this world customer service.
Most people need a rug to fit a space that isn’t standard measurements.
I told them the type of rug I was looking for by way of style, color and size and within a few days they’ve put together a personalized gallery with my specifications.
It couldn’t be easier. Here are a handful of my favorites…
Which is your favorite?
Stay tuned for the reveal.