If you need a floor covering to warm up a space, consider adding a beige rug. Beige rugs are neutral in tone, so they won't distract from other decor elements, and they're easy to match with a wide variety of aesthetics and pieces. Beige rugs come in a number of styles, including contemporary/modern, traditional, cottage, transitional and casual.
You can choose a beige rug for your space in a selection of materials, including fabric or fiber. Fiber rugs can be made from natural filaments found in nature, typically in the form of flax, wool or silk. They can also be artificial, made of materials such as acrylic or polyester.
Fabric rugs are made from fibers that have been spun or blended, then assembled. Both fabric and fiber rugs tend to be soft on the feet, and they can be used to make a space more comfortable to walk or sit-- or they can be used to warm up a space that feels particularly cold or hard.
Beige rugs can have patterns on them to make them visually more appealing. Patterns can be geometric, from chevron to check motifs. They can also be more traditional, like a trellis, floral or damask.