Standing, sitting and sleeping are daily things we take for granted! What we do not always think about is how uncomfortable we are doing them. Support your three S's and you will live happily ever after in less pain!
Before we embark on the how's and why's, it is important to define the difference between carpets and rugs. Douglas notes that the division mark is 6" x 9" with anything smaller than is considered a "rug" and anything larger than is considered a "carpet." A long narrow rug is called a "runner."
Floor décor may seem as permanent as a wall, but just because you don't own your home doesn't mean you have to live with bad laminate, splintering hardwood or pastel tiles circa 1984 -- or cover every inch with cheap rugs.