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Medallion Rug Gallery Releases Rug Personality Quiz

Rug Personality Quiz Used to Pinpoint Style, Fashion and Help Assist in Rug Buying

PALO ALTO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/07/14 -- Medallion Rug Gallery has released a new personality quiz designed to help one select his or her ideal handmade area rug. The quiz, which only takes a few moments to complete, uses a series of pictures to help determine the type of area rug that matches each individual's personality.

The informative rug personality quiz, which was initially distributed to those receiving the Medallion Rug Newsletter, is available on the medallion rug web site at http://www.medallionrug.com/personality-quiz/. Take the quiz today to jumpstart the search for an area rug! The results offer a great way to help reduce the time spent on selecting the perfect design.

After completing the quiz, be sure to peruse the vast array of items available online at http://www.medallionrug.com/. The Medallion Rug Gallery carries various styles of area rugs, ranging from large round floral area rugs to thin geometrical runner rugs. With so many rugs in stock, finding the right area rug within the right budget is not just a possibility, but a reality.

For the handmade rug connoisseur, the Medallion Rug Gallery also offers stunning antique handmade rugs from the finest international weavers. Their collectible rugs are not only breathtaking, but they are one of a kind and will add value to anyone's rug collection.

The company's Web site also features a blog where readers can find tips for buying rugs, caring for rugs, and benefits to owning area rugs. In addition, there are posts created specifically for moms to address unique needs of families in regards to rug ownership.

Another informative aspect of their Web site is the 'Rugs 101' section. This section provides a wealth of information on how rugs are made, including what types of materials and tools are used. There is also information on rug weavers.

Medallion Rug Gallery has been importing beautiful handmade rugs for over 30 years. Each exquisite rug is handmade with the finest materials available. The wide array of area rugs in various sizes and shapes allows for a great environment for interior designers, but all lovers of handmade area rugs are certainly welcome.

The Medallion Rug Gallery team is specially trained to help customers select items for their particular home décor needs. With over 10,000 area rugs to choose from, the task of selecting the perfect piece alone could easily become overwhelming. With the aid of staff, the search is more efficient and less stressful.

For more information on all products available, please visit their Web site at http://www.medallionrug.com and be sure to sign up for their newsletter to ensure you receive all of the latest information on new products and services!

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