Finding cotton rugs isn't rocket science. All you have to do is type “cotton bathrom rugs” into a search engine and voila you'll have thousands of results from online and offline stores. Any one of these suppliers will be more than happy to sell you anything you wish from their selection or rugs.
So the first step in finding the perfect cotton rug for your needs begins with making up your mind about what you're looking for in the first place. Smart consumers always comparison shop to make sure they're getting the best deal – even it's not a big ticket item it's always a good idea to compare prices in at least 3 different stores. There's nothing worse than finding the same product at 50% off in another store one hour after you bought it.
Another important thing to consider when shopping for cotton bathroom rugs is the importance of safety. More accidents occur in the bathroom than in any other room in the home. It does not matter how beautiful the colors and design patterns are, if your bathroom rug is not safe, you do not need it. Make sure that the rug you select is slip resistant for you and your children, if you have any. You can always buy slip resistant coating in sheets if you find a rug that you love but doesn't seem to be safe.
Aside from being slip resistant, you should select a bathroom rug that is water absorbent and quick drying. This creates another hazard if the rug remains wet for a long period of time after you step out of the bath or shower. Taking care of safety in your bathroom is critical; your life could, quite literally, depend on it.
Once you have taken care of safety features, think about the color and design of your cotton bathroom rugs. Many stores and manufacturers offer a wide variety of selections to choose from. Also, you can buy your rug as part of a matching shower curtain and towel set to make sure your bathroom stays consistently beautiful.
You'll often see rugs advertised as 100% cotton but this isn't always the truth. Usually you're buying a cotton blend which is no problem – as long as you're not paying inflated prices for it. 100% cotton generally costs more, depending on the manufacturer. Even the color can make a huge difference in the price so if it looks to good to be true…. well it probably is folks.
This is why shopping around before making a purchase is the best idea. You will know what to expect and be able to make the right selection based on your own knowledge, not on what the salesperson or store advertising is trying to sell you. Just because the bathroom rugs cost more does not necessarily mean that you are getting the highest quality.
If you decide to make your purchase online, know what the return policy is, and whether or not a warranty is offered. Again this is where comparison shopping becomes something you need to pay attention to.