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Type A, B or C in the comments section, and we’ll reveal the answer tomorrow. One person will win an HGTV notebook — you don’t have to guess correctly for a chance to win.

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414 Responses

  1. CH! says:

    Judging by the monochromatic color scheme, and the contemporary style, and the amount of heavy objects in the room, the best fit would be area rug B.

  2. CeCe says:

    C would break up the everything matches scheme and add a pop of color

  3. peggy says:

    A. Tempted to go with the color wheel opposite, but gotta love the zebra.

  4. Bri says:

    A, for absolutely.

  5. marilyn anderson says:

    A

  6. Val from PA says:

    Definitely B!

  7. christine says:

    For me, it's A all the way. It adds to the overall color scheme of the room without screaming out 'look at me' and distracting everyone in the room. After all, it's a TV room and you want to focus on the general comfort of the room, not get blinded by a visually overstimulating floor decoration.

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