Do you love large area rugs but don't like the large dent it makes in your pocketbook? It's easy to make your own using carpet squares (or carpet tiles) and tape. Although each person may do it a little differently...here is the gist of the project!
Gather Your Carpet Squares
You might be lucky enough to have a sampling of carpet squares or tiles in your collection. If not, try Craigslist, eBay or find out if your local carpet store is willing to part with some random samples for a low fee. They don't all have to be the same size, but they should at least be of the same type, such as deep, fluffy, or thin.
Flip the carpet pieces over in the same exact spot that you laid it out, and apply carpet tape, TacTiles (or even Duct tape), to the bottom. Do this until every single carpet seam is connected together.