The textural category is another wherein individual pieces vary widely from one to the next. They share texture as a defining element of design but differ in what creates that texture. Some textural-style rugs feature high-low elements, the difference in pile creating variation in texture. In others, texture is derived from utilizing natural fibers like hemp, jute, and seagrass. The textural family also includes tone on tone, shag, and hair on hide pieces. In many instances, texture is a substitute for color and this style of rug tends towards a neutral or monochromatic color scheme. A textural rug is ideal for adding a coziness and warmth to a space and is especially suited for a bedroom.