When buying a rug there’s a lot more to choose than just colour! You need to think about size, pile depth, placement, shape and style – and that’s where
I was lucky enough to choose three of their
For my dining room I chose the
For your dining room or kitchen, it’s important to choose a shallow pile rug as it will be much easier to keep clean in an area where food and high traffic are involved. When choosing a rug for under your dining table it is really there to ‘zone’ the space, so ensure your table and chairs all fit on the rug. Measure first, move furniture around to check and then decide on what will suit your space.
For my bedroom I chose the
For your bedroom choose a smaller rug and place it under the foot of your bed, coming approximately half way up. As an alternative option you could place a smaller rug to the side of the bed, where your feet land when you get out. For the bedroom think cosy, thick deep pile that feels luxurious under foot.
For my lounge I wanted neutral and earthy tones with lots of texture, so I went for
In your lounge room, generally a large sized rug is a great choice for the centrepiece of your room. Ensure the rug you choose compliments your furniture, interior décor and fits with your current furniture layout. Rugs are the perfect item to add another element of texture and softness to your space.
My Top Tips for choosing a rug for your lounge:
– In a small space place the rug in front of the sofa.
– In a large open space, I like the sofa to sit on the rug or even just the two front legs if your rug isn’t large enough for it to fit completely.
– If you have occasional chairs, put their front legs on the rug.
– For a modular sofa the bigger the rug the better.
– If you have two sofas position the rug in the centre between them.
You don’t need to be super matchy matchy when choosing a rug for your home, however it does need to compliment the space. Ensure it stands out from your original floor colour and then you can be as tame or as bold as you feel! Texture is key for bringing the most out of your room, so find something that adds a depth, you might like woven, woollen or shag, choose something you love!
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