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More optionsTIPHEDE Rug, flatwoven 120x180 cm

TIPHEDE Rug, flatwoven, black/natural, 155x220 cm

More optionsSTARREKLINTE Rug, flatwoven 185x280 cm

STARREKLINTE Rug, flatwoven, natural/light green, 120x180 cmSTARREKLINTE Rug, flatwoven, natural/light green, 155x220 cm

More optionsLOHALS Rug, flatwoven 160x230 cm

LOHALS Rug, flatwoven, natural, 133x195 cmLOHALS Rug, flatwoven, natural, 200x300 cm

More optionsVEDBÄK Rug, low pile 170x230 cm

VEDBÄK Rug, low pile, light grey, 133x195 cmVEDBÄK Rug, low pile, light grey, 170x230 cmVEDBÄK Rug, low pile, light grey, 200x300 cm

More optionsKNARDRUP Rug, low pile 160x230 cm

KNARDRUP Rug, low pile, light grey, 133x195 cmKNARDRUP Rug, low pile, light grey, 200x300 cmKNARDRUP Rug, low pile, light grey, 160x230 cm

More optionsLYDERSHOLM Rug flatwoven, in/outdoor 200x300 cm

LYDERSHOLM Rug flatwoven, in/outdoor, medium brown, 133x195 cmLYDERSHOLM Rug flatwoven, in/outdoor, medium brown, 160x230 cm

More optionsSTRÖG Rug, flatwoven 155x220 cm

STRÖG Rug, flatwoven, natural, 120x180 cm

More optionsVONSBÄK Rug, low pile 200x300 cm

VONSBÄK Rug, low pile, dark blue, 133x195 cmVONSBÄK Rug, low pile, dark blue, 170x230 cmVONSBÄK Rug, low pile, red, 170x230 cm
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Round, plush, square, or fluffy. We love rugs equally for their ability to liven up a room and because they make things so cosy. Not to mention they can help create a sense of definition in your space, and they’re even sound absorbing. Whichever one you choose, rugs are an essential part of any home.

How to choose the right size rug for your space

What kind of rugs are in style now?

Natural fibres such as jute, sisal, and wool are popular in rug design. Textured or shaggy designs, as well as geometric patterns, are also trendy. Additionally, vintage and antique rugs are becoming increasingly popular, particularly those with unique patterns and colours.

How to choose a rug?

There are important factors to consider when choosing a rug, such as size and shape, material, design, durability, and budget. It's essential to consider where the rug will be located, its intended use, the aesthetic you want to achieve, and your budget.

What is the best quality rug to buy?

When deciding the best material for your rug, various factors are involved. The rug’s location in your home, such as the bedroom or a high-traffic area, should play a role in your decision. Your style should also be considered, whether you prefer a more traditional handwoven wool rug or a rug with a longer pile made from recycled materials.

What size rug for the living room?

  • When choosing the rug size for the living room, a good rule is that it should be longer than the sofa. It gives an airy impression and frames the space well.
  • Make sure the width extends under at least 1/3 of your sofa. This creates a sense of cohesion and balance in the room.
  • Two smaller rugs placed next to each other can function as one larger rug, especially if the pile is long enough to hide the edges. This allows you to play with different patterns and textures, making your living room unique. Don't miss out on this design trick to elevate your living room today.

How do you match a rug to a couch?

Here are a few basic principles to keep in mind.   

  • If you're looking to make the rug a focal point, consider choosing a brighter colour than your walls and furniture. On the other hand, if you have a neutral-coloured, single-hued sofa, a patterned rug can add visual interest and break up the solid block of colour.
  • A solid-coloured rug may be a better choice if your sofa is already patterned or multi-shaded.
  • It's also worth considering the overall aesthetic you're trying to create. A light-colored rug will help to open up the space, while a darker option will create a more intimate and closed-in feel.
  • When choosing a patterned rug, consider pairing it with the secondary colour of your sofa and selecting colours that complement your throw cushions, window coverings, and other room accents, as well as any artwork in the room.

How to clean a rug?

Here are some steps for cleaning a rug:

  1. Vacuum the rug thoroughly to remove any loose dirt or debris.
  2. Spot clean any stains or spills using a mild detergent and a damp cloth. Be sure to test the detergent on a small, inconspicuous area of the rug first to ensure that it won't cause discolouration or damage. 
  3. For larger stains, musty smell and certain types such as oriental rugs, consult a professional rug cleaning service.
  4. Always air dry the rug in the sunlight or indoors if possible, and avoid using heaters or fans as they can cause shrinkage. Read a more detailed guide about how to clean a rug at home