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Reinvent your style with a wall rug

A rug on the wall can truly transform a room – the look, the feel and even the sound. Choosing a new one gives you plenty of design options, but giving a rug you already have a new lease on life is also a resourceful way to go.

A rug on the wall, with VIKHAMMER bedside tables either side of a light-grey SLATTUM double bed, with KOPPARBLAD bed linen.
A rug on the wall, with VIKHAMMER bedside tables either side of a light-grey SLATTUM double bed, with KOPPARBLAD bed linen.

The traditional touch

If it’s nothing you’ve tried before, hanging a rug on your wall might feel like a radical move, but you’ll find it works well setting a traditional style in warm earthy tones.

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A bedroom with a black SAGSTUA bed made with grey-beige ÄNGSLILJA bed linen, a rug on the wall and a HEMNES bedside table.
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Complementing classics

Choosing a timeless look opens a whole world of traditional styling options, from furniture, colours and patterns to knobs, handles and accessories. Why not an old-school alarm clock by the bed?

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A black DEKAD alarm clock and pieces of GLADELIG tableware lie scattered with patches of fabric and natural-colour string.
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The power of colour

A rug in strong, vibrant colours can be a fantastic eye-catcher on the wall – almost like an abstract piece of art that sets the tone for your choice of furniture and decorations.

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A TONVIS table lamp on a black VIKHAMMER bedside table by a SLATTUM bed with KOPPARBLAD bed linen and a blue rug on the wall.
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Match the mood

Pick up the shifting nuances of your rug and let them echo throughout the room. Capturing some of them in contrasting black frames amplifies the artistic look even more.

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A scattered mix of items in shades of blue: dark-turquoise FÄRGKLAR tableware, a MALLHOPPA alarm clock, string and fabric.
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Let texture do the talking

A wall rug that is discreet in colour but bold in texture makes a subtle but interesting backdrop. It can be just the right move for a natural, light and airy style that lets you settle in softly.

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A bedroom with a beige rug on the wall and a BJÖRKSNÄS birch bed, a white VIKHAMMER bedside table and ÄNGSLILJA bed linen.
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Keeping it light

If you dress your bedroom with textiles in matching beige and white, it makes sense to let your decorations continue the same colour scheme. Perhaps some white roses in that white vase?

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A scattered mix of items with a white FLITIGHET side plate, a beige DINERA espresso cup and saucer, fabric and string.
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