SIZE GUIDE

Struggling with choosing the right size for your room? We’ve got you covered. Whether you want the rug to define the space by framing your furniture, or lift accent details - our size guide will help you choose the perfect fit.

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MEASURE IT OUT

To help visualise how the rug will look in your room - measure out the size with masking tape on the floor beforehand. This will give you a better sense for how to place your furniture on the rug, and how much space you have to work with.

SIZE MATTERS

Large Rug – A large rug is the foundation to a room, and should be used to highlight or compliment the rest of the furniture and decor. The larger the rug, the more spacious and grand the room will feel.

Smaller rug – If you want to create a space within the space, such as a corner seating area or niche - a smaller accent rug is the perfect choice.

STYLE GUIDE

The design and colour of the rug will impact how the room feels. If you choose a large rug which is patterned, this will make the room feel bigger and create more of a statement. A solid colour rug on the other hand will act as a backdrop to enhance the furniture and other details of the room.

LIVING ROOM

CENTRE THE RUG

In a smaller living room, you can create a feeling of more space by placing the furniture outside the rug with equal distance. Make sure the rug is at least as wide as the sofa, and there isn’t too much distance between the furniture and coffee table. A rug which is 170x140cm or 200x300cm is well suited for this type of space.

HALF-ON HALF-OFF

For slightly larger living rooms, you can place the front feet of the sofa and armchairs on top of the rug. It can be argued that having the edge of the rug partly covered by the furniture creates a more elegant and unified look. Here we recommend that the rug is approximately 20cm wider than the sofa on each side. Our 200x300cm or 250x350cm works perfectly for this layout.

FURNITURE ON TOP

For larger living rooms, we recommend placing the furniture on top of the rug. For a more grand feeling, make sure the rug is large enough so it frames around the furniture, allowing at least 15cm room between the sofa and edge of the rug. Depending on the size of your space, anything from 250x350cm up to 350x450cm are good sizes for this layout.

ASYMMETRICAL LAYOUT

If you have a large corner-sofa, you can align it with the corner edge of the rug. To create a feeling of balance and harmony - use the rest of the rug as a canvas to style the other furniture, playing with form and asymmetry. The 300x400cm is the best choice in this layout.

FRAMING YOUR FURNITURE

For large and open living spaces where you have two sofas facing each other, we recommend making the furniture the focal point by framing the rug around the furniture. Make sure the rug is a generous size so it extends at least 20cm around the furniture, and there is still enough distance between the furniture. A rug in 300x400cm or 350x450 cm is recommended in this layout.

DINING ROOM

SQUARE OR ROUND DINING TABLE

A square or round dining table which seats between 4- 8 guests works beautifully with a 250x250cm or 250x350cm rug - creating a subtle frame that promises both comfort and sophistication.

SMALL OR MEDIUM RECTANGULAR DINING TABLE

For a rectangular dining table that seats between 6-8 guests, a 200x300cm rug would be the best choice. For a smaller table that is around 150cm in length, this size rug will frame generously around the table, creating a more grand and elevated look.

SMALL OR MEDIUM DINING TABLE

For a dining table that seats between 6-8 guests, a 200x300cm rug would be the best choice. For a smaller table that is around 150cm in length, this size rug will frame generously around the table, creating a more grand and elevated look.

LARGE RECTANGULAR DINING TABLE

For a large rectangular dining table which seats between 8-10 guests, a 300x400cm rug would frame generously around the table - excluding comfort, luxury and drama to this dining space.

BEDROOM

SMALL BEDROOM

For a smaller bedroom with a twin-size bed - you can place either a 140x200cm or 170x240cm rug under the lower part of the bed. At least 90-120cm of the rug on each side of the bed, so you have enough room to put your feet down.

MEDIUM BEDROOM

If you have a slightly larger bedroom, a 200x300cm or 300x400cm rug under a queen-size bed allows plenty of room for your feet to land on. The larger rug size will also frame generously at the end of the bed where you can place a chic stool on top, or show off the beautiful texture and detail of your rug.

LARGE BEDROOM

For large bedrooms with a king-sized bed, positioning a 300x400cm or 350x450cm rug against the back wall perfectly frames the entire bed. This setup leaves room for night tables and plenty of space to tread on, while enhancing tranquillity through softened acoustics.