1. Select the perfect size first! The first thing to decide upon is the size of a rug.

Measure up and select the optimal size before moving on to design, colour and composition selection.

The size of a rug is vital for connecting a room and tying everything together to create a balanced space. In an open plan room, a rug can define an area and enhance a rooms overall aesthetic.

Go for the largest possible size that fits, as it will unify a room and define the space you want to cover. A rug that is too small, will make the room look smaller and can also make furniture appear disconnected.

Rug size examples:

M - 160 x 230 cm

L - 200 x 290 cm

XL - 250 x 350 cm

XXL - 300 x 400 cm


2. Think outside the square (or rectangle) and consider the shape.

The most popular shape is rectangular for living, dining, bedrooms and narrow hallway runners.

However, a round rug is a delightful choice in bedrooms or can add a point of interest to a living space, playroom or study.

If you’re feeling extra creative you can custom design a rug shape especially for your space, which can be made to order. The choice is yours dependent on budget, dimensions of the room and the purpose of the rug.


3. If you feel there’s too many choices or want a rug that will outlast trends, opt for a timeless texture or durable flatweave.

Textured and flatweave rugs are currently the most popular amongst our extensive collection.

Browse our range of thick, plush and beautifully soft underfoot, some of our popular textures > EXPLORE TEXTURED RUGS click here

Flatweave rugs are durable and perfect for high traffic living and dining areas. > EXPLORE TEXTURED RUGS click here


4. Treat your rug with a little love & it will increase its lifespan.

A regular vacuum and the rotation of a rug in high traffic & sunlit areas, as well as the prompt treatment of spills, will extend the life of a rug.

Rug care differs by size, construction and yarn. Read more helpful tips here.




IN THE DINING ROOM – Scale and proportion is key

For Dining rooms, a rug should always be in proportion to the table.

It is best to leave enough space on either side of the table to avoid ‘catching’ the back of the rug with a chair. The back chair legs should always be sitting on the rug, even when being used. Your rug needs to be approximately 1.2m-1.5m wider and longer than your table (i.e at least 65-75cm around the perimeter of the table for chairs).




IN THE BEDROOM – Cosy, soft and luxurious

A rug in the bedroom will warm up and soften a room with hard flooring. A rug adds colour, pattern and texture to make a room feel luxurious and cosy.

Make sure the rug is underfoot when you get out of bed. The rug should be large enough to sit underneath the bed and side tables. Another option is for the rug to sit underneath the bed, stopping short of the side tables.

For those who don’t want a large rug under the bed but still want a soft place underfoot when getting out of bed, you can opt for a set of two runners placed either side of the bed.



We welcome you to browse the full collection ( click here > ), follow us on instagram for some rug inspiration or contact us with any questions you may have.

Happy rug hunting!