A rug is a great place to start if you’re designing a room from scratch and is also an easy way to instantly change the look of a finished space. Our rugs are versatile and easy to style in sizes that suit utility rooms, kitchens and smart living spaces alike. We use natural fibres and materials as much as possible, resulting in a wonderful collection of jute, wool and natural cotton rugs that work well all year round. Ground your scheme with colour, print and textural interest with our collection of screen printed, embroidered and woven rugs.
This is entirely down to preference and dependant on if you require an area rug or a larger floor covering. However, as a general rule we feel that bigger is better. A rug that is too small in a room can make the space immediately feel smaller. Before purchasing your rug, accurately measure your space and decide where your rug will be positioned. If you have furniture in your room, you will want the rug to sit under the furniture legs and for there to be rug visible on either side. A bigger rug will enhance your space and can finish a room.
This depends on the material of the rug and where it is positioned in the home. If you are looking for a rug that will be in a busy area of your home, such as a hallway or kitchen, we recommend opting for a robust jute rug or a jute/wool mix. When choosing a rug for a bedroom, living room or a less busy area of the home, then you can choose a wool rug with a deep pile for a more luxurious finish.
We recommend hoovering your rug regularly. Care instructions do differ depending on the material of the rug, however, if you do have a spillage or mark we recommend spot cleaning with diluted vinegar for the best results.
A great room scheme is made up of lots of parts. Take a look at the work of any good interior designer and you'll notice just how many components go into a single space. Managing all of these elements is a delicate balancing act: Too much furniture and the room looks cluttered, not enough texture and the final look is flat and uninteresting. There are so many things to think about when you start putting a room together, but one of the most important areas is the floor.