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Safi Flatweave Rug
Safi Flatweave Rug
$239.00$798.00
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Jeanna Indoor/Outdoor Rug
Jeanna Indoor/Outdoor Rug
$323.00$1,078.00
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Tameka Rug
Tameka Rug
$118.40$148.00
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Screenland Rug
Screenland Rug
$158.40$198.00
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Orlanda Indoor/Outdoor Rug
Orlanda Indoor/Outdoor Rug
$1,249.00$2,498.00
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Rory Handwoven Wool-Blend Rug
Rory Handwoven Wool-Blend Rug
$104.00$148.00
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Nuray Rug
Nuray Rug
$334.40$418.00
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Khloe Handwoven Jute-Blend Rug
Khloe Handwoven Jute-Blend Rug
$749.00$1,498.00
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Acoma Hand-Knotted Wool Rug
Acoma Hand-Knotted Wool Rug
$2,638.40$3,298.00
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Noemie Handwoven Wool Rug
Noemie Handwoven Wool Rug
$1,179.00$2,358.00
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Moi Handwoven Wool Rug
Moi Handwoven Wool Rug
$399.00$798.00
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Harita Rug
Harita Rug
$142.40$178.00
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Salacia Shag Rug STORM GREY
Salacia Shag Rug STORM GREY
$142.40$178.00
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Zehra Hand-Knotted Wool Rug
Zehra Hand-Knotted Wool Rug
$1,449.00$2,898.00
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Dylan Hand-Knotted Rug
Dylan Hand-Knotted Rug
$449.00$898.00
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When it comes to pulling the look (and feel) of a room together, consider the rug your most trusty accomplice. Not only can the perfect rug unify color schemes, anchor varying furniture styles and make a small space feel larger or a large space more inviting—it also does double-duty in protecting flooring from daily wear-and-tear, or hiding imperfections. But, with so many options out there, it can often be one of the trickiest purchases a homeowner makes; for example, what is the best size, material or color? And what about the level of maintenance required for fabric care?


No worries—we’re here to help. Whether it serves as the design inspiration for the rest of the room, or simply used as a functional accent (hello, sound-proofing), here’s our guide to finding the right rug for every use.


SIZE

Variations in rug sizing have the power to completely change the perception of a room’s overall space—which is why choosing the right size is so crucial. For example, an open floor concept will benefit from a rug’s ability to add a cozier, more inviting feel, while smaller rooms can be made to appear larger.


Pro Tip: A good rule of thumb to follow is taking the general measurements of the room and going 1-2 feet smaller. Or, use painter’s tape to block off the areas you’d like to cover, and go from there.


LIVING ROOM

  • Ensure that at least the two front legs of your sofa (and any neighboring armchairs) are on the rug.
  • For open floor plan space, all the furniture should fit on the rug to leave a clean aesthetic flow in the surrounding area.
  • Typical sizes: 8x10, 9x12, 10x14

BEDROOM

  • For larger rooms, choose a rug that fits under both the entire bed and night tables.
  • For smaller rooms, choose a rug that fits under the bed, or, opt for small area rugs to either side.
  • Typical sizes: Queen Bed – 8x10, King Bed – 9x12

DINING ROOM

  • Use the dining table as your guideline; you’ll want the rug to be large enough to still accommodate pushed-back dining chairs.
  • Leave at least 12 inches around the perimeter of the room.
  • Typical sizes: 6x9, 8x10, 9x12

KITCHEN

  • Runners are great for adding depth and dimension—because it won’t be anchored by furniture, be sure to pair it with a slip-proof rug pad underneath.
  • Typical sizes: 2x3, 3x5

ENTRY WAY

  • Consider runners and small area rugs are the perfect companion for narrow hallways and spaces.
  • Typical sizes: 2.5x7, 2.5x10

OUTDOOR

  • Select your size using the dimensions of your patio or deck as a point of reference; you’ll want to leave about 12-24 inches of visible floor around your rug.
  • Typical sizes: 5x7, 6x9, 9x12

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F.A.Q.

What type of rug is best for homes with dogs? 

Rugs made from durable, easy-to-clean materials are ideal for households with dogs and other pets. 


The most dog-friendly rugs are made from nylon, polypropylene, and other synthetic fabrics. These moisture- and stain-resistant fabrics withstand accidents and muddy paw prints. They’re affordable and have long lifespans, making them a wise investment for pet owners. 


Wool rugs are another excellent choice for homes with dogs. They resist pet odors and stains. They’re also easy to clean with a vacuum or portable spot cleaner. Finally, many dog owners prefer natural wool over synthetic fabrics for its biodegradability and sustainability.


Dog owners should also carefully consider the rug color. Rugs with dark colors or patterns help disguise dirt and fur, allowing you to stretch out the time between cleanings. Avoid light-colored rugs, especially if your dog has white fur. 

What is the best quality material for a rug? 

Wool is one of the most popular and highly regarded rug materials. These tough natural fibers last many years, even in high-traffic areas. Wool rugs also have a natural coating called lanolin. This oil seals the wool and prevents moisture and dirt from penetrating the rug, so you won’t have to worry about unsightly stains. 


Cotton is another excellent choice for rugs. This natural fabric feels soft and luxurious underfoot, adding another layer of coziness to your home. Like wool, cotton is easy to clean and maintain. These rugs are durable and lightweight, so you can toss them in the washing machine to keep them dirt-free and fresh. 


Synthetic materials like nylon and polypropylene can work best for homes with children or pets. Manufacturers often treat synthetic rugs with stain-resistant coatings to repel drool, spilled juice, and other liquids. Synthetic fibers also resist fading, so you can place them in sunny areas or outdoors. However, synthetic rugs may not feel as luxurious and soft as natural rugs. 

How many years will a rug last? 

Most high-quality rugs last five to 10 years. However, several factors can impact their lifespan. 


The rug's material plays a significant role in its longevity. High-quality silk and wool rugs last decades if properly maintained. Other long-lasting materials include cotton, jute, and sisal.


Maintenance also affects a rug’s lifespan. Your rug will last longer if you regularly shake out dirt and vacuum it. You should also immediately clean spills and stains with a manufacturer-approved solution. Rotate the rug every three to six months so one area doesn’t wear out faster than the others. 


Finally, proper storage helps rugs stay bright and fresh for as long as possible. To prevent mold, clean and dry rugs thoroughly before storing them. Next, roll the rug up tightly and wrap it in a protective fabric, not plastic. This cover will shield it from dust and moisture while allowing the material to breathe.