We have been curating our rug collection for 19 years and have hundreds of styles to choose from. Our collection has been selected with quality in mind and you can rest assured that we have chosen rugs from only the best manufacturers. Browsing our site you will find every rug type, from Modern Rugs to Traditional Rugs, Shaggy Rugs to Flatweave Rugs! Rugs make powerful design statements and they have the ability to completely transform rooms. They can act as artwork for the floor, such as a centre piece lounge rug may do, or they can fade into the background and speak texturally only, as a plain rug would do. It is important to select the right size and shape for your room; with just one simple switch a room can go from traditional to modern, classic to contemporary, or bland to bold.
So the question is, how do you decide which one is the right one for you? Here are some things to think about.
There are as many rug styles as their are room styles, meaning there's an almost unending variety of options. Options have moved on from traditional Persian rugs or classic European styles to modern and contemporary digitally produced alternatives. Bold florals, strong geometrics, simple jutes and sisals, and even novelty rugs, new printing techniques have opened up the design possibilities. Before settling on a style make sure to think about what kind of atmosphere you want to create in your room. And remember that a rug doesn't need to match everything in a room, but it should work with the textures and tones of the existing furnishings.
Colour is a natural starting point when choosing a rug. Obviously you need to think about what colours you like and what colours you'd like to live with day in and day out.
But that's not all. The colour of your area rug will set the tone for the entire room so it's an important decision. If you already have furniture consider how different colours will work with your existing items. If you already have a lot of colour and pattern you might want to consider something neutral, or least something that's a single colour.
If you don't already have furnishings consider how different rug colours will work with the tones of the flooring, walls, and ceiling. Rugs can either stand out or blend in, so think about what effect you want to create when considering colour.