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The Ultimate Guide To Rugs


Sharing the best interior rules for designing with rugs! Not only do rugs bring the perfect frame to your interior, color, and personality to your home, but they make every space more cozy. There's nothing like stepping on a soft rug to make you feel at home and bring the room together. The difficult part is knowing the correct size of a rug, and how to place it! Today I wanted to share with you my basic rug placement guide whether you need one for your living room, bedroom or any other space in the house. I have got you covered an hopefully I can answer all your rug dilemmas!


Photo Credit and Design by Amber Interiors


LIVING ROOM

- Make sure to leave 15cm on each side of the sofas or furnitures.

- All front legs of every sofa, chair and furnitures should be on the rug.

-Typical sizes are 150x200cm, 160x230cm.



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Photo Credit and Design by Studio Mcgee


Photo Credit and Design by Amber Interiors


Design Tip Layering Rugs:


-When layering rugs make sure to place the rug on top with a size of 2/3 from the size of the first rug. See example below.


Photo Credit and Design by Jenni Kayne

Photo Credit and Design by Jenni Kayne


DINING ROOM

-Make sure all the furniture including table and dining chairs are on the rugs.

-Make sure the rug has 20cm of space on each side.

-Leave enough space in the floor so the carpet does not cover the whole flooring space.



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Designer Eric Aust



Photo Credit and Design by Studio McGee


BEDROOM

Queen Bed and King Bed


-Make sure your rug doesn’t go all the way up to the night stands.

-The rug should at least have 20cm of space on both sides of the bed.

-Typical rug size for a Queen bed or King Bed is 200x230.



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Photo Credit and Design by Studio McGee



Photo Credit and Design by Studio McGee


Photo Credit and Design by Eyeswoon



Photo Credit and Design by Clements Design



Hope this Guide was helpful for you all and if you have any questions do comment below ;)

Until very soon!







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