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Living room rugs, outdoor rugs and floor rugs for bedrooms, hallways and beneath dining tables create comfort, style and warmth.... We have area rugs made from natural fibres like cute jute rugs as well as stain resistant wool rugs, small and large rugs, traditional and modern rugs too! Read more
Discover the difference stunning floor rugs can make to the style and comfort of your living areas, bedrooms, hallways and even your outdoor spaces too!
Aside from adding luxurious style to your home decor using colour, texture and design, thick area rugs provide several practical benefits:
Rugs have different purposes:
From small round rugs like Sika to square or rectangular large rugs like Tibet, we have a size and shape to suit every floor space. Discover gorgeous indoor rugs made from a range of materials such as:
Patterns and styles include monochrome colours, geometric patterns, textural patterns, plain colours, shaggy and fluffy rugs in irregular shapes.
Outdoor rugs add a finishing touch to alfresco dining spaces and outdoor living areas, truly bringing the indoors out for the ultimate Aussie lifestyle.
The things to consider when choosing a rug for your living room include:
Rug size is one of the most important features. Choose the biggest rug to fit within the area and with your budget, as a rug that is too small will make the space look smaller.
The colours should complement existing decor. They can contrast if the tones match, and some colours in the rug should match something in the room, perhaps a small home decor item, a lamp or a piece of furniture.
When choosing the best rug fibre for your living room, keep in mind your:
Your environment includes climate and conditions. If you’re buying rugs in Melbourne where cold winters and hot summers prevail, natural or synthetic rug fibres will work but wool rugs will provide the best insulation.
If you’re buying rugs in far north Queensland you’ll find synthetic rugs will cope with high humidity better than natural fibre rugs like jute, which don’t like getting wet.
Rugs for living rooms in busy homes with young children fare best if they are stain resistant and easy to clean.
The care and maintenance of rugs is determined by the fibre, so always follow the manufacturer’s care guide before washing your rugs.
Some rugs can be sponged clean or professionally steam cleaned, outdoor rugs made from 100% polypropylene can be hosed clean, while others prefer just a vacuum or a brush.