All the rugs on our website come in standard sizes: 300 x 200 cm, 300 x250 cm, 360 x 280 cm and 400 x 300 cm. We also have some smaller and larger rugs as part of our Available Rugs – other dimensions can be requested as a bespoke order.
Tolerance for dimension variation is more or less 3%, due to the manufacturing processes used.
If the dimensions you require do not correspond to any of the available rugs or standard sizes we offer, you are welcome to place a bespoke order.
Please note: For bespoke orders, rugs exceeding 12-square meters, there is an oversize surplus charge of 20%.
If you are unsure about the best size rug for your space, here are some tips that will help you.
It is important that the rug is proportional to the size of your room. A few centimeters can make all the difference between the rug bringing the room together or not. If in doubt between two sizes, it is better to choose the larger option.
How To Choose a Rug For Your Living Room
If you have an open space with free furniture that are not positioned against any walls, the best option is to choose a rug large enough to place all the furniture on the rug. This defines a clear seating area. The rug should extend at least ten centimetres on each side.
If your layout means that one side of the furniture is against a wall, then you can opt for a slightly smaller size whereby only the front legs of the sofas and armchairs are on the rug.
How To Choose a Rug For Your Dining Room
Whether you have a round or a rectangular table, it is vital to ensure that you have enough flat surface even when the chairs are pushed back. Therefore, we recommend your rug extends by 60 to 100 cm beyond all sides of the table.
How To Choose A Rug For Your Bedroom
In the bedroom, the bed is the focal point for placing the rug. The optimal layout is to have the bed and bedside tables on the rug allowing around 50-60 centimetres of space around all sides.
Another option is to have the rug cover all the walking areas surrounding your bed, allowing 50-60 centimetres on each side and beyond the foot of the bed.
For smaller bedrooms where the walls are quite close to the sides of the bed, runners on each side may be preferable The runners should be aligned with the bedside tables but slightly wider.