What Size Rug Do I Need?
Rug Solutions for a Living Room
A: The front feet of the main furniture pieces in a seating group should touch the edge of the rug.
B: All the furniture in the seating group can also rest completely on a rug.
Layering a smaller vintage rug on top of a larger jute rug is a great way to get the size you need and bring pattern + color into your space.
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Rug Solutions for a Dining Room
A: The front and back of your dining chair should rest completely on the rug.
B: A minimum of 1" of flooring should show between the rug and the wall.
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Rug Solutions for a Bedroom
A: 4x8 or 6x9 is a good size for a rug that sits at the end of the bed.
B: 8x10 or 9x12 is a good size for a rug that goes completely under the bed.
C: Runners or smaller scatter rugs can also work in bedrooms.
Customer image courtesy of The Cliffs at Hocking Hills photo by Caitie Rohrig