Traditional rugs

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Traditional rugs is term used to describe Persian style rugs i.e. Ornate floral or Medallion patterns woven for centuries and still popular.

Traditional rugs have intricate patterns that cover the entire rug. They can be complex in their design, and include flowers, leaves and geometric shapes, animal etc. These classic patterns and are best suited to homes that have a mote mature, sophisticated styling.

The quality of Traditional rugs

Traditional rugs vary in quality. Many people believe that they are expensive. This is not so. There is a huge range of traditional rugs, and although some are high-end, many are quite affordable for the average family.

These days Traditional rugs are made in synthetic, wool or silk fibres. They can be machine woven, hand tufted or hand woven as they have been for thousands of years.

Traditional rugs in your home

Most traditional rugs are used as the centrepiece in a room. They sit in the living area, surrounded by chairs and lounges, or they can even sit underneath a large dining room table. These elegant and sophisticated rugs are perfect for showing off your mature sense of style, and your desire to make your home a warm and comfortable place to be in.

Traditional rugs look spectacular on timber floors as the rich colours work together – the warm colours of the timber, and the reds and golds used in the rugs.

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Rug Size Guide

This Rug Size Guide summary is developed by RugSpot to help you choose the right rug.

How Do I choose the right Size?

The size of the rug will depend on the room and the way you’d like to set it.

Living Room – Consider the rug in relation to the furniture around it as it will affect what parts of the rug you will be able see. There are three to fit a rug in a room.

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Dining Room – For dining room you’d want to have the rug that covers the table and the chairs.  The rug needs to be big enough so that the chairs are pulled in and out on the rug. To do this you need to measure the length and width of the table.

Next pull out a chair as if you are going to sit on it and measure the distance between the back of the chair and the table.  Double up this distance and add it to both length and width of the table to get an approximate size for the rug you’ll need.

 Example:

Dining Table –  Length 2.00 Meter, Width 1.0 Meter

Chair and the distance allowed for sitting on it, say 0.75 Meter

 Approx Rug –    Length 2.00+2 x0.75 = 3.50 Meters, Width 1.0+0.75×2 = 2.50 Metres

 Tip: If your rug is too narrow or too short, chairs legs will fall off the rug and you’ll have difficulty pushing the chair back towards the table. Repeating this may also scratch your floor.

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Bedroom – There are three room setting

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Below are the approximate rug sizes and with potential room settings.

Dimensions (Cm)     Size                     Suitable Area

120 x 170 Cm                   Small                   Coffee table, children room, Entry area

160 x 230                          Medium             2-3 Seater Sofa

200 x 290                         Large                   3 Seater Sofa, or 4-6 seater dining table

240×330                           X Large               2 x 3 Seater Sofa or 8 seater dining table

380×390                           XX Large           Large Rooms, 10-12 seater dining table

80 x 300                           Short Runner   Short Hallway

80x 400                            Med. Runner    Medium Hallway

80x by Meter                   Long Runner    Very long Hallway See Runners Guide

 

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