For a classic living layout, place the rug in the centre of the room and place the front legs of your sofa and armchairs on the rug. This will help create a better aesthetic and cleaner appearance.
For those who don’t want a large rug but still want a warm underfoot when getting out of bed, we recommend a round or runner rug to place at either side of the bed.
For high traffic, spill-risk areas like the dining area, we recommend a low-pile rug and easy-to-clean material like polypropylene for a rug.
Jute is highly absorbent, so it is best to avoid damp areas or spaces that may experience spills such and the bathroom, kitchen and dining areas, as liquids can stain the pile.
New wool rugs may experience some shedding within the first few months, however this will diminish overtime with frequent vacuuming.
This durable and long-lasting fibre is great for high traffic areas of the home and is both kid and pet friendly!
With viscose rugs, it is best to avoid spills and damp areas as liquids can stain the rug.