Tips to Find the Perfect Rug for the Dining Room

Finding a dining room rug which is both stylish and practical is not an easy job. Too small rugs can mar the look of chairs and rugs while a fluffy pile can trap crumbs from the table, leading to a messy look. A good rug can bring texture, color, style and warmth to the dining area. Read on to know how to choose the right rug for your beautiful dining rugs.

1.Choose one with a big size

A dining area rug should extend at least 50-60 cm on all sides of the dining table. This will not only exude grandness but will also prevent guests from tripping over the rug while pulling out chairs. A rug with wide border is even better.

2. Pick a Short-Pile or Flat Weave Rug

In a dining room, spill are unavoidable. And the ease with which you can pull a chair, the better. Often short-pile rugs or flat weave rugs are an ideal choice for your dining areas. Save your shag rugs or other thick, fluffy rugs for living room, where they will require less maintenance.

3. Be Careful about Natural Fiber Rugs

Natural fiber rugs do look tempting for a dining area. With their great texture, affordable prices and classic look, natural fiber rugs, like jute, sisal and seagrass can instantly add charm to your dining spaces. However, where rugs of cotton and wool are easy to clean, these natural fiber materials can prove trickier. The key lies in the rug texture. The smoother and finer it would be, easier will be its cleaning. So be very careful while going for a natural fiber rug.


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Choosing rugs for your dining room can be tricky. On one hand you want to keep style in place and on the other hand, you want it to have all the practicality a dining rug should have, from easy maintenance to smooth walkability. This blog discusses about some pointers you should consider before zeroing on the rug for your eating area.


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