This hard-wearing flat weave rug made of polypropylene with a gel backing has a subtle and natural look but with just the right amount of pop. It doesn't take over a room but still makes its mark. Works harmoniously with neutral decors.
SUITABLE ROOM TYPES
Use a rug to define or separate areas in your home, such the dining room and hallway.
If you use more than one rug in a room, make sure they are not the same size. Otherwise they will visually cut your room in half.
Use your favourite rug as the base of your colour scheme. If you add it later, ensure your rug accents or ties in with your existing colour scheme.
Rugs can visually quieten a room or turn up the volume, depending on the colour and design you select.
Use a rug to make a statement in your room. Create contrast by painting your walls a hue that ties in with one of your rug's accent colours.
Before you buy a rug for your room, measure your space. Subtract 1m from the length and width, giving you your maximum rug size. Leaving the floor bare at the edges will make your room appear larger.