on all UK orders
on all UK orders
|SIZE:||380X280 CM 12.5X9.2 FT|
|CONDITION:||Used, Worn allover|
|PILE CONDITION:||Worn allover|
|APPROXIMATE AGE (YRS):||50+|
When it comes to buying a rug, it’s important that it fits the space that it’s intended for and it complements the existing décor, furniture and surroundings. To do this you will need to think about several factors including the room layout, the style of rug, the material and your colour scheme as well as the shape and size.
Rugs won’t work well for all rooms. Runner rugs wouldn’t be suited to a smaller living room while square rugs wouldn’t work with a round dining table. Finding the right rug requires research, an understanding of your space and your design choices.
There’s the classic layout which is ideal for smaller spaces or the dining layout which will make the best use of the available space in the dining room, matching the table and other items of furniture. Material choice is diverse and ranges from luxury through to more affordable and you can buy a rug that has a mixture of materials that gives greater flexibility in terms of style, colours and textures.
There are also various rug sizes from small square rugs to circular varieties and large, rectangular rugs for more spacious living areas. Buying a rug is so much more than simply choosing something you like. It must work well with the space that it is intended for. Read More
When you buy a new rug, it may shed or expel fluff for a period of time. Regular vacuuming should remove any loose debris.
Rugs are something that will be walked on a lot so they will attract lots of dirt and debris over time. Rugs should be hoovered regularly to maintain their condition.
When spillages occur, blog the spillage with a clean cloth or tissue. Do not rub the stain as this will change the appearance of the pile and it will be very difficult if not impossible to get it back to its original condition. Blot the stain from the outside in to avoid spreading it.
Keep your pets nails trimmed to avoid tears. Avoid wetting the rug too much to remove stains or pet hair and avoid placing the rug in direct, prolonged sunlight as this can cause the rug to fade.
If you are placing the rug underneath furniture, use furniture cups.