• Contemporary Rugs

    Contemporary Rugs

    Unique and striking rugs designed for minimalist simplicity and bold statements.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • How Do I Choose A Modern Or Contemporary Rug?

      A rug can be a great addition to any room. In most instances, a rug helps identify space when unifying furniture, decoration and accessories. But a rug may also help with noise reduction, for example, on a wooden floor or in a room with a considerable echo.

      Rugs are not just flooring! Adding a Contemporary and Modern rug can help you achieve many design objectives, such as:

      Defining your space: If you have an open concept design in your house, a rug will help define any living area, such as dining rooms, living rooms and bedrooms.

      Make the room feel bigger: The bigger the rug, the bigger the room feels. Use this design trick for rooms that appear to be narrow or cramped.

      Unify your decor: If the room doesn’t feel ‘finished’, adding a rug may be the missing link. Use a rug that fits well with your decor and design to unify the space.

      Keep the room fresh: If you like to change the design of your room regularly, a new rug is a perfect way to get a new look. Keeping your large pieces of furniture the same but adding a new rug can quickly make the old space feel new again.

    • What Materials Are Modern Rugs Made From?

      Modern rugs are crafted from an array of materials that reflect the era's commitment to innovation, functionality, and aesthetic appeal. These materials go beyond the traditional fibres commonly associated with rugs, incorporating a mixture of natural fibres to create designs that cater to diverse tastes and practical considerations.

      Wool: Wool remains a popular choice due to its natural beauty, durability, and softness underfoot. Modern wool rugs often feature a combination of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary designs, making them versatile additions to various interior styles.

      Silk: Silk is renowned for its luxurious texture and sheen, and it is often used to create intricate patterns and fine details. Silk adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to modern interiors, blending timeless craftsmanship with contemporary design sensibilities.

      Cotton: Cotton is frequently used as a foundation material. Its durability and versatility make it an excellent choice for flat weave rugs or as a backing material for those with more intricate designs.

      Viscose: Viscose, also known as artificial silk, is a semi-synthetic fibre that mimics the luxurious appearance of silk. Viscose gives a silky texture and ability to reflect light, adding depth and dimension to modern interiors.

      Bamboo Silk: Derived from bamboo fibres, bamboo silk rugs are eco-friendly options that combine modern design with sustainable materials. They often exhibit a lustrous finish and offer a smooth surface underfoot, such as this Contemporary Indian Transitional Rug from our exchange.

      Jute and Sisal: These natural fibres bring a textural element. Jute and sisal offer a rustic and organic feel, making them well-suited for adding contrast and warmth to contemporary spaces.

      Recycled Materials: In line with eco-conscious design trends, recycled materials like plastic bottles or reclaimed textiles have gained popularity. These rugs contribute to sustainability while maintaining a modern aesthetic.

      Leather and Hide: Unconventional materials such as leather or animal hides can also feature. They introduce texture and a sense of luxury to contemporary interiors, often with geometric patterns or patchwork designs.

      The choice of material for a modern rug depends on factors like desired texture, maintenance requirements, and overall design objectives. The materials used in modern rug construction reflect the fusion of traditional craftsmanship with contemporary needs, resulting in rugs that harmonise style and practicality in a dynamic and aesthetically pleasing manner.

    • How Do I Choose The Right Modern Rug For My Space?

      When choosing a rug pad for your modern rug, opt for a pad specifically designed for your type of flooring and rug size. There are various materials and thicknesses available to suit different needs. Investing in a quality rug pad is a small investment that can significantly extend the life of your modern rug and enhance the comfort and safety of your living space.

      Choosing the right modern rug for your space involves considering several factors to ensure that the rug enhances the aesthetics and functionality of the room. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you make an informed decision:

      Define Your Purpose: Determine the purpose of the rug in your space. Are you looking to anchor the seating area, add a pop of colour, or create a focal point? Understanding the role the rug will play will guide your choices.

      Consider Size: Measure the area where you intend to place the rug. The size of the rug should be proportionate to the size of the room and the furniture arrangement. A general rule is to leave a border of 18-24 inches between the rug and the walls or furniture.

      Choose a Style: Identify the design style you want to achieve in the room as there are various options for patterns, colours, and textures. Consider whether you want a bold geometric pattern, an abstract design, or a more subdued neutral rug.

      Colour Palette: Select colours that harmonise with the existing colour scheme of the room. The rug can either complement the colours or act as a statement piece with a pop of contrasting colour.

      Texture and Material: Decide on the texture you prefer. Modern rugs come in different materials, such as wool, silk, synthetic fibres, and blends. Consider factors like comfort, durability, and ease of cleaning when choosing the material.

      Pattern and Design: Often featuring abstract patterns, geometrics, and minimalist designs, choose a pattern that resonates with your style while enhancing the overall aesthetics of the room.

      Room Traffic and Usage: If the rug will be placed in a high-traffic area, opt for a material that can withstand wear and tear. Consider a low-pile rug for areas with frequent movement.

      Personal Preferences: Reflect on your personal preferences. Do you prefer bold, eye-catching designs or more understated elegance? The rug should align with your individual taste and contribute to the overall ambience of the room.

      Budget: Set a budget for the rug as they come in a wide range of price points. While investing in a quality rug is important for longevity, there are options available for different budgets.

      Trial and Visualise: Visualise how the rug will look in the space before making a final decision. With our Rug Home Viewing Service, you can try a selection of rugs in your own home to see how they suit the space and decor.

      Consider Underlay: Don't forget to factor in the use of rug pads or underly for comfort, safety, and protection of both the rug and the flooring.

      By carefully considering these aspects and weighing your options, you'll be better equipped to choose a modern rug that not only complements your space but also aligns with your design preferences and practical needs.

      Contemporary or Modern rugs are a great way to add softness and warmth to the room. Contemporary and Modern rugs can be used to bring your home’s design and colours together by adding additional and/or complementary colours, patterns and textures to a room’s design and by defining your furniture in the room.

      Adding a Contemporary or Modern rug to your home is also a great way to add colour without permanently committing to particular colour schemes or if you want to vary these colour schemes in the room. If you have hardwood floors fitted throughout your property, adding a Contemporary and Modern rug also provides additional comfort and warmth underfoot.

    • What To Consider When Purchasing A Contemporary Or Modern Rug?

      With so many choices, choosing which rug is right for you can be very challenging. Consider combining Contemporary and Modern rugs with more traditional furniture or accessories. Contemporary and modern looks can also stand out in a room and add a signature focal point to the space.

      Keep these tips in mind when you start your rug search, and they can help you find the right Contemporary and Modern rug for your space:

      Find the right rug at the right size: In a living room, for example, you want a rug large enough to put at least the front legs of each piece of furniture on. The rug running under the furniture makes the rug feel much larger in size. We don’t recommend using the rug as an anchor for a piece of furniture on its own, much like a coffee table. In the bedroom, for example, a rug going under around two thirds of the bed would be advised. A smaller rug may look out of place and not fit with the room but sometimes this is just down to individual preference.

      Don’t cover a rug: Keep in mind the types of furniture you have in your home when selecting a Contemporary and Modern rug. If you have large pieces of furniture, try a rug with an all-over design that can still be seen when the furniture covers some of it up. If the rug has a unique design feature on it, consider furniture that could be moved around or used to showcase this focal point of the rug.

      Don’t be afraid to mix patterns: If your furniture uses signature prints or design elements, don’t be afraid to choose a rug with a signature design as well. A design rule to consider is to look for a rug design that is not the same or similar size to the patination on the furniture. A smaller design is useful as a backdrop while a larger design will stand out. If you have a pattern elsewhere in the room, try introducing a contrasting design feature such as colourful polka dots against more traditional floral patterns.

      Make sure you know your furniture style: Furniture is generally kept for a long period of time and adding a Contemporary and Modern rug is a great way to add new design elements without re-thinking an entire space. It is best to be sure of your furniture preferences so you can add different design elements to your room that refresh and improve on the look and feel of your space, without the risk of adding too many or clashing styles. If you are considering changing your furniture, it is best to be sure of the style you are going to change to and this helps you pick the best rug options for the space.

      Rug Wear & Tear

      There are a few rules that apply to virtually every rug:

      Remember to turn your rug regularly because it will not only ensure even wear, it will also deter moths. This applies to all rugs, regardless of their material.

      If you have a woollen rug, gently vacuuming your rug regularly will help remove any soiling and keep the rug fresh and free from stray fibres

      Consider adding a semi-adhesive anti-slip underlay underneath your rug. This keeps your rug in place, preventing it and you from slipping and sliding around the room and the rug from getting unnecessarily dirty. Adding a semi-adhesive underlay can also further soften and add an additional ‘bounce’ underfoot.

      Do not pull at loose threads. If you see a loose thread on your rug, always make sure you snip it off at the root, as this will reduce the risk of unravelling.

    • What Modern Or Contemporary Rug Design Options Do I Have?

      When it comes to rugs, the possibilities are almost infinite! From traditional Persian rugs to floral Afghan rugs and minimalist abstract rugs.

      Our Contemporary and Modern rugs collection has a huge variety of colour, size and design options, from more traditional designs with contemporary two tonal colouring to bold splashes of randomised design and vibrant contrasting colours. If you don’t see what you are looking for, just get in touch with your requirements as we don’t post all of our stock online.

      We can also tailor Contemporary and Modern rugs to your specific design, colour and size requirements through our Bespoke rug making service.

      Choosing the right style, material and pile

      As a general rule, the trick to selecting the right type of rug for your home is to complement the classic, traditional and contemporary styles of your existing spaces or the house itself.

      Purchasing a rug can sometimes be overwhelming but narrowing it down to a specific category or design style (whether contemporary, classic or antique) will make it easier. The key to selecting a rug is to think about your overall design, furniture styles and decoration and to have a clear vision of the final look you want to achieve in the home or property. We are always here to advise so if you need help narrowing down your rug choice, just get in touch.

      Contemporary and Modern rugs are generally woven in the below materials:

      Wool – The most popular choice for rugs. Contemporary and Modern woollen rugs offer longevity, softness and insulation. These rugs are perfect for high-traffic areas such as living rooms and dining rooms.

      Silk – Silk rugs deliver more softness and also a subtle shine that is extremely smooth to the touch. Providing finer details than a woollen rug, Contemporary and Modern silk rugs are ideally suited for bedrooms and lower traffic areas.

      Wool & Silk Blend – The longevity and durability of woollen rugs with an added degree of softness and shine of silk rugs. Suitable for both high-traffic and low-traffic areas.

    • Why Choose London House Rugs?

      We have decades of experience when it comes to sourcing, selling and weaving Contemporary and Modern rugs. We are dedicated to supplying the highest quality rugs with the most eclectic mix of designs and offer a complimentary home viewing service. This lets our clients see their selection of rugs in their homes and properties.

      We have decades of experience when it comes to sourcing, selling and weaving Contemporary and Modern rugs. We are dedicated to supplying the highest quality rugs with the most eclectic mix of designs and offer a complimentary home viewing service. This lets our clients see their selection of rugs in their homes and properties.

    • Are Modern Rugs Easy To Clean?

      Modern rugs are designed with a focus on practicality, and many of them are indeed engineered to be easy to clean. The ease of cleaning depends on several factors, including the choice of materials, construction techniques, and any additional treatments applied during manufacturing.

      Material Selection: Synthetic materials like polyester, nylon, and acrylic often have inherent stain-resistant properties, making them relatively easy to clean. These materials can resist spills and dirt, allowing for simple spot cleaning.

      Treatment and Coatings: Some rugs undergo treatments or coatings that enhance their stain resistance. Manufacturers may apply protective finishes that repel liquids and prevent stains from setting in, facilitating easier cleanup.

      Low Pile and Flat Weave Designs: Many feature low pile or flat weave designs, which have shorter fibres or a smoother texture, such as these Traditional Kilim Rugs. These styles are less likely to trap dirt and debris, making them easier to vacuum and clean compared to high-pile options.

      Regular Maintenance: Vacuuming on a consistent basis helps prevent dirt and dust from accumulating. Quick action when spills occur also contributes to easy cleaning—blotting up liquids and treating stains promptly minimises the risk of permanent damage.

      Professional Cleaning: Periodic professional rug cleaning can still be beneficial. Professional cleaning services can effectively remove deep-seated dirt, allergens, and stains that may be more challenging to address with regular at-home cleaning methods.

      It's important to note that while many modern/ contemporary rugs are designed for easy cleaning, the specific cleaning instructions can vary based on the rug's materials and construction. Always refer to the manufacturer's care guidelines to ensure that you're using the appropriate cleaning methods and products for your particular rug.

    • Can Modern Rugs Be Used Outdoors?

      Modern rugs have evolved to accommodate various lifestyle needs, including the desire to extend interior design aesthetics to outdoor spaces. While not all of them are suitable for outdoor use, there is a growing selection of options specifically designed to withstand the elements and enhance outdoor living areas.

      It has to be noted, however, that modern rugs suitable for outdoor use are generally machine-made, meaning their lifespan is particularly short in comparison to Handmade modern and contemporary rugs.

      All modern and contemporary rugs supplied by LHR are made from natural materials such as wool and silk, so understandably, they would be prone to water damage and unsuitable to use during the wetter months. However, some clients do place their handmade rugs outdoors during summer as they provide protection from dirty floors as well as a stylish surface for placing dining tables or even act as a giant luxury picnic blanket.

      One thing to consider when doing this is that UV rays from the sun can cause the rug to fade over time, so it's best not to leave the rug outside for too long.

    • Do Modern Rugs Work Well With Other Decor Styles?

      Absolutely, they are incredibly versatile and can complement a wide range of decor styles, making them a versatile and popular choice for many interior design aesthetics. Their clean lines, bold patterns, and minimalist appeal often allow them to harmonise seamlessly with various decor themes:

      Minimalist: A natural fit for minimalist decor, their clean designs and neutral colour palettes align with the simplicity and lack of clutter that characterise this style. A modern rug can add texture and a touch of visual interest without overwhelming the space.

      Contemporary: Reflecting current design trends, they naturally align with contemporary decor. Their abstract patterns and sleek lines can enhance the overall contemporary vibe of a room, contributing to its up-to-date and fresh aesthetic.

      Mid-Century Modern: Pairing exceptionally well with mid-century modern decor, the geometric patterns often found in modern rugs resonate with the geometric shapes commonly seen in mid-century furniture and decor. Choosing a modern rug can enhance the cohesive and retro-modern look of the space.

      Industrial: The clean lines and urban sensibility of modern rugs can complement industrial decor by adding a touch of softness to the raw and often minimalist elements found in industrial spaces. A modern rug can create a stylish contrast and create a more inviting atmosphere.

      Bohemian: While modern rugs may seem minimalistic, they can provide a contemporary backdrop for the eclectic mix of colours, patterns, and textures that characterise boho style.

      Transitional: For those who love the blend of traditional and contemporary elements in transitional decor, modern rugs are an excellent choice. They bridge the gap between classic and contemporary, providing a harmonious transition between various design elements.

      Eclectic: Modern rugs can become a focal point in eclectic interiors, grounding diverse decor elements. Their abstract patterns can complement the mix of styles often seen in eclectic spaces, adding a touch of modern flair.

      Scandinavian: The simplicity and understated elegance of modern rugs align well with Scandinavian design. A modern rug can provide a cosy touch to a Scandinavian-inspired room while maintaining the overall clean and uncluttered look.

      In essence, modern rugs possess a versatility that allows them to adapt and enhance a variety of decor styles. They provide a canvas upon which to build a cohesive design while infusing spaces with a contemporary touch. Whether you're aiming for a sleek, minimalistic space or a more eclectic and vibrant environment, they have the capacity to elevate and harmonise with your chosen decor style.

    • Can Rug Pads Be Used With Modern Rugs?

      Of course! Using a rug pad with a modern rug is highly recommended and beneficial for both the longevity of the rug and the safety and comfort of your space. Rug pads are not limited by rug style and are, in fact, an essential accessory for various types of rugs, including modern ones. Here's why using a rug pad with a modern rug is a wise choice:

      Protection for Your Rug and Floor: A rug pad acts as a protective barrier between your modern rug and the floor beneath. It prevents friction and abrasion, which can lead to premature wear and damage to the rug's fibres. Additionally, a rug pad helps prevent the colour transfer from the rug to your flooring.

      Slip Prevention: Rug pads enhance the safety of your space by preventing them from slipping or sliding, which is particularly important in high-traffic areas or homes with kids and elderly individuals. This slip prevention can help avoid accidents and provide a stable foundation for your modern rug.

      Cushioning and Comfort: A rug pad adds an extra layer of cushioning under your modern rug, making it more comfortable to walk on. This is especially beneficial for hard flooring surfaces like hardwood or tile, where the additional cushioning can provide relief to your feet and joints.

      Preservation of Rug Shape: Like any other type of rug, they can experience creases or folds when placed directly on the floor. A rug pad helps maintain the shape and structure of your rug by providing a smooth and even surface for it to rest on.

      Improved Air Circulation: Rug pads elevate the rug slightly off the floor, creating a gap that allows air to circulate underneath the rug. This can prevent moisture buildup and potential mould or mildew issues, which is especially important for natural fibres.

      Easy Maintenance: A rug pad makes vacuuming and cleaning your modern rug more efficient. It prevents the rug from getting caught in the vacuum's beater bar and allows dirt and debris to be more easily removed from the rug.

    • What’s The Difference Between ‘Modern’ and ‘Contemporary’ Rugs?

      The terms "modern" and "contemporary" are often used interchangeably, but they hold distinct meanings when referring to interior design. Understanding these differences can help you make informed choices when selecting rugs for your living spaces.

      Modern Rugs:

      "Modern" in the context of rugs refers to a specific design style that emerged in the mid-20th century, roughly from the 1920s to the 1950s. They are influenced by the Modernist movement, which celebrated simplicity, minimalism, and the use of new materials and technologies. They often feature clean lines, geometric shapes, and a departure from ornate traditional designs. They encapsulate the design ethos of their time and prioritise functionality while reflecting the changes brought about by industrialisation.

      Modern rugs might include abstract patterns, bold colour contrasts, and innovative materials like nylon and polyester. Wool and silk are also used, but the focus is on achieving a streamlined aesthetic. They are characterised by their emphasis on form following function, showcasing a harmony between design and practicality.

      Contemporary Rugs:

      "Contemporary" refers to those that are reflective of the current design trends and sensibilities. Unlike modern rugs, which are rooted in a specific historical period, contemporary rugs are not tied to any particular era. They are constantly evolving and adapting to the prevailing design aesthetics of the present.

      Contemporary rugs may draw inspiration from a range of sources, including modernist principles, but they also incorporate post-modern, minimalist, and even traditional elements. These rugs exhibit a broad spectrum of designs, materials, and styles. Contemporary rugs might feature experimental patterns, organic motifs, and even digital prints. They embrace the use of natural materials as well as innovative fibres, catering to a wide array of tastes and preferences.

      In summary, modern rugs belong to a specific era defined by mid-20th-century design principles, while contemporary rugs encapsulate the ongoing design trends of the present and are not limited to any specific time period or aesthetic.

    • What is A Contemporary Or Modern Rug?

      Modern rugs have become a prominent feature in interior design, offering a departure from traditional rug styles and introducing a refreshing blend of innovative designs, bold patterns, and a minimalist aesthetic. As the name suggests, they epitomise the spirit of contemporary living, encapsulating the essence of modernity in both form and function.

      Unlike their more traditional counterparts, they are characterised by their clean lines, geometric shapes, and often asymmetrical patterns. They embrace simplicity while infusing spaces with a sense of vibrancy and energy. These rugs often favour neutral colour palettes, although they can also incorporate striking bursts of colour to create focal points within a room. This balance between simplicity and creativity is what makes modern rugs so captivating and versatile.

      Contemporary rug designs are typically characterised by sharp contrasts, bold colours and geometric or free-form elements. By and large, their look is architectural and modern. Although contemporary and modern designs can hint at the past, the look and feel of a contemporary and modern rug differ to that of a traditional style. It is a very diverse rug category and provides a great deal of variety for individuals, with rugs sometimes more like sculptures compared to their traditional counterparts.

      A Contemporary and Modern rug is like a piece of modern art. They can contain bold colours, patterns or even graphics that can be completely out of the ordinary. Sometimes also containing sharp contrasts and abstract elements. They can also have an architectural approach to design, appearing free-form in style or geometric in pattern. Some of the most popular abstract designs will include various colours blended to create a smooth, flowing spectrum, and this makes it easy to fit our Contemporary and Modern rugs in both modern and traditional spaces. Their colours can also be used as an inspiration for the entire colour scheme.

      The sizes of modern rugs are equally diverse, catering to the different dimensions and functions of spaces. From small accent pieces that add a touch of contemporary elegance to larger area rugs that anchor the room's design, there’s plenty of scope to suit any interior requirement.

      As interior design trends have evolved, so too has the perception of modern rugs. They are no longer confined to ultra-modern spaces; instead, they seamlessly integrate into a variety of design styles. They can complement minimalist interiors by adding a touch of warmth and character, or they can create a visually striking contrast in more eclectic settings.

      In essence, modern rugs transcend mere floor coverings to become artistic expressions that reflect the current design ethos. They encapsulate the spirit of our time, embodying the fusion of functionality and artistic innovation. Whether you seek to infuse your living space with a dash of contemporary flair or to create a bold statement within a room, they offer an expansive canvas of possibilities that cater to diverse tastes and preferences. Their ability to redefine and enhance interior spaces makes them an essential element in the modern design landscape.

    • Are Modern Rugs Suitable For High Traffic Areas?

      Yes, many modern rugs are well-suited for high-traffic areas due to their durability, practicality, and design versatility. They have evolved to cater to various lifestyle demands, including the need for rugs that can withstand the rigours of frequent use:

      Durable Materials: Often incorporating durable materials, natural fibres like wool, bamboo silk and Jute are known for their resilience, making them ideal for areas with heavy foot traffic.

      Tight Weaves: Many feature tight weaves that enhance their durability. These weaves help the rug resist wear, reduce snags, and maintain their appearance even in areas with constant movement.

      Variety of Pile Heights: Modern rugs come in various pile heights, including low pile and flat weave options. Low pile options, for instance, are less likely to trap dirt and are easier to vacuum, making them suitable for areas where foot traffic is frequent.

      Resilience to Crushing: High-traffic areas can lead to rug fibres becoming crushed or flattened. Quality craftsmanship combined with fine wool and silk materials, along with proper care, help prevent crushing, ensuring the rug maintains its plushness and appearance.

      Patterns and Colours: Often featuring intricate patterns and multi-tonal designs, these patterns can effectively camouflage minor wear and tear that can occur in high-traffic areas.

      Protection of Flooring: Placing a modern rug in high-traffic areas not only protects the rug itself but also safeguards your flooring from scratches, scuffs, and other potential damage caused by foot traffic.

      Aesthetic Contribution: Beyond functionality, modern rugs can enhance the aesthetics of high-traffic areas. Their contemporary designs and patterns can add style and visual interest to spaces that are frequently traversed.

      It's important to note that not all of them are created equal in terms of durability. When selecting a modern rug for a high-traffic area, consider the specific features that make it suitable for this purpose. Look for attributes like fibre composition, tight construction, stain resistance, and reviews that attest to its durability.

      Modern rugs can indeed be suitable for high-traffic areas, providing both durability and design sophistication. With the right choice, they can withstand the demands of busy spaces while contributing to the overall aesthetic appeal of your home.

    • What Sizes Do Modern Rugs Come In?

      Modern rugs come in a diverse range of sizes, catering to the varying dimensions and requirements of contemporary living spaces. The availability of different sizes ensures that they can enhance the aesthetics and functionality of any room, from cosy corners to expansive open areas.

      Small Accent Rugs: These petite gems measure around 2' x 3' to 3' x 5' feet. Small accent pieces are perfect for introducing a touch of modern design to entryways, hallways, or even as a vibrant addition to bathroom spaces. They offer an opportunity to showcase modern patterns and colours in smaller doses.

      Runners: Modern runners typically measure around 2' x 6' to 2' x 10' feet, making them ideal for elongated spaces like hallways, corridors, or kitchens. They provide a functional and stylish solution for adding personality to narrow areas, such as these Contemporary Afghan Ikat Rugs.

      Medium-Sized Rugs: Ranging from 5' x 7' to 6' x 9' feet, medium-sized modern rugs serve as versatile elements in various rooms. They can define seating areas within living rooms or dining spaces, offering comfort and visual appeal without overwhelming the space.

      Large Area Rugs: Covering significant portions of a room, typically measuring between 8' x 10' and 9' x 12' feet or even larger like this spectacular Contemporary Silk Monarch Rug with Alexander McQueen design. Large area rugs are perfect for anchoring the design of a living room, dining room, or master bedroom. They provide a cohesive backdrop for furniture arrangements and tie the entire room together.

      Oversized Rugs: For open-concept living areas or expansive rooms, oversized rugs measuring 10' x 14' feet or larger are available. These make a bold statement, enhancing the spaciousness of the room while infusing it with modern design elements.

      Custom Sizes: Many manufacturers offer the option of customising rug sizes to perfectly fit unique spaces. This flexibility ensures that modern rugs can adapt to rooms with unconventional dimensions or layouts, allowing individuals to achieve a harmonious and personalised design.

      The variety of sizes available demonstrates their adaptability to diverse interior settings. Whether you're seeking a rug to delineate specific areas, create visual interest, or provide a luxurious underfoot experience, modern rugs offer choices that align with the proportions and needs of modern living spaces. They serve as both functional and artistic pieces, contributing to the overall aesthetic of contemporary interiors while accommodating the practical demands of various room sizes.