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HOW TO MEASURE A RUG

Living Room

Arrange your furniture so that it all rests on the rug, or place
your outer pieces so they rest half on the rug and half off. Allow
around 18 inches of space between your sofa and coffee table.
Always be sure to size up; a larger rug makes a room feel open
and less cluttered.

PLACE ALL LEGS OF FURNITURE ON THE RUG
ARRANGE FURNITURE HALF ON AND HALF OFF

Bedroom

For a queen bed, choose a standard size 8’ x 10‘ rug, or flank your
bed with two smaller rugs. Be sure to leave 8-10 inches of
breathing room between your rug and your nightstand. For two
twin beds choose an 8’ x 10’ or place a smaller rug in between.

8’ x 10’ RUG WITH QUEEN BED
3’ x 5’ RUGS FLANKING QUEEN BED
8’ x 10’ RUG WITH TWIN BEDS
3’ x 5’ RUG BETWEEN TWO TWIN BEDS

Dining Room

Allow for at least 2 feet of extra space on all sides, so
guests can pull back chairs without tripping over the
edge of the rug.

RUG COVERS TABLE AND ALL CHAIRS

Kitchen

In a long galley style kitchen or one with an island, opt for a
runner rug for depth and perspective. For an L-shaped
kitchen, chose a smaller 3’ x 5‘ or 5’ x 8’ rug.

RUNNER IN A GALLEY KITCHEN
3’ x 5’ IN A KITCHEN DESIGNED WITH AN L SHAPE

Bathroom

Place a runner in front of a double vanity or choose a
small 2’ x 3’ rug for in front of the sink. Be careful not to
allow your rug to sit in standing water.

RUNNER FOR A DOUBLE VANITY
SMALL 2’ x 3‘ or 3’ x 5’ RUG IN FRONT OF SINK

Hallway

Add visual interest and perspective to a hallway with a
long runner. When measuring, allow no more than 5
inches and no less than 3 inches from the walls.

LONG HALLWAY WITH RUNNER

Additional Notes

ALWAYS USE A RUG PAD

A rug pad prevents slipping or bunching, shields your rug from wear and tear, and also acts as a barrier between your rug and the floor, ensuring the wood underneath is protected.

LAYERING RUGS

Solve the problem of floating furniture by layering a smaller rug on top of a larger one, helping to make a space feel more defined and cohesive. Consider layering rugs with varying textures, creating visual interest and warmth in a room.