How to decorate with rugs

Rugs in any shape and material soften your home and add liveliness. Our range gives you geometric patterns, tone-on-tone colour combinations and neutral hues that add a timeless touch and not least comfort. Take your pick from our handwoven rugs in jute, cotton, hemp, and wool.

Tie furniture together

Cover the floors with rugs to match any personal interior styling. A large rug will define the seating area or living room space while a long rug adorns the hallways or is perfectly placed by the end of the bed. Use rugs under coffee tables, dining tables or wherever there is a need to tie the furniture together and create separate areas within a room. A rug is the decorative glue that makes living spaces come together in perfect harmony.

A relaxed vibe

Tie your dining room furniture together with our Ranjar or Shriv rug. The highly durable jute and wool mix has been woven into a rug with zigzag pattern in neutral colours. It gives an instant relaxed vibe thanks to the understated look that will soon become a favourite.

A warm welcome

An inviting entrance makes your guests feel at home instantly. Decorations work as a warm embrace, giving your family and friends the best welcome. Place rugs by your front door and decorate your hallway with beautiful, patterned rugs.

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