The power of a rug should never be underestimated when it comes to bringing design components together and elevating your space. Rugs are a simple, cost-effective way to create a sense of warmth and uniqueness to any room.
Our new Live It range has been carefully curated to provide both exceptional quality with aesthetically pleasing, stylish designs. With a vast array of textured colours and patterns, it can be tricky to choose the perfect rug.
Here are some of our colour pairing suggestions based on the style of your space:
Refined neutral colours are one of the most popular interior design styles. When choosing a rug for a room with understated walls and furnishings, muted tones with interesting textures balance nicely.
Bring the outdoors in with Salp, a gorgeous hand-loom rug whose moss and sage tones evoke a feeling of being amongst nature. This rug pairs beautifully with light timbers and greys.
If you prefer something with a bit more texture and a hint of colour, the Merth rug is a perfect choice. Coupling nicely with cool whites and creams, this rug catches the eye with its hypnotic blue, grey and oyster shades.
Not a fan of subtlety? Get your guests talking with the Leron. This striking rug mixes earthy brown, chic grey and shimmering silver to create a bold pattern, meticulously hand-tufted by master artisans. Ideal as a showcase piece, this rug mixes well with ivory or beige interiors.
A key feature of Scandi design is uncluttered minimalism. Walls and furnishings tend to lean toward stark whites, black and tan hues.
Incorporating a bold coloured rug will add a unique flair to a minimalist space, by nicely counterbalancing traditional Scandi shades.
Make a statement with the on-trend colours and patterns found in our Lusca, Betta and Tulia rugs. Not only are all of these rugs striking to look at, they’re also made from the finest blend of quality viscose and wool. If you’re after something a little more subtle and understated, you can’t go past Ebb. It’s a knotted rug with loads of texture and neutral tones. Salp would also work seamlessly in a Scandi-inspired setting, providing a pop of colour against a minimalist background.
Eclectic interiors are an eye-catching way to show off your personality and individualism. This style is typically showcased using statement objects, bright colours and furniture layered with different materials and juxtaposing patterns.
With all of this sensory detail in play, we recommend keeping it conservative when colour pairing a rug. Ebb is a subtle blend of warm white and rich brown, made from 100% natural wool so it feels amazing underfoot. This is the perfect neutral rug to match with any colour scheme.
Want something with more texture? Whelk effortlessly compliments an eclectic space with a combination of subdued browns and warm beige.