Tipshear Pink with Mustard Fringe by Amy Kent
Placing the rug at the bottom of the bed. This can then obviously be as big as you like depending on the space, although as seen here it looks better if its width is more than the bed on each side. Also if you have a chaise or bench at the end of the bed this can sit on or off it.
Placing the rug half way under the bed. This is a safe and generous option. However if you do this it is quite nice to place it far enough up so that you step out of bed onto it, and also have enough at the bottom of the bed to see it.
Placing the rug all the way under the bed and side tables. This is a great option if it’s a large bedroom and you have a lot of floor as it makes it very cosy. Also it really works if you have side tables that are high and have legs that show the flooring underneath.
In a Dining Area I always say go for a minimum of 70cm beyond the table on all sides so that you have room to push back your chair without it falling off (For example if it is a 100cm x 150cm table, go for a 240cm x 290cm rug minimum). If you’re unsure play around with the chairs you have and see where they go back to. If you can, 80-90cm is even better.
Drawings by Skye Turner
Hand knotted in India - please note each rug is individually made so there may be small variations from the image seen here. This is the beauty of them, each one is unique.
Art silk with wool fringe
Images taken in the home of Parker & Jules Founder by Shortwork Photography