Care Tips

General Tips Rugs

Rotate your rug every six months to reduce uneven wear and tear
Use a rug pad to extend the life of your rug, prevent sliding and to protect your floors
Have your rugs professionally cleaned every three to six years, depending on the level of use


Lightly vacuum once or twice a week. Use the hard floor attachment and the lightest possible setting.
Avoid powerful vacuums that may pull fibres loose from the base of the rug.
Vacuum the base of your rug occasionally, as dirt can accumulate here as well


Spill and Stains

Blot spills with a paper towel or colourless cloth, and do not wipe or scrub.
When spills may cause a stain, you can immediately apply a small amount of mild soap and warm water,
blot excess liquid with paper towel or colourless cloth, removing as much soap as possible as residue can
act as a magnet for dirt.
Make sure you choose a very mild soap free from any bleach or hydrogen peroxide.
In most cases, warm water and a small amount of soap will take care of spills if attended to quickly.
For further cleaning tips, please contact your rug cleaning professional


Easy Care Options

Non-shed (less vacuuming): microfibre, polypropylene
Low shed (less vacuuming): short pile acrylic
Spill and stain resistant (less cleaning): polypropylene, acrylic
Dirt resistant (easy to clean): sisal

"Choosing the right size rug is just as important as selecting a design style or colour palate. Whether rectangle, round or runner; the perfect size and shape is critical. The size and shape of a rug can help define sitting, dining or accent areas of a space by emphasising groupings of furniture. Area rugs can be used to define space in a room. Smaller rugs can be used on their own or layered together to create a warm and homely environment. The main rule for all spaces, where you are considering placing a rug is that the size of the rug doesn't overpower the space but still provides comfort and practicality."


The Living Room

Don't be afraid to choose a larger sized rug for your space. For a grander statement in larger areas; choose a 280x190cm, 320x230cm or 400X300cm rug. 
Make sure your rug will accommodate all four legs of your coffee table. You may want to choose a rug large enough to accommodate all of your rooms furniture, or simply the front legs of your furniture grouping. 
If the rug is to be the focal point, a large design element should be used to draw the eye down toward the space.
If a piece of furniture or an architectural feature is to be the primary focus of the room, an all-over or repeating pattern should be considered.

Dining Room

A good rule of thumb is that area rugs should be 1 - 1.5m larger in length and width to the dining room table - you should be able to pull a chair out and sit at the table without the chair legs falling off the edge of the rug. Placing a rug under the dining table defines the dining area without confining it. If spills are a consideration, choose materials that are spill or stain resistant such as Heat Set Polypropylene for carefree dining.


Choosing a rug large enough to accommodate the rooms furniture, with a symmetrical border of exposed flooring on all sides of the bed can create a sense of grand splendour. You can also choose a smaller rug to add an accent to your bedroom - large rugs will create a sense of space, while smaller sizes will create a cosy sensation and can make your setting appear smaller as well. 
As many average sizes rooms, the bed will cover the majority of the rug, so you may want to choose smaller rugs to be placed around or at the front of the bed instead.

Kitchen, Laundry and Bathroom

Using rugs as an accent in the kitchen, laundry and bathroom is increasingly popular. Popular choices are waterproof indoor/outdoor rugs; handmade vintage rugs for the bathroom; or runners in the kitchen to be placed along the edge of a kitchen island or as a mat in front of the kitchen benches. Cotton flat woven rugs are also a great choice for laundry and bathroom; as they are lightweight, colourful and easy to clean.


Rugs have the ability to personalise and add comfort to any outdoor setting and are becoming increasingly popular. 
All our outdoor rugs are waterproof, UV stabilised, washable and won't fade or warp under the harsh Australian sun. Many outdoor rugs are beautiful enough to be used indoors, especially in areas where spills are a concern such as kitchen, dining and bathroom areas.
Choose a rug large enough to allow for a symmetrical border of exposed decking or patio material on all four sides or, in smaller areas, a size that will provide equal borders top and bottom and side to side. You may want a rug large enough to accommodate all of your outdoor furniture, or simply one that allows for the front legs of your furniture grouping to rest upon it.