When it Comes to Size, Bigger is Typically Better
There’s nothing sadder than a rug that’s too small—it just makes you look like you cheaped out. But in general, size is definitely dictated by room shape and the furniture placement. A large rug is always the best choice for anchoring room decor within an open-concept space
Make Sure the Pile Fits Your Lifestyle. …
Select the content and texture of your rug based on how it will be used. For a high traffic area, we recommend a low-pile wool rug, which is easier to clean than something super plush of fluffy.
For a bedroom or low traffic area, consider a soft fluffy rug. They both look amazing and feel great under bare feet. Jutes and other natural fiber options are fairly easy to keep up
Figure out Your Rug Style Profile
Looking for a rug that’s neutral and grounding? Or do you prefer something that’s bold enough to command a room? Something solid or textural will do the former, and a geometric pattern is probably better for the latter.
Choose sustainable & recycled rugs
Natural fiber rugs are made from renewable resources, are biodegradable, many like wool, they have natural stain resistance, and they emit low amounts of VOCs. Try to choose from the following fibers: untreated or minimally-treated wool, organic cotton, jute or seagrass