A rug livens up your interior and creates warmth in winter. But there are so many different kinds of rugs to choose from: round or rectangular rugs, small and large rugs... Which rug is the best fit for your Parky floor? Let’s find out together. Carpe(t) diem!
Round vs. rectangular
First of all you need to decide the shape of your rug. Take into account the floor plan and layout of the room. Are the walls curved or does the room have a round table? Then a square or rectangular rug is your best choice. A round rug breaks up all those straight lines in your home, creating a playful effect. Hello, nursery! Psst, did you know that Parky boards are also suitable for curved walls?
Small vs. large
The size of your rug is also important for your interior. If you buy a rug on sight it’s easy to underestimate the dimensions. Therefore it’s best to measure the available space beforehand to avoid unpleasant surprises. Tip: don’t be afraid to go for a large rug in the bedroom. Yes, we know: you’ll see less of your Parky floor but an XL rug gives your bedroom a luxurious touch. Room service included? That’s a question for your partner.
Wool vs. cotton vs. synthetic
The most popular rugs are made from wool. A sheepskin rug is not only soft and warm, it also doesn’t attract a lot of dust. In comparison a cotton rug is much cheaper and maintenance-friendly. The fact that it will even go in the washing machine explains why it’s a favourite among young families. A Parky floor is also maintenance-friendly and is therefore a perfect fit for your household. Last but not least, synthetic rugs are becoming increasingly popular. They are weather and wear resistant, making them perfect for the terrace. An idea for next summer perhaps?
Sober vs. colourful
Looking for a matching floor for your rug? Then check out all of our types of wood.