Rug Options for Smaller Spaces

Smaller space? No problem, size can’t be the reason your space looks less beautiful. Since, with the lesser space, the more you can focus on the best parts of it! If you are designing a Studio interior or a bedroom with not that much of an area, we could help you choose the right rug to make you feel a bit cozy and relaxed after all the hard work in designing the room.

Here are a few tips to put your mind at ease when buying the best rug for a smaller space: 

Choose Accordingly 

Yes, we suggest you refrain from buying a solid or striped carpet for a small bedroom, or an over-stylized and super-expensive one for a Studio space. You’ve got to be precise about the rug design choices accordingly. For a home, a more delicate and over-textured rug works great with a lot of colors and theoretically, any design will work. In contrast, the trick doesn’t work in an office or smaller Studio, so beware! 

Don’t Go Too Dark

You already have a smaller space to make an impact on the rooms ambiance, so there’s no need to over-experiment for a little space available. If there are sofas and chairs around, simply install and brighter rug or floral design with bright tones and a lot of open space to spare, it looks relieving. That said, neutral colors may seem great for an office setting, but follow our advice here and never get a solid color, try textured design for a bit life in the colorless scheme!

Black and White

This color combination always works for a small or medium setting, if you don’t have much choices or can’t decide? Try a B&W striped rug and it will never look bad or out of place. Most of the European apartment settings prefer black and white over any of the above color schemes, Black and White is a classy yet bold combination for a smaller space. 

Rug Resources

2831 E Pacific Coast Hwy
Corona Del Mar
Phone: 9496731693

Top 5 Rugs Being Used in Everyday Households

A rug can be used for multiple purposes, they add another dynamic to the beauty of your living space, they make room for furniture and create a regal ambience. There are various types and styles of rugs that are commonly used in Everyday households, which can be either hand stitched or machine loomed. Rug are often used to cover floors or even walls as an art piece or even to cover unsightly damage.

The Top 5 Common Uses are described below:

Area Rug in Livingroom Area

Area Rugs

Area rugs are the most commonly used rugs in homes. They are used to cover floors and add beauty to any living place. They are available in each and every size according to consumer requirements. Area rugs are larger in size and the oldest of all the rug types.


Hallway Runners

Hallway runners are used in narrow places such as entrances. They are used to design fit or

Hallway Runner

narrow places, and are available in different colors and sizes as per the room or area setting.



Door Mats

Door mats are nowadays used in almost every house, office, or workplace. They are placed in front of doors to avoid mud and dust entering the house. The major purpose of door mats is to allow the entrants to clean their feet. They are also available in different styles and colors.

Door Mat


Outdoor Rugs

Outdoor rugs are used outside the living rooms. The major advantage of outdoor rugs is that they are weather resistant. They are designed to perform heavy duty according to different conditions.

Outdoor Rug for Picnic


Bath Rugs and Mats

Bath rugs are used everywhere, in homes and corporate offices, public bathrooms, and stations. They are placed in front of bathrooms because of their ability to absorb water. You can get any color and size for a bath rug, and it’s available everywhere. 

Bath Mat

How Rugs Are Made: From Textile to Finishing Touches 

Handmade rugs take extreme labor and time, from collecting wool from sheep skin to packing the end product. The main producers of handmade rugs and carpets are developing nations of Central and South Asia with its robust rug industry. The hard work and time it takes to complete an area rug is anywhere from 5 months to 15 months on average for a single artisan. With the more intricate patterns and designs, the longer it takes to complete the rug.

Here is a step-by-step process of rug making from textile to the finishing touches:

Step One:

In the beginning stage the wool is extracted from sheep and is fragmented. The best wool is selected for the next step i.e. carding. The wool is further disjointed in the carding process, sand and pebbles are removed if they are present. 

Step Two:

The second stage includes spinning the carded wool and transferring to a hand operated spinning machine or “Charkha” as it is called in South Asia, which is used to create yarn from the fragmented wool. The then produced yarn is separated to fiber lengths usually 3-6 inches in length. 

Step Three:

The third stage consists of washing the yarn with special detergents to remove any dust particles. After washing, it is then hung up with exposure to the sun to ensure it is completely dried before it is dyed. The dyeing process is significant as it determines how the rug will look. In a handmade weaving process, no chemicals are used in the coloring process, rather a slower vegetable dyeing agent is used that fades to the desired color with a single wash. Multiple washing cycles are processed with enough heat to complete the dying process. 

Step Four:

Now, the dyed yarn is left out to dry. It is then converted into balls or spools for weaving. Now, they are woven on vertical poles and are tightly suspended horizontally. After weaving, the fiber is trimmed to appropriate length to start carpet making process. 

Step Five:

Once the carpet is made, it is washed again and then dried in the sunlight for a week or more.

Final Stage:

The finished product is trimmed and made symmetrical in final touches, it is then rolled and packed for delivery to the rug market across the globe!

Rug Resources

2831 E Pacific Coast Hwy
Corona Del Mar
Phone: 9496731693