By Paulette Charlotte. Rugs. Wednesday, January 10th 2018, 19:24:47 PM.
Dining Room Rugs. When selecting dining room area rugs, many people purchase rugs that are actually too small for this purpose. While some rug buyers focus primarily on the relationship of the size of the rug to the size of the dining room table, the space required for the chairs when they are in use is often overlooked. For example, if your rug expands only to the back legs of your dining room chairs when they are pushed in under the table, this might look lovely when the dining room is not in use, but it will become an issue when hosting a dinner party, or even simply having your nightly family meal.
When the chairs are pulled out from the table to be used, all of the legs should remain on your dining room area rug, which means your rug needs to be big enough to accommodate a space larger than the footprint of your table with the chairs pushed in. A good rule for this is to seek out an area rug for your dining room that is at least four feet wider and longer than the footprint of your dining set.
These rugs will add the comfort of your living room with luxury fibers, and natural beauty. They are easy to clean with a vacuum or a damp cloth. Natural Area Rugs using high quality wool hand-tufted to be attractive to the eye, soft to the touch. These carpets have a pile of stuffed little less than 1 1 / 2 "thick to ensure a soft cushion on the floor and are backed with canvas., So a rug pad backing is recommended.