Which rug suits you?

Which rug suits you?

Giving your home a new look, but don’t feel like doing extensive chores. A new rug can give your living room a whole new look. But how to choose the right rug for your living room?

All of the Netherlands on the job

It seems as if the whole of the Netherlands is busy decorating during the corona crisis. DIY stores are doing record sales and home furnishing centres are also seeing increased sales. Now that we are forced to spend the summer at home, the step to remodeling or redecorating your home is easily made. After all, if we have to stay home, we might as well make a party of it!

Who knows, maybe you also feel like redecorating your house. Do not know where to start? With a new rug you can instantly give your living room a whole new look without having to remodel the place!

Different materials rug

There are a lot of different rugs on the market today, so chances are you will soon be unable to see the wood for the trees. To start with, think about what material would be good for your household. This way you can start looking for a rug that suits you perfectly. Synthetic materials are generally very durable, colorfast and relatively inexpensive.

Nylon, for example, is very strong and lasts very long. These fibers are also very resistant to the damaging effects of sunlight, so the color of the rug stays nice longer. Yet synthetic rugs never feel as good as those made of natural materials such as wool and viscose.

These materials may wear out a little faster than synthetic fibers, but this is not necessarily a bad thing. After all, a lived-in rug also adds atmosphere and character to your home!


Tastes differ and the ideal rug will therefore be different for everyone. Yet every year we see different trends in the field of rugs. Totally contemporary are sisal rugs made from 100% natural materials.

A sisal rug generally has a neutral color that pairs well with many different styles. For example, a sisal rug will look good in a zen interior with various shades of sand, or it can bring tranquility to colorful interiors with oriental influences. Like other rugs made of natural materials, sisal rugs fit right into the sustainable trend.

Combine the sisal rug with wooden accessories, invest in some nice big plants and before you know it you’ll find yourself in a beach house in Bali!