Our Favourite Childrens Rugs This Season.
With the growing popularity of hard floors, it has become essential to have a kids rug in their room and in a family room, that looks great, is comfy to sit on, and can stand up to the rough and tumble of kids play.
Shags are great for kids bedrooms as they are super comfy and can hide a multiple of sins so they don't have to be vacuumed every day. Always a bonus. They are also gentle on tiny knees and bottoms. Pink is still the number one choice for girls rooms, but you could change it up a bit with a beige or a charcoal.
For older girls you might want to consider a flatweave patterned rug. The rug pictured is a gorgeous pink and white flatweave, very stylish and would suit any style decor. There are heaps of cushions around in the stores that will match this rug as well. It matches any style, from Boho to shabby chic.
2. What little boy wouldn't love this bright blue rug in his room. It is acrylic so is very soft and the pattern is bright without being overpowering. It hits lots of points as it is multi coloured, striking, goes with all colours from blue right through to black, and is easy clean. It is soft on tiny hands and feet. A great way to give an instant lift to any room.
3. Kids Playrooms
These are my favourite patterns for kids rugs for family rooms or playrooms. Because they are multi coloured, they will stay looking fresh and clean, and its easy to vacuum as well. Besides being very practical it is also very in vogue at the moment, as Tribal is the latest trend. Just be careful of the random bits of lego left behind though! ouch!
The rug on the right is also multicolured and would be suited to a kids play area.Its soft, vacuums easily and will last for years, or at least until the children leave home. It will probably still be good enough for them to take with them!Kata Modern Red Rug
So these are just a few of the hundreds of rugs we have in store, and the prices are not to be beaten. Free Delivery, money back, fuss free returns, friendly service. What are you waiting for?!
- Trish Ryder