What are area rugs?

They do not cover the entire floor and are bound on all sides to prevent fraying. They can be any size: from 14m x 20m to a small 2m x 3m scatter rug. They come in many shapes: rectangle, square, oval, and round, even hexagons.

What are area rugs made of?
Machine Made
Synthetic fibers: nylon,
Olefin, Modacrylic,
Polypro, Viscose Handmade
Wool, cotton, jute,
sisal, coir, seagrass


What are the styles of area rugs?

Traditional, Transitional, Contemporary, and Regional (S.W., N.W., Country, Lodge).
Machine Made
Wilton Loomed patterns
Axminster Loomed
Power Loomed (Karastan)
Broadloom (Cut & Bound)
Custom (Borders, etc.)
Persian (Iran)
Chinese (90L)
Indo (Dhurrie, Kashmir
Turkish (Village Rugs)
Russian (Caucasus, Turkestan)
Afghanistan (Baluchims)
Tibetan Nepalese

How do you convert square feet to square yards?
Multiply the width in square feet by the length of the room and divide by 9. Then add 5% in length and width.
To find out more about area rugs you can simply visit www.starrugs.com.au to buy rugs online or in store.

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