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Charcoal Rugs

Our charcoal rugs have become increasingly popular in recent years, thanks to their versatility, aesthetic appeal, and ability to add a touch of sophistication to any space. These rugs feature a deep, rich shade of charcoal grey, which complements a wide range of interior design styles and colour schemes.

Charcoal rugs also offer versatility in terms of texture and pattern. A solid charcoal rug provides a clean and refined look, while a textured or patterned charcoal rug can add visual interest and depth to a room. For example, a charcoal rug with a geometric pattern can create a contemporary vibe, while a charcoal rug with a subtle floral motif can add a touch of elegance.

We offer charcoal rugs in a variety of patterns, and materials, and can be positioned in different ways to enhance the overall design of a space.


Geometric Patterns: Charcoal rugs with geometric patterns, such as chevron, stripes, or lattice designs, can add a contemporary and dynamic feel to a room. These patterns work well in modern and minimalist settings.

Floral Patterns: For a touch of elegance and a more traditional look, charcoal rugs with subtle floral patterns can be an excellent choice. These patterns can bring a soft and delicate touch to the space.

Abstract Patterns: Abstract patterns offer a creative and artistic element to a room. They can add visual interest and make a bold statement in both contemporary and eclectic designs.

Moroccan or Oriental Patterns: Charcoal rugs with Moroccan or Oriental-inspired patterns can introduce a sense of exoticism and cultural richness to the space. These patterns often feature intricate motifs and are suitable for bohemian or globally-inspired interiors.


Wool: Wool rugs are known for their durability, softness, and natural insulation properties. They have a luxurious feel underfoot and provide excellent resilience against wear and tear. Wool charcoal rugs can add warmth and texture to a room.

Synthetic Fibers: Synthetic materials like polyester or nylon are often used to create charcoal rugs. These rugs are usually more affordable and easier to clean than wool rugs. Synthetic charcoal rugs are a practical choice for high-traffic areas or homes with children or pets.

Natural Fibers: Charcoal rugs can also be made from natural fibres such as jute, sisal, or seagrass. These rugs have a textured and earthy appearance, adding a touch of organic beauty to the space. Natural fibre charcoal rugs are commonly used in coastal or rustic-inspired interiors.

Positioning charcoal rugs depends on the overall aesthetic and layout of your space. Here are a few suggestions for incorporating charcoal rugs in different areas:

Living Room: Place a charcoal rug in the centre of your living room, underneath the coffee table and furniture arrangement. This will anchor the seating area and create a cohesive look. Consider selecting a larger rug to ensure that the furniture legs rest comfortably on the rug.

Dining Room: Position a charcoal rug beneath your dining table, making sure it extends beyond the edges of the table when chairs are pulled out. This will protect your flooring and add a stylish touch to the dining area.

Bedroom: Place a charcoal rug at the foot of the bed or under the bed frame, depending on the size and layout of your room. This will add warmth and texture to the space, especially if you have hardwood or laminate floors.

Entryway: Position a smaller charcoal rug in the entryway to create a welcoming first impression. Ensure it is large enough to accommodate foot traffic and to provide a functional space for wiping shoes.

Office or Study: If you have a home office or study area, consider placing a charcoal rug beneath your desk and chair. This can define the workspace and provide a comfortable surface for your feet.

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