As well as protecting your floors from scuffs and scratches, a modern rug is the perfect addition to any room transformation. At RB12 we have a huge selection of contemporary artisan rugs that can add colour and warmth to any space. In addition to our collection of round and square rugs we have a range of Corà wooden parquet flooring for you to choose from.
All our rugs are of the highest quality and are designed to stand the test of time. From traditional, classic rugs to bold rugs that can be a statement piece in your home, we have beautiful designer rug collections from Chaccra, Fabula Living, GAN, Nidi and Armadillo & Co.
We have a selection of hand-loom, hand knotted, hand tufted and felt rugs from GAN, designed by highly acclaimed designers, including Patricia Urquiola, Sandra Figuerola and Charlotte Lancelot. For more artisanal rug solutions, our Chaccra rug collections are handcrafted, contemporary Tibetan rugs that celebrate Nepal's beautiful cultural heritage. If that's not your taste, maybe Fabula Living have a rug to suit you better. Their rugs are a hybrid of craftsmanship and design, combining both contemporary danish design traditions with long-established, oriental weaving techniques.
We have a diverse range of rugs including childrens rugs, specially designed by our 'design for kids' experts, Nidi.
Rugs aren't just great for adding style to your space and protecting your floor, they add an element of cosiness and can even help muffle sound from travelling through to lower floors.
Armadillo & Co supply us with beautiful handcrafted and ethically sourced rugs so with all their expertise, one of their top tips for choosing the perfect rug is "Rugs define the boundaries of your space, creating frames for your furniture. A square rug will work best for angular furniture, where as a round table would be accentuated by a round rug."
For more information about our contemporary rug collections you can contact us via email, give us a call on +44 (0) 207 1352246 or visit our showroom and design shop in Shoreditch, London.