There are various beautiful rugs by size and shapes including rectangle, oval, circle, octagon, square, and miscellaneous. Rugs by size vary on the shapes of the rug. A rectangle rug can have the dimensions 2×3, 3×5, 4×6, 5×8, 6×9, 8×10, 8×11, 9×12, 10×14, 12×15 and larger. As we mentioned in our previous blogs, small living room rugs come in the sizes of 5×7, 5×8 and 6×9. Square and circular rugs have the dimensions of 3 feet to 12 feet. Octagon rugs and oval rugs have the dimensions of 3 to 9 feet. Miscellaneous scatter rugs can be 1’ to 4’. There are also hall and stair runners which they come from 2 to 4 feet in width and up to around 30 feet long. Odd size rugs as their name explain come in a wide variety of width and length, for example 5×10 or 10×17.

5×8 or 6×9 are probably the most versatile rug sizes, they can improve the look of your small to medium size room or define a section of any large room. How should you choose a 5×7 beautiful rug? They come in a variety of textures and piles. Low pile and dense rugs are excellent for heavy traffic area and low-clearance doors. Plush Rugs are taller rugs that feature a soft texture. Shag Rugs are high-pile rugs, which boast a soft feel along with a furry and fuzzy texture. A 5×7 rug in more neutral hues, such as white, cream, grey, beige, tan, or taupe, can tie all your colorful furniture pieces and décor elements together. Some beautiful rugs can change in color add bolder shades like red, green, blue, orange, yellow, or purple. Whether you are styling a bohemian, modern, traditional, or farmhouse space, there is a range of pattern options for you such as, geometric, floral, abstract, striped, or animal print.

Persian Gabbeh Rug, Handmade Contemporary Style Gabbeh Rug, size 5.10x7.8, main image

5055 TM Rugs For Girls Room, Persian Gabbeh Rug, Contemporary Style Rug

Where do you put your 5×7 beautiful rug? In a living room 5×7 rugs will fit right in front of the couch (front legs off the rug) and underneath the coffee table in a small living room. For large living rooms, use it to define or accentuate a section, such as a reading nook or a fireplace. If it is in the kitchen 5×7 rug is best placed in front of the sink, or on either or both sides of the kitchen island. In the bedroom: if you own a twin-size bed, a 5×7 rug is just the perfect size for it, giving enough coverage and rug space all around the bed. If it is in the home office a 5×7 rug is large enough to fit an entire standard-size desk and chair. If the 5×7 rug is in the entryway or foyer a beautiful rug of this size will create an inviting and lasting impression for guests in the foyer or entryway.

A 6×9 rug is versatile and can work for any room size. When you are tying all the elements of a small to medium room together or drawing attention to a section of a large room, 6×9 area rugs are an ideal addition to any space that requires a splash of color, a hint of texture, or even a touch of whimsy. There is a variety of textures and piles to choose from. Some rugs are low-pile, lightweight, and feature a smooth texture. These rugs work best in high-traffic areas and low-clearance doors. Plush Moroccan rugs are medium-pile rugs that feature a soft texture. For rooms that already feature bold and bright colors, choose a 6×9 rug in more neutral hues, such as white, cream, grey, or natural colors like beige, tan, and taupe. If you are looking for a statement piece, warm reds, cool blues and greens, dainty pinks and purples, and bright yellows and oranges will help.

6×9 Gray and White Rug, Designer Contemporary Rugs, main image, size 6.1 x 9

3096 SAS- 6×9 Gray and White Rug, Designer Contemporary Rugs, main image, size 6.1 x 9

When choosing a rug for you living room, the length of the rug should be a little longer than your sofa to maintain visual balance. Sofa legs can be on or off the rug while your chair’s front legs should be on. I the Dining Room a 6×9 rug works best underneath of a 3’ to 4’ square or round dining table with four chairs. In the bedroom your beautiful rug of this size should be able to accommodate all four legs of a twin or full-size bed, if you choose to put the rug under the bed. For queen-size beds, place two-thirds of your rug under the bed.