Rug Size Guides
Kitchens are often a busy place where the family comes together whether it's the morning rush or getting ready for the evening meal, building your kitchen to your personal style can help make this busy place an enjoyable and welcoming respite. Each kitchen can have a different layout and choosing the right size rug is imperative to completing your decor. We've taken the time to break down what works and what doesn't so you can start making the kitchen a warm and inviting place.
Standard kitchen rug sizes vary depending on what function you want the rug to serve. For example, 2x3 and 3x5 rugs are standard options in front of sinks and stoves, but when it comes to filling up the entire room, you’ll likely look at large area rugs like 5x7, 6x9, or even 8x10 rugs. Runners are yet another option for kitchens that are narrow because of being in a galley style or having an island. Whatever your scenario, it’s key to look at your specific kitchen, the size of the room, and layout to decide what standard rug size/shape you should go with.
Aside from the size of the rug, there are other key aspects to consider like shape, material, colors, and patterns. The shape of your rug will work in tandem with the size, so you’ll likely decide if you want a rectangular, round, square, runner, or other shape at the same time you finalize the size. As for colors and patterns, you have a wide array of options to choose from, including styles that range from vintage to modern and anywhere in between. Finally, washable rugs and easy to clean materials like wool or vinyl are great for the kitchen, since that room can see a lot of traffic and messes.
What sizes do rugs come in? How do I know what size and shape would look best? Check out our guide to rug sizes for help answering these questions. There, you'll find a rug size comparison chart for each room to help you decorate.
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