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where would you buy a rug from?

(26 Posts)
CaipirinhasAllRound Thu 21-Feb-13 20:00:40

I can only think of John Lewis, Habitat, Ikea and Heals and some of those are ridiculously expensive

Flipper924 Thu 21-Feb-13 20:01:35

I have a lovely one from Tescos.

iheartdusty Thu 21-Feb-13 20:05:58

on line rug companies

Rollergirl1 Thu 21-Feb-13 20:30:13

I have a couple that I bought from Laura Ashley in the sales that were very reasonably priced.

MrsJamin Thu 21-Feb-13 20:34:15

Dunelm Mill?

NotGoodNotBad Thu 21-Feb-13 21:34:29

We got a lovely one from ebay! (new, like this but a different shape.) You never quite know what the quality will be like when buying online but it's lovely, thick, comfy and not expensive (compared to JL etc. anyway!)

eyestightshut Thu 21-Feb-13 23:53:55

We got a huge rug 100% wool (9"x13") for our dining room from this lot
I think it cost about £170 including postage from the States. Absolute bargain!

MrsJamin Fri 22-Feb-13 07:08:06

Hush hush have rugs on sale at the moment

Dolallytats Fri 22-Feb-13 07:54:42

I bought one from Ebay and the one I have now is from Next.

HazzaB Fri 22-Feb-13 17:11:34

I bought a great one from Also ships from the US but v bargainous and a huge choice.

BreadForMyBREADGUN Fri 22-Feb-13 17:12:16

B&Q had some surprisingly nice ones recently

BertieBotts Fri 22-Feb-13 17:12:29


LaGuerta Fri 22-Feb-13 17:20:59

Another vote for Achica. They will have rug sales on every week, you just need to keep an eye on their emails.

peeriebear Fri 22-Feb-13 17:22:24

I love my big Ikea rug. It was £30 and looks like I have laid a lawn in the middle of my living room.

haggisaggis Fri 22-Feb-13 17:22:56

Have bought 2 rugs recently - one from local furniture / carpet shop (same one as one we saw in John Lewis but about 2/3 of the price) and one from Dunhelm Mill.

THe first one is better quality but cost around £ 500 whereas the Dunhelm Mill one was around £ 200. Both 2m x 3m

agnesf Fri 22-Feb-13 17:27:14

Probably not cheap but beautiful rugs and they contribute to the education of children of Indian rug makers can be found at Mala

Rhubarbgarden Fri 22-Feb-13 22:13:05

I have an expensive one from Heals and a cheapo one from Ikea. The Ikea one is just as good, if not better quality.

If money was no object I'd like one from Anthropologie.

Littlemissexpecting Sat 23-Feb-13 17:42:37

We needed a rug for our lounge and it was a nightmare! Eventually got one from John Lewis. The dining room rug is from ikea and just as good

fresh Sat 23-Feb-13 17:47:04

Try here. Have used them several times, good service and a huge range.

BikeRunSki Sat 23-Feb-13 17:53:27

The woollen mill down the road. wink . Got a lovely sample they made foe Next for £30, a little while later saw it in Next for over £150!

ekat Sat 23-Feb-13 18:00:27

Depends on your budget and what type you are after. We have several from .

ShotgunNotDoingThePans Sat 23-Feb-13 18:03:21

TK Maxx/Home Sense is worth a look. I saw a Ralph Lauren one there a few months ago which was also on sale in John Lewis at the same time.
Think we've had a 100% wool one from Milan Direct which was bargainous. Will look for link.

Megglevache Sat 23-Feb-13 18:04:19

great range
cheapest Ive found.

ShotgunNotDoingThePans Sat 23-Feb-13 18:08:56

Sorry must have been a one off.
You could always get a piece of coir/sisal and have it bound in a colour you want to customise your own. Think Capital Carpets do that.

headinhands Sat 23-Feb-13 18:10:37

Lowering the tone dramatically here but The Range had an impressive, erm, range of rugs last weekend.

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