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Can anyone find me a nice rug 150x230cm?

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SnowBallsAreHere Tue 13-Jun-17 21:40:56

Our fitted carpet was is cream.
It needs a rug in the most used areas, under the coffee table.

Room is all cream/brown/dark brown wood/with colour from orange, dark green, blue & yellow abstract art.

I need a rug 160x230cm that doesn't wriggle. We bought a beautiful brown/cream long haired shaggy thing that has suffered with such creep its backing is now completely misshapen & almost resembles a mountain range. I've tried rolling it, pulling it. I'm not ironing a bloody rug.

Budget is up to £150 delivered. Man made scrubbable DC proof fibres absolutely fine.

JoJoSM2 Tue 13-Jun-17 21:58:36

Have you had a look on Wayfair? They tend to have a wide selection.

shalalala Tue 13-Jun-17 22:15:38

I love the rugs on La Redoute

Spickle Tue 13-Jun-17 22:42:16

These rugs are good value and come in a range of sizes

wowfudge Wed 14-Jun-17 07:36:39

You need to use something to stop a rug from moving - several didn't options depending what the floor is made of.

wowfudge Wed 14-Jun-17 07:36:56

different not didn't

Ulysses Wed 14-Jun-17 07:43:46

Dunelm Mill do a good selection for a reasonable price. Also was looking at this website

Ulysses Wed 14-Jun-17 07:44:46

I got mine from Dunelm with an underlay as well and it won't budge.

ThePurpleOneWithTheNut Wed 14-Jun-17 07:47:37

Came on to suggest La Redoute too.

Ulysses Wed 14-Jun-17 08:01:43

I got mine from Dunelm with an underlay as well and it won't budge.

SnowBallsAreHere Wed 14-Jun-17 09:59:28

Thanks all. Will have a look at your suggestions, hadn't heard of Wayfair or considered La Redoute.

Needmoresleep Wed 14-Jun-17 11:19:42

We found a good selection in Homesense, TKMaxx' homeware chain.

ShortLass Wed 14-Jun-17 17:42:46

I have some of this stuff under my rug. You need to cut it a bit smaller than the rug otherwise the edges stick out.

Although I would agree that it's better if the rug is non-slip to start off with.

PonderLand Thu 15-Jun-17 23:35:06

I'd recommend homesense too. Not sure if they have an online shop.

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