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Vintage inspired rugs

Designed by our in-house team, our tufted and hand-knotted rugs draw inspiration from mid-century styles, known for their muted colours, clean lines and an element of minimalism

Tufted rugs

Lending themselves to both modern and vintage interiors, Tufted Rugs are bold and graphic and can be crafted with different pile heights to add texture and depth

Rosie Campbell, Product Development Manager, Soho Home

'All our tufted rugs are hand crafted using a hand-tufting gun, by punching strands of fibres through a large canvas. They can make great statement pieces; they are durable and can be placed under sofas, beds, chairs, or even dining room tables.’

Moroccan textured rugs

Our Moroccan-inspired rugs are fluffy and tactile. Their high shaggy pile feels soft underfoot, making them great for living rooms and bedrooms

Candy Murray, Interior Style Manager, Soho Home

‘A deep-pile, Moroccan-inspired rug feels lovely to walk on – you can feel that depth and softness under your feet. They’re great for spaces where you are more likely to be barefoot, like bedrooms and living areas.'

Artisanal rugs

Our artisanal rugs are handknotted in India from a wool-silk blend with up to 63 knots per square inch

Harriet Liley, Lead Designer, Soho House

'Pairing traditional rugs and contemporary furniture works brilliantly. Keep the rug's colour tones more muted so that it doesn't overpower the furniture, or work it the other way around so the rug stands out.'

Contemporary flatweaves

Our flatwoven rugs are hardwearing and lightweight. They're ideal for filling expansive floor space, or areas with higher footfall

Candy Murray, Interior Style Manager, Soho Home

'For high foot-traffic zones, think about flatweave or jute rugs, which will be more forgiving when it comes to stains or tracking.'

The right size

170 x 240 cm

This size is around the same length as a three-seater sofa and works well in a medium sized living area

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200 x 300 cm

Our larger option, this size is ideal for putting under a double or queen bed. It can also be used in a large, open-plan living space

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