Obie Rug, Multi
When sourcing the perfect rug, two things should always spring to mind; comfort and versatility. Our in-house experts share tips on how to select the right style for your home
Our classic wool rugs are made to work in a variety of different interiors and locations with hardwearing and timeless appeal; meticulously hand-knotted in India, each rug takes up to six months to craft with up to 63 knots per square inch
Lucy Packard, Senior Designer, Soho House
'At Soho Farmhouse we wanted to create a timeless, lived-in look. We used patterned, vintage rugs with simple flooring in living spaces and textured rugs in bedrooms. It's all about balancing heritage with contemporary.'
Found across our abstract styles in Soho House Berlin and White City House, our hand-tufted rugs are ideal for a bold interior move, with different variations in pile height lending richer depth and colour to each design
Rosie Campbell, Product Development Manager, Soho Home
'All our tufted rugs are handcrafted using a hand-tufting gun and make great statement pieces placed under sofas, beds, chairs, or even dining room tables.'
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.'
Our textural rugs bring together a range of artisanal techniques from flatweave to traditional flokati to create a tactile, three-dimensional feel and comfort underfoot
'Opt for hand-knotted over hand-tufted texture rugs in areas with a high footfall as they're less likely to shed.'
Focusing on the same artisanal technique as our classic rugs, this collection places emphasis on bolder patterns like geometrics to make a modern statement. Their low pile construction makes them ideal situated in either a living room or bedroom
'Picking a rug that's too small is a very common mistake. You don't want it to float in the middle of the room. Ideally, it should sit under your furniture, or at least under the front legs of a sofa or chair.' - Candy Murray, Interior Style Manager, Soho Home
Discover our size-by-room guide to help you find the best size for every area of the home
Measuring around the same length as a three-seater sofa, this rug size works well in a medium sized living area
Fits perfectly under a double, queen or king-sized bed
Comfortably fits under an 8-seat dining table or under a 3 seater sofa, with space to sit two armchairs facing opposite
Position both your sofa and extra seating on top of this size to create a comfortable cosy zone within larger open plan spaces
Our largest size rug, use to zone an open plan space