Is your rug big enough to accommodate the table and all your chairs when they are pulled out?
Ideally, the rug should extend at least 24 inches beyond the edges of the table to ensure that the chairs remain on the rug even when pulled back.
What material you should consider?
Dining rooms can experience a lot of foot traffic and potential spills. Consider a rug made from durable and stain-resistance materials, such as wool, synthetic fibers (like nylon or polyester). These materials are easier to clean and maintain.
What colors and patterns are suitable?
Choose a rug pattern and color that complements the overalls style of your dining room.
If your dining room has a simple or minimalist design, you could opt for a rug with a bold or colorful pattern to add visual interest.
Alternatively, if your dining room is already quite busy in terms of decor or arts, a more neutral or solid-colored rug might be a better choice.
Which one is better? Low or high pile?
Consider the pile height of the rug. A lower pile rug is easier to move chairs on and off of, while a higher pile rug might feel more luxurious underfoot.
Regular maintenance, such as vacuuming and spot cleaning, will help keep your rug looking its best. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s care instructions.