Rugs News Archive
Campaign to end child labour in rug industry
Child labour is a part of the hand-made rug market is being combated by an organisation which is quickly attracting new members.
Extensive rug collection to be previewed
A massive new rug collection will go on display at Surfaces 2012 with 200 new designs being unveiled for the very first time.
Rug competition for athletes finds a winner
An exciting competition by flooring manufacturer Shaw Industries has found a winner from over 70 entrants, all of who were athletes from the Special Olympics.
Innovative rug is 'growing' in the right direction
A ‘living rug‘ is being marketed for homeowners who live in the city and may not have a garden outside their home or flat.
Rugs becoming unfashionable
Rugs have been condemned as out of date and bad choices in terms of interior design as more and more people turn away from the traditional floor covering.
Rugs 'essential for the home'
Rugs have many qualities making them essential for the home, it has been suggested.Writing for Terry's Fabrics, expert Helen Green noted the value of the items in terms of their aesthetics, as a ....
Nice neon rug for chocoholics
Chocoholics searching for a new rug may find the Infinite Neon Chocolate the ideal variety for their floor, offering a truly tasty colour.It comes in a dark chocolate shade, criss-crossed by several ....
A new rug 'can revitalise flooring'
Homeowners who want to spruce up their properties by adding some life to old hardwood flooring have been encouraged to invest in a rug.Writing for the Star, editor-in-chief of Home Trends Magazine and ....
Rugs could be ideal for covering up old flooring
People who want to create a fresh new look in their properties may want to invest in a rug, following comments from one expert.Writing for the Globe and Mail, Dee Dee Taylor Hannah explained there are ....
'Lots to consider' when buying rugs
Homeowners who are thinking of buying new rugs for their property have been told the process of choosing suitable items should not be rushed.Speaking to the Columbus Dispatch, Megan Leukart Hirsch ....