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The Insider Guide to Custom Sizes: Standard Sizes vs Custom Sizes

If you are like me, you are probably thinking “I’d love to have an area rug for my space, but I have no idea what to get.” Let me tell you with all of the options for sizing and colours, it can be difficult to make sure you are making the right decision when it comes to picking out your rug. I for one, am always second guessing my decision, but I am here to make sure you have a great experience picking out the rug that best fits your needs.

Let me start with some basic things you will need to know before making a decision.
Do you want a standard size or a custom size? What exactly is the difference?
A standard size rug is any of the sizes we offer when you click on our drop-down menu (example: 5’X7’). 
A custom size rug is any other size that you may want to purchase (example: 5’6”X7’3”).

You are probably wondering what are the benefits to both. Some benefits to standard sizing are they typically cost less and you can return* them. The standard sizes were created to best fit most rooms.
Some of the benefits of custom sizing are the rug will fit your space exactly the way you want it to. There will be no fooling around with a rug that won’t fit your space the way you need it to.
Imagine you borrowed your friend’s clothes, and are trying to wear them even though they aren’t your size. This is what a standard size rug in a room that works better with a custom size rug is like. Rugs are meant to be a centerpiece to your room and should easily integrate with your home décor. By creating a custom size rug, you will get exactly what you want and it will fit perfectly in your home!

***Disclaimer: The maximum size for our custom size rugs is 300 sq. ft., or 12ftx25ft. Not all rugs are customizable. All products that are customizable are marked. We suggest ordering a sample before ordering to make sure the product fits your needs. Once your order is finalized, you cannot cancel or request a refund. ***
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