Carpet size is one of the first things we think about when choosing it. Carpet is an item that lasts for years, is a striking detail in the room, and has a significant practical function, and that’s why it is important to fully fit into the ambience. What interior design magazines and almost every reliable carpet service provider advise, is to avoid rugs that stretch across the entire surface of the room. As well as reminiscent of some of the long-standing trends in room furnishings, they are very impractical when it comes to maintenance. On the other hand, too small carpet will probably look nice, but it will not have a significant practical function.
Therefore, in accordance with the size of the room, decide on a medium-sized carpet that will fill the most empty part of the room, that is, where there is not much furniture, and where you assume that the child will play the most. This will give to your child a nice place to sit on the floor during play, while also contributing to the aesthetics by filling the empty space in the room. You can use very small rugs for the part around the children’s desk, where you know that the child will hold his or her feet when sitting and writing homework.