Bedroom Rugs

Bedroom rugs are the best way to change the aura of your room and add some style points too! But choosing a vintage rug does something even better. Namely, it brings a sense of history and a quirky character to space. With that in mind, we hope you’ll find an oriental rug that will fit in with the rest of your room’s furnishings below!


More About Vintage Bedroom Rugs

At this point, you’ve had a chance to sift through our collection of unique bedroom area rugs and kilims. You may have even narrowed your options down to a few of the best bedroom rugs on our list. Even so, how could you possibly choose between them? Don’t worry; if you’re in the market for a Turkish rug, we’ll help you find the best one for your home.

Which Vintage Bedroom Rugs are the best?

If you’re looking for style recommendations for bedroom rugs, you’ll find several worthy options at Biev. To give a minimal room a more lived-in appearance, opt for a distressed rug. If you have more neutral room furnishings, you could get a more vibrant semi-antique rug or an earth-toned one.

On the other hand, if you’re looking for a more quirky option, you’re sure to find a fantastic patterned rug in our selection. Alternatively, you can choose a classic medallion rug to elevate any furnishings. Of course, that only gives you a basic idea of the kinds of bedroom area rugs you can use. There’s still a question of finding the best bed rug for your room.

How to Choose the Perfect Vintage Bedroom Rug

Selecting a bedroom rug should be an overall fun experience. Still, considering the following factors might make the process even easier. Namely, ask yourself if you want your bed rug to be:

Flat-weave or thicker (a flatter piece may be easier to clean, but a standard half-inch thick bedroom carpet would feel better against your feet)

Small rugs or large rugs (depending on the size and layout of your room)

Area rugs or runner rugs (the latter kind is excellent if you just want to cover the area next to the bed)

What Size Should your Bedroom Runner Rug or Area Rug be?

As we have established, choosing a carpet for bedrooms will largely depend on the size of the room itself. Most bedrooms have between 110 and 300 square feet of floor space. However, we have to consider the area available after all the furniture is in the room.

Ultimately, the best way to determine the exact size you need will be to consider the potential placement of the carpet and measure that space. Once you do that, you can use filters to find the right size on

Where Should you Place your Vintage Bedroom Rug?

Most people would tell you that your bedroom rug should be the first thing your toes touch in the morning. With that in mind, you’ll certainly want to keep at least one carpet or kilim right next to your bed.

Even so, there are several ways to achieve that placement. For one, you can look for large bedroom rugs to put under the bed. That way, you’ll have parts of the carpet peeking out on either side of the bed.

On the other hand, you can have a smaller area rug or even an elongated runner right where your feet hit the floor in the morning. And if you’re interested in more unorthodox placements, you can try layering several vintage rugs.


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