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It’s no surprise to see carpet trending once again. With spiralling energy costs we’re all trying to find ways of making our homes feel cosy without turning up the thermostat. Wall to wall carpet has become an increasingly popular choice and we’ve also seen an uptick in deep pile rugs, both of which offer warmth, comfort and a little under-foot luxury and can help to insulate our homes.

  Oro rug in bamboo silk, available in bespoke sizes.

From £4,162 holmesbespoke.com

Kinder to real tigers.

Tigress Rug £275 bode-living.com

House Beautiful Shoreditch Carpet in Forest.

£24.99m2 carpetright.co.uk

Hand-tufted Thebes rug

£1,195 uk.jonathanadler.com

Opera Goers patterned wool rug, designed in collaboration with Norwegian artist, Constance Tenvik.

From £1,240 layeredinterior.com

Large hand-tufted Bailey Rug.

£329 my-furniture.com


Milano Collection 441 Marrone wool carpet.

£90m2 rivierahomeuk.co.uk

Nouvelle is made to order from 100% wool and can be made in custom colours.

£334m2 shop.sibylcolefax.com

After Matisse comes in a range of sizes from S to XXXL.

From £873 sonyawinner.com

Hypoallergenic loop pile Sorrento carpet in plain or stripes.

£27.99m2 tapi.co.uk

Effie showcases the talents of Brintons and Timorous Beasties.

£95m2 thefloorroom.co.uk

Herringbone Wool Weave.

£89m2 thefloorroom.co.uk

The Bargello rug is a collaboration between Trove and Coral & Hive. It is handmade in India using jute.

From £1,350 thetrove.co.uk

The Andalucia Zahara rug is machine washable and made from recycled plastics – great for kitchens.

£155 weavergreen.com

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