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6x9 - One of Our Most Popular Sizes

For covering your floor in style, you can’t beat 6x9 area rugs! This is an optimal size for most rectangular dining tables and wide sofas. Extremely similar to the 5x8 but just a size up. This size works best for small dining room tables that can fit all chairs on the rug. You can also put the rug square to your sofa, with two chairs on each side, and an optional coffee table on the rug. Works great with sectionals as well!

Bigger Equals Better

With our collection of high-quality 6x9 area rugs, your flooring will be protected and look amazing at the same time! We’ve got plenty of options to choose from too. It doesn’t matter if you prefer brighter or subdued colors, natural or synthetic fibers - there’s something here you’ll love! This collection features some great 6x9 sized designs by Joanna Gaines , Ellen Degeneres, and our other design partners. With names like that behind them, you know these rugs will look amazing!

For your living room, dining room, or any other large space, a 6x9 rug is a spectacular option. Because we set a high standard of quality, you can rest assured that a rug from NW Rugs & Furniture will look great, feel amazing, and last for a long time to come. Find your perfect rug online today and bring out the very best in your home!

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Placing the correct size rug in your space is as important as choosing the right color or pattern. A rug that it is too small will shift the balance of the room unfavorably. A rug that is too big, especially in open floor plans, may put the area designations off. There are a few rules of thumb, but a picture says it better. Use these handy guides by Interior Designer Lisa Ferguson to make the best choice.


Living Room Size Guide



Dining Room Size Guide


Bedroom Size Guide

Bedroom Size Guide 2

Bedroom Size Guide 3


All guides by Lisa Ferguson, Interior Designer  Follow on Twitter @decormentor