What size of a round rug should I get to put under a 44" round table

by Susan
  8 answers
  • Castrang17 Castrang17 on Sep 07, 2017

    If you have the space, I would put a 60 inch round under your table. Depending on how far you pull your chairs out, use a larger size of 72 inch. Depends on what you like and how much room you have. You can always take the rug back until you find the right size but ask the seller first. Good Luck!

  • Sharon Sharon on Sep 07, 2017

    Get a tarp and cult out a circle in the largest size you think you want, and work down in size from there until you like the look.

  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Sep 07, 2017

    I would want one that came out at least to where the chairs would be if a person were sitting on one of the chairs, you wouldn't want the chairs to be only part way on the rug and therefore uneven.

  • Michele Pappagallo Michele Pappagallo on Sep 07, 2017

    Generally, you want your dining room rug to extend far enough past your table so that your chairs will fit comfortably on the rug...even when they are pulled out far enough to sit on them. I would take your chairs, pull them out far enough to sit on them, then measure the width from one side to the other. It is hard to tell you the measurement since I don't know the size or style of your chairs. Hope that helps.

  • Cindy Cindy on Sep 07, 2017

    Hello Susan, I recommend using a tape measure to figure out how far from the table you want the rug to be. I think you need at least 24 additional inches from the edge of the table to be able to pull chairs in/out . You are right that round tables should have round rugs. I hope this helps you. Good luck.

  • DesertRose DesertRose on Sep 07, 2017

    The rug should fit the chairs easily when people push out from the table. In other words, you don't want the back legs to fall off the rug. So pull a chair out, and give them some extra room if you have the space on the floor to accommodate it.

  • Chloe Crabtree Chloe Crabtree on May 26, 2023

    A 60 inch rug would be the right size.

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Sep 03, 2023

    Sit on a chair, then move chair to get up add 6". Measure gtom the centre of the table to the outside of the chair + 6 inches, then double the measurement - then you have the size!