What our customers say...

"As a primary school teacher of new entrants having a carpet square on the floor serves two purposes in my classroom. It is a focal point for class interaction and during the Christchurch winter provides a feeling of warmth to our room."

- Gretel Roberts (Primary School Teacher)

The Affordable Way to Dress Up Your Floor!

When purchasing a rug it doesn't need to break the bank.

If you need a simple rug to add warmth under foot, stop the echo on hard floors, hide a stain or mark, add a splash of colour to a room, or personalize a rented property.  We at Rugs for All  understand why people purchase rugs and listen to their needs and ideas.

Our selection of bound carpet rugs that cater for

  1. Most people's tastes, be it textured, loop pile, or cut pile to name a few. 
  2. Bound rugs have lots of different purposes:  at the front door, under the table, front of the couch, or even where the dog sleeps.
  3. They are available in a range  of fibres: wool or synthetic to name a few
  4. We cater for small mats to large room sized rugs, regardless of how small you need a rug or how much room you have to cover.
  5.  Carpet bound rugs start from $10 to where your card stops. 

Choosing a carpet bound rug is a cost effective way to dress up your floors.

Our point of difference:  We do our overlocking onsite and are able to adjust measurements to suit you immediately at no extra cost.

We are known as the overlocking and narrow tape binding specialists, who offer a professional  service where the time is taken from the cutting of carpet, to the selection of yarn or tape colour and most importantly the finishing and tidying of ends.

We pride ourselves on our attention to detail, a point often mentioned by our satisfied customers.

What our customers say...

"As a primary school teacher of new entrants having a carpet square on the floor serves two purposes in my classroom. It is a focal point for class interaction and during the Christchurch winter provides a feeling of warmth to our room."

- Gretel Roberts (Primary School Teacher)