Surround yourself with warmth and colour in bedrooms. Place a large rug so it creates a perimeter around the lower two-thirds of your bed, or use small area rugs along each side. A nice, soft rug works best for comfort in your bedroom.
The key to layering carpet over carpet is to vary the texture. Area rugs generally work best over short-pile or looped carpet. ... Similarly, if you have a more plush style of carpet installed, choosing a low-profile Berber or woven rug is your best bet.
The general rule for placement of rugs under beds is that a rug should extend 30 to 45cm from the sides and 30cm of the bed (30cm for a twin or full bed and 45cm for a queen or king bed). If the room is large, the rug should extend even further out from the bed, but it should never extend out less.
The size of an area rug can dramatically alter the room's overall effect. A rug that is too small for your space can cause the room to feel uninviting. A rug that is too large for the room can, paradoxically, make the room feel smaller.
The best bedroom rug should extend at least 60cm beyond the edge of your bed so you feel like you're scooting right into your fuzzy slippers when you throw your legs over the side. Add a 30cm to your rug's length if you have a trunk or bench at the end of your bed.
A neutral-colored carpet, such as tan, brown or gray, is a safe option since it will work with virtually any wall or decor colors.