Giveaway: Rug Pad USA


I posted a few weeks ago about my new amazing rug pad and it’s still just as great as the day I received it. My rug is flat and smooth and best of all, doesn’t shift around when I walk or even vacuum over it.

Now to the exciting details: a giveaway! Rug Pad USA was kind enough to offer a giveaway to Studio Style Blog readers. If you win, you can pick out any type or size of rug pad you want. They even do custom pads if you don’t see a size on their site that works for your rug.

Here’s how to enter:

1. Visit Rug Pad USA and choose which rug pad and size you’d select if you won.

2. Make sure you’re following Studio Style Blog. On the right hand side bar, you’ll see this. Just enter your email and click ‘Sign Me Up’!
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4. Comment below what rug pad you would choose and leave your social media handles so we can confirm you’re following and mention you in the announcement if you’ve won.

Please complete all four steps to be considered for the giveaway and best of luck! The winner will be chosen at random.

The giveaway will close on Sunday, July 5th at 8 PM. Winner will be announced next Monday, July 6th on Studio Style Blog and social media and will need to respond to claim their winning by Tuesday, July 7th. Otherwise, another person will be chosen.

Rug Pad to the Rescue

I adore my new West Elm kilim rug, but it wasn’t cooperating so well with my current rug pad and hardwood floor situation. Notice the rolling and bumps below. IMG_5137I had a cheap rug pad that was too long underneath it and every time I walked over it, vacuumed, etc I would either trip on the rug or it would bunch up and I’d have to try and lay it out again. Not so fun. IMG_5139IMG_5138I was thrilled when Rug Pad USA asked me to review one of their products. I chose the superior lock non-slip pad because it works well with more delicate rugs like this kilim one and is low-profile enough for this small space. My rug is a runner but it’s a bit of an odd size, so I had them custom cut a rug pad to the correct size (always a great option). It arrived very quickly and I couldn’t wait to throw out the old cheap one.

IMG_5133The rug pad is eco-friendly and made in the USA which is a big selling point for me, personally. IMG_5136   For this particular rug pad on wood floors, you simply lay the rubber grip side on the wood surface and the felt surface facing up. IMG_5140 I laid the rug back on top of the pad and immediately noticed a difference. No more slipping, bunching or bubbling. And the pad has just enough of a cushion that it feels really nice and supportive to stand on while cooking dinner, etc. IMG_5162 IMG_5163 IMG_5164 IMG_5258If you are in need of a quality rug pad, I would highly recommend checking out Rug Pad USA.

The rug pad was provided by Rug Pad USA but all opinions, tips and images are my own. If you’re interested in sponsoring a post or advertising, please contact me here