The carpet you choose for your home reflects your personal style and your practical requirements just as much as the clothes you wear.
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The carpet you choose for your home reflects your personal style and your practical requirements just as much as the clothes you wear. Carpet comes in so many different colors, patterns and textures, making a selection can seen overwhelming, howerver, it doesn't have to be!
To make the right choice, it's impotant to consider some simple questions about a carpet. Do you like how it looks and feels? Is it suitable for your lifestyle? Will it be subject to heavy use? Will it be exposed to direct sunlight? Will it be near an enterance from the outdoors? The ideal carpet for you is one that appeals to you visually, and is also durable enough to retain its appearance while being used.
Cable - Chunky, nubby yarns are used to create cable-style carpets which bring an atnosphere of casual elegance to a room. luxurious an soft, with great performance.
Saxony - The standard cut pile, this carpet has a smooth, level finish. Its pile yarns have no texture, resulting in a richer, more formal look.
Texture - As the most popular cut pile, this carpet has a soft feel because it is made from slightly textured yarns. Its textured surface is perfect for casual settings and resists high traffic.
Frieze - Friezes create an informal look and feature a crimped yarn and randomly textured surface, provided by the fibers being tightly twisted. This highly styled, fashon forward carpet also reduce footprints and vacuum marks.
Loop - Durable with a casual look, look pile carpets resist matting and crushing and are well suited to high-traffic areas. Multi-level loops have two to three different pile heights, which create dimensional interest.
Pattern - From subtle to bold, patterned carpets add a unique and dramatic style to any interior. The pattern may be achieved in a variety of ways. Tufted in multiple heights, applied through a dyeing process, or sculpted using cut and loop combinations.