Design Style and Carpet Style need to be taken into consideration when choosing your carpet. Below you will find information on options available to you.
Carpeting design effects the overall feel of a room. With proper choice of color, texture and finish, your carpeting choice can make settings you imagined become a reality.
Color selection is a main factor. Carpeting can bring a room together. Remember to consider existing furniture or furniture you plan to buy when choosing the color of your carpet. When possible start with the carpet and choose your furniture accordingly.
Perception of the size of a room. Lighter colors of carpet tend to make small rooms appear larger. Darker colored carpets tend to can create a sense of decreased space in large rooms. A single color installed through connecting rooms can create a feeling expansion while contrasting colors create a feeling of division.
Color can alter the apparent climate of a room. Reds, browns and yellows, will warm a room. While greens, blues, and violets can have a cooling effect. Mood can also be created by color. Oranges and reds set an active theme, while greens and blues create a soothing setting.
Helpful Advice : View the carpet samples you are considering in the rooms where they will be installed.
Velvet Plush is one of the most elegant carpet styles. It is a very dense carpet that has little or no twist to the yarn. The result is a blending of the fibers creating a smooth effect. Footprints and vacuum marks will show ,due to the velvety nature . However the glossy sheen makes this style very appealing.
Saxony Plush is not as formal as Velvet Plush . It is similar to Velvet in the smooth dense finish. More twist in the yarn causes greater definition. Footprints and vacuum marks will show. This style is well suited for more formal areas of your home .
Saxony is less dense than the Plushes. However it is one of the more popular of the cut pile finishes. This style has many forms depending on the twist in the yarn.
Sculptures are created by adding lower loop pile while varying the pile height of a Saxony. The contrast creates a carved appearance, this explains the name "sculptured". Sculptured carpet is available in multi-tones as well as solid colors.
Textured is like a Saxony, however each tuft of yarn is slightly kinked. This effect creates a variegated look. Certain lighting will make this style appear to be multi colored even though it is actually a solid color. This style does not show footprints and vacuum marks.
Level loop is the simplest construction and the least formal. Rather than being cut like the previous styles, the pile is left in a loop configuration. This style works well in commercial areas, exercise rooms and casual settings. This carpet wears well.
Multi level loop is the same as a level loop except that the loops are of varying heights. This variation may be in a uniform manner to produce a specific design or done at random for a textured appearance. This style can be used in a more formal design where the durability of level loop is needed .
Berber is a level or Multi level loop construction using a thicker yarn. Most often this style comes in beige and pastel tones to create a natural effect. Family rooms and dens are the perfect place for Berber.
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