It is easy to understand that as a person shopping for carpet, there can almost be too many choices and can be overwhelming at first. By taking the time to learn some of the basic styles and choices, it can help you gain some foundation of what you do and do not want in your home.
At Flynn’s Carpet Cents, you will learn that the beautiful yet practical styles to even the most formal designs can be seen and are available for you to choose from. The endless designs can be added to any room.
There are three key factors to make sure you are choosing the right type of carpet. By finding the right balance between cost, design, and performance, you will be sure that you are bringing home your right choice. By reading this piece that we have provided for you, the carpet shopping experience will be much easier and can help you have some basic understanding of what you need in your home.
For starters, there are six essential types of carpet. They are texture, saxony, frieze (also known as shag), cable, loop, and patterned (also known as cut & loop).
Each style has its own characteristics and performance levels. You should cautiously contemplate all of the style of carpet’s features when making your choice.
This is a common cut pile carpet that has alternating coils of yarn often creating a toned look.
This carpet has an overall casual feel, but does a good job at hiding foot or vacuum marks.
Textured carpets are best used for active families. Their versatility can be used in any room of the house and can be matched due to its broad range of colors and densities.
This style of carpet is more formal and elegant in design. If you are looking for a less casual look and feel, Saxony might be a good option to look at.
This carpet is plush to the touch and has a luxurious feel. In the making of this style, each yarn was created using a uniform twist and finish. That is why this carpet style is perfect for a master bedroom, dining room, or a formal living room.
With its uniformity, it easily shows footprints and vacuum streaks which is why it is not recommended in high traffic areas.