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Carpet

Brands (and links)
Aladdin Carpet by Mohawk
Anderson Tuftex Carpet
Beaulieu Carpet
Bolyu Commercial Carpet
Caress Carpet by Shaw
Coronet Carpet
Dream Weaver Carpet 
Fuzion Flooring Carpet Tile
Kane Carpet
Kraus Carpet
Kraus Contract Carpet
Mannington Commercial Carpet
Mohawk Carpet
Mohawk Commercial Flooring
Mohawk Floorscapes®
Philadelphia Commercial
Queen Carpet
Shaw Carpet

 

From sumptuous pastel plush to rugged berber tweeds, carpet is a universally popular floor covering, Broadloom has long been synonymous with comfort and luxury, but in today's eclectic room schemes, carpeting is just one of numerous soft options for a high-fashion floor.

Whether you choose a room-size loose-laid or wall to wall permanently installed over a cushion, this soft floor covering, offers many practical advantages. Broadloom's sweep of color and underfoot comfort gives any room-even sparely set ones-a more "furnished" feeling. Colors can work magic, too. For example, a light hue visually expands a small space, and a dark one cozies up a large room. Carpet in a sunny color can visually warm a room short on natural light. Before you buy carpets, study samples at home, and remember that the color of a room-size carpet will be more intense than the samples.

Advantages of Carpeting

Materials and construction give carpeting inherent virtues that may suit your decorating needs.

  • Broadloom absorbs sound, an appealing feature for condominiums, town houses, and homes with high ceilings.
  • Yarn construction and surface texture add soft contrast to a room's angular architecture.
  • As versatile camouflage, broadloom goes over any existing floor, with no need for a new sub-floor, and it hides uneven surfaces and existing floor damage.
  • Today, carpet is available with soil, stain, odor, and static-resistant features, and manufacturing techniques have increased its durability and cleanability.