Room by Room Guide
In the Bedroom, there is nothing like getting out of bed and your feet touching the warmth and comfort of carpet rather than chilly floorboards. It is a very personal space and you can do what you want here. i.e be unashamedly decadent; be sophisticated -the choice is yours! In terms of wear, it is the room that will take the least so you can save money here. A bit of carpet buying advice here is that if, for example, your preferred carpet comes in more than one weight, you don’t need to buy the heavier weight as it will not be subjected to heavy wear.
Living Room Carpet
The Living Room, as the name suggests, is often the ‘hub’ of the household so, here again, a hard wearing carpet is needed. A house full of young children or teenagers will need a practical, hard wearing carpet over luxury and appearance. Stain resistant polypropylene might be the solution in that instance.
Dining Room Carpet
The Dining Room is often a ‘decorating centre’ and the focus of much effort and expenditure as a ‘showcase’ room. The choice is entirely yours when it comes to the carpet – plain, patterned or loop pile. They will all look attractive.
The Hallway is the first thing people see of our home – and we all like to create a favourable impression. For this reason a small runner is a great way to inject colour and make a statement.. It is also an area that takes a lot of wear and tear so your carpet needs to be durable so we recommend a wool mix carpet.
Stairs and Landing Carpet
The Stairs and Landing take a lot of wear as well, so again, a wool rich carpet is strongly recommended. Combining a stripe on the stairs with a contemporary plain carpet in the hall is a clever and practical way to add interest to a functional area. A stair runner is also a clever means of introducing colour and pattern.
It is a common misconception that you cannot have carpet in the Bathroom – not true. It is only a ‘no no’ if there is the potential for it to get soaked on a regular basis ie if you have young children.