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Interior Design using Carpet: Consider the Following Before You Install It!

If you’re looking to remodel your office, you’re probably questioning whether interior design with carpet is a good idea. Thanks to some home improvement shows on HGTV and the DIY Network, carpeting has gotten a bit of a bad reputation…and this bad reputation is unwarranted. In this blog post, we’re going to discuss some of the  hottest carpet styles — the colors, the shapes, the cuts, and more — to show you that decorating with carpeting is, in fact, a viable improvement idea!

  • First, consider the color of the walls in your room. Are they “warm” (i.e., in the brown, or beige, family) or neutral colored? If so, you’ll definitely benefit from a bright red carpet. Consider adding this red carpet in the reception room, or in the conference room, where the heavy traffic will be hidden by the bright red color.
  • Next, consider the function of the room, or the nature of the property as a whole. For the most part, when it comes to professional environments, your best bet on carpeting is to stick with the most popular carpet color: beige. How light, or dark, you go with the beige depends on your personal taste.
  • Finally, consider the “pile” of the carpet. So-called “shag” carpeting was very popular in the 1970s, and it’s making a comeback in popularity today because of the improved quality of the fabric used. In addition, twisted pile carpeting is just as popular because it has a “finished” look, making it ideal for offices and professional areas. Finally, both the shag and the twisted pile carpeting comes in a variety of styles and colors to suit a variety of budgets.

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