Carpets are the most popular flooring choice on the market today because of the enormous benefits. It acts as a good sound insulator, a warm and soft surface, and requires simple maintenance. With so many carpet choices, finding the right one can be difficult. A well chosen carpet provides a warm and comfortable atmosphere in the living room. The right carpet can be a focal point in a mediocre space.
If the room is often used, the chosen carpet may not be white or light colored, because they will be more expensive to maintain.
If you have children who often play in the room, choose a dark carpet to hide spills, stains and tracked dirt. Also, choose a pile of velvet from the trimmed wrapped fiber. This type of carpet is recommended for frequent use because it tends to hide footprints and is resistant to wear and tear.
Brightly colored carpets can give the illusion of spaciousness in smaller rooms. The amount of light received by your living room should be a benchmark to choose the color of your carpet. If the room is bright enough, then you can choose a darker color. To get a calm and modern look, the colors next to each other on the color wheel might prove complementary to each other.
If you have a small room, it can make it look bigger with your interior design choices and one method is to go for lighter carpet shades. The use of dark colors can provide a feeling of warmth and comfort in colder climates.
Determine whether you want your carpet to be a focal point, complementing some furniture or wall appearance or just fading into the background.
• Patterned carpets can offer a degree of flexibility when coordinating with other items. Large and dominant patterns can act as a good focal point for every room but are not suitable for smaller rooms, because they can make it look cluttered and smaller.
• Plain carpet makes the room look empty and dull but can complement the room with bold colored furniture. To make it easier, narrow your search by choosing shades that match the overall tone of the room. Choose a carpet of different materials that go into it, both natural and synthetic.
Natural Fiber Rugs
Wool is the top of natural fabric, in terms of wearablity, holds the dye well – and cleans it in an instant. Wool is a staple yarn (small pieces that are spun together) so that it can make little feathers and pills (think of your favorite old wool sweater). This is not hypoallergenic, which means you might sneeze a little if you are allergic to wool.