Home & House Interior Designs — February 1, 2011 at 5:02 pm



While redecorating your homes or perhaps when you are remodeling your homes, you might wonder what kind of carpets you should be using for the various rooms. There are certainly many aspects that should be taken into consideration here. The most important of these is the location of the carpet. There are places in your home which are ‘high traffic’ areas and there are other places that are less frequently walked upon. This is why you should certainly have the best quality in carpets in living rooms and stair cases. These are carpets that should be able to withstand quite a bit of wear and tear. On the other hand in the low-wear areas like bedrooms you can settle for something that is not that high end.

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Now another thing that has to be taken into consideration is the users. With children and pets you have to choose a carpet that in stain resistant. True, this could be expensive, but then it pays off in the long run. Go in for soft carpets if there very young children who crawl.  The next thing to look into is the color of the carpet. If this is your temporary abode then go in for a carpet with neutral color that can perhaps fit in with any decor. If you go in for colors like blue or any other specific colors, then it is sure to look pretty incongruous if you have to shift residence and the decor in your new home cannot match the color of the carpet!

Dark colors will always make the carpet look clean. Colors like pale brown, beige or tan will easily show off any spills and it is going to pretty upsetting when you cannot clean the stains away. Always remember carpets are certainly a part of your interior decor and is always money well spent when you go in for an expensive one.

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