3 Factors to Consider When Choosing the Right Carpet Textures

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Choosing new carpet textures can be a fun and exciting home makeover project. Few things can set the tone of a room or highlight/soften certain aspects of a room like the floor materials used to base everything around. Whether you’re planning a new dining room area, master bedroom, or kid’s playroom, choosing the right kind of carpet textures is crucial for long term enjoyment, satisfaction, and overall appeal.

At Carpet Connection, we have a wide variety of carpet designs, carpet patterns, and carpet textures that you can use in virtually nay room in the house with aesthetic and functional success. We have an abundant amount of colors to choose from and when it comes to actual carpet textures, we’re proud to include high quality Triexta PTT, Triexta PET, and Polyester among our floor covering options.

At the end of the day, what you choose to line your flooring with is, of course, entirely up to you, but here are some suggestions of what to think about for your next flooring project.

  1. Feel: When it comes to carpets/flooring in general, feel is especially important considering you and your family will presumably be walking on it quite often. Depending on what you’re using, carpet padding is typically a half-inch at the thickest and can be thinner than a quarter-inch. One of the best benefits of the Triexta floor material is that it is as durable as it is soft. Many in the industry are realizing that this relatively new material has grounds to be considered the most durable, even more so than polyester or nylon carpet fabric.

  2. Finances: Another thing to think about when buying anything is the cost. Depending on the size of the room, the material you choose, and any other various factors will determine how much an individual project will cost. It’s important to consider what room you’re working on. After all, 38% of people planned to carpet their master bedroom in a recent Houzz survey vs. 90% who favored wood flooring or tile in the kitchen. Naturally, one costs more than the other. The bigger the room, the steeper the difference in cost.

  3. Functionality:You also need to consider the room’s purpose. For example, you might want to spend a little more money on the flooring of your living/dining room where you entertain guests than you would on the children’s playroom, which may be a bit more difficult to keep clean and maintained.
Home remodeling and makeover projects can be fun and easy or stressful and difficult depending on how much planning and work you put into it. Hopefully, this information will make your next carpet and flooring installation project the best one yet!