Continuing the home improvement trends of the past few years, top interior designers and experts on style predict a focus on making the home welcoming and cozy. Bold colors, warm inviting designs, cushioning underfoot and fuzzy textures and materials reminiscent of the natural world will all be in high demand through 2022. Modern innovations in carpet production and installation have likewise led to easier to clean, healthier carpeting for your home.
Large Selection of Styles
From easy-to-match neutral tones to bursts of artistic expression and reflections of the outside world, carpeting is available to suit any design project. Traditional white pearl or beige carpeting works well in low-use areas or as a stable foundation for spaces that are often redecorated, while more striking patterns can be the basis for an entire room’s design.
With present-day production and installation techniques, carpeting is not relegated to the just covering the ground anymore, either. Walls, ceilings, banisters, and many other surfaces no longer suffer from buckling or slippage with professionally installed carpeting. Cozy up a den or bedroom with sound-dampening carpeting to truly make the space your own.
Natural materials like cork, jute, seagrass, sisal, and wool bring the calming properties of nature into our homes. Often less resource intensive than hardwood or ceramic, these natural materials present daily reminders of the outdoors. Synthetic options are perfect for any stain-prone households, as modern materials and cleaners have made persistent stains a thing of the past. With so many materials to choose from, working with a knowledgeable professional ensures you end up with the right carpeting for your project.
Wall to wall carpeting has been a popular choice in most applications for a long time, and it makes sense. Providing insulation, safety, style, and affordability while covering imperfections in the base floor, carpeting is an easy choice for large commercial applications and homeowners alike.
With many of us continuing to work from home, insulating our “offices” from the rest of the building is increasingly important. Carpeting and its padding absorb local sounds, cutting down echo, while insulating rooms from sounds below for a comfortable, more personal setting.
The padding and texture of carpeting is a safety factor, as well. Unlike hard flooring, carpeting has plenty of surface for our feet to grip onto, decreasing the risk of slipping. Should a fall occur, carpeting and its base provide more safety than hardwood or ceramic options.
At Fred Callaghan’s Carpet and Flooring Center, our professional designers are experts in top brands including Karastan, Masland, Stanton, Fabrica, and Shaw Carpet. With so many options and increasing popularity, come into Fred Callaghan’s Luxury Designer Showroom or click to schedule an appointment with one of our design professionals today!!