Carpet flooring adds color to room decor

Carpet flooring adds color to room decor


Carpet color dramatically affects the overall look of a room and its ambiance. Consider function and fashion to determine the color right for your home.

Carolina Carpet and Floors in Fayetteville, NC, offers a wide variety of carpeting and an experienced team to help you find what works best for you.

Neutral colors


After comparing carpet colors, most homeowners choose a neutral shade with a timeless look. Gray has replaced beige as the go-to neutral color, with choices that vary from light hues such as silver to dark hues like slate gray.

Next, choose a cut-and-loop style carpet that shows a geometric or abstract design to add visual interest.

Mid-tones


Dirt and debris can easily be seen when you choose carpeting that is light in color. Very dark colors hide dirt and stains, but they show lint and dust.

It's best to select carpet in mid-tones, especially to keep maintenance low. Mid-tone colors that blend with the general shade of local soil is ideal for high traffic areas.

Flecked colors


A Berber-style carpet is an excellent alternative to a solid-colored carpet. This floor covering features a light-colored background highlighted with flecks of darker colors like brown or gray.

In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, a Berber-style carpet is reasonably practical since it hides anything on the rug between vacuumings.

Visit us today for your carpet flooring!


Carolina Carpet and Floors sells and installs carpet flooring in homes and businesses near the western part of the North Carolina Coastal Plain region. Eastover, Hope Mills, and Cape Fear are a few of the communities in this area.

Our carpet store offers other services, too, including free estimates and flooring repairs. In addition, Carolina Carpet and Floors can handle your floor covering upgrade. So give us a call or stop by our showroom in Fayetteville.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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