Carpets For Living Rooms

Carpets For Living Rooms

Family rooms can see lots of activity, while living rooms can be elegant spaces that are only used for holidays and entertaining guests. Choosing the right Carpet, Flooring or Window Treatments truly depends on function, design and your lifestyle. If your Family Room is the place you relax and watch television, play with kids, or maybe even indulge in a late night snack, you’ll want to consider durable, kid-friendly products that are casual, comfortable and inviting. When choosing products for a more formal Living Room, try and match the style of the rest of your home, but increase the elegance factor a notch to make the space really stand out. Family/Living Room Factors to Consider Décor for Formal vs. Informal Use Sitting on the Floor/Playing with Kids Food or Drinks in the Room Amount of Care and Maintenance Durability Level Your Sales Representative can help you choose the right Flooring. During your FREE In-Home Estimate, your Representative will explain choices to fit your home, budget and lifestyle. Recommended Products for Dining Room
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Carpets For Living Rooms

Family rooms can see lots of activity, while living rooms can be elegant spaces that are only used for holidays and entertaining guests. Choosing the right Carpet, Flooring or Window Treatments truly depends on function, design and your lifestyle. If your Family Room is the place you relax and watch television, play with kids, or maybe even indulge in a late night snack, you’ll want to consider durable, kid-friendly products that are casual, comfortable and inviting. When choosing products for a more formal Living Room, try and match the style of the rest of your home, but increase the elegance factor a notch to make the space really stand out.
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Carpets For Living Rooms

RugsThere's more to choosing a new rug than just picking a pattern you like. Think in terms of balancing function and style, and you'll have an easier time finding a rug that will work for you.The room where you put your rug will help determine its placement within the room, which will then affect room's look, feel and functionality. If you're putting an area rug in your living room, make sure it's large enough to fit under the front legs of all furniture situated around it, and leave 12-18 inches of exposed floor around the edges. In the dining room, a rug placed under the table should extend beyond the chairs when they're pulled out. For the bedroom, choose a large plush rug and place it under the bed to create a warm greeting for bare feet. Long, narrow runners work well in hallways. Always leave several inches of exposed floor on either side of the runner.Choose a rug with a weave that fits your lifestyle and taste. Tufted rugs have a soft feel and plush exterior and are machine washable and backed with skid-resistant material. Woven rugs tend to be more expensive but also more durable, and some require professional cleaning. Flat weave rugs have a flat, thin pile and can be layered for extra padding.Show more
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Carpets For Living Rooms

RugsThere's more to choosing a new rug than just picking a pattern you like. Think in terms of balancing function and style, and you'll have an easier time finding a rug that will work for you.The room where you put your rug will help determine its placement within the room, which will then affect room's look, feel and functionality. If you're putting an area rug in your living room, make sure it's large enough to fit under the front legs of all furniture situated around it, and leave 12-18 inches of exposed floor around the edges. In the dining room, a rug placed under the table should extend beyond the chairs when they're pulled out. For the bedroom, choose a large plush rug and place it under the bed to create a warm greeting for bare feet. Long, narrow runners work well in hallways. Always leave several inches of exposed floor on either side of the runner.Choose a rug with a weave that fits your lifestyle and taste. Tufted rugs have a soft feel and plush exterior and are machine washable and backed with skid-resistant material. Woven rugs tend to be more expensive but also more durable, and some require professional cleaning. Flat weave rugs have a flat, thin pile and can be layered for extra padding.
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Carpets For Living Rooms

Solid Hardwood Flooring and Engineered Hardwood Floors are durable classic choices that create a warm, inviting atmosphere. Hardwood Flooring can add elegance to a formal Living Room or a casual, rustic appearance to informal family gathering spaces.
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Carpets For Living Rooms

Solid Hardwood Products Solid Hardwood Flooring and Engineered Hardwood Floors are durable classic choices that create a warm, inviting atmosphere. Hardwood Flooring can add elegance to a formal Living Room or a casual, rustic appearance to informal family gathering spaces.
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Carpets For Living Rooms

In the living room of a Bergen County, New Jersey, home designed by Nannette Brown, the rug is by Doris Leslie Blau. The custom-made sofa is upholstered in a Rogers & Goffigon fabric, which is also used for the curtains.
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Carpets For Living Rooms

In the living room of this East Hampton house, which was designed by Celerie Kemble, the rug is by Merida. The sofas, by Celerie Kemble for Henredon, are upholstered in a Brunschwig & Fils printed linen, and the side tables are Kemble designs.
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In a San Francisco family’s home, designed by Ken Fulk, the living room’s striped rug is from Stark. The 18th-century armoire and midcentury wing chairs are Italian, the sofa is covered in a Great Plains linen, and the side table is Moroccan.

The room where you put your rug will help determine its placement within the room, which will then affect room's look, feel and functionality. If you're putting an area rug in your living room, make sure it's large enough to fit under the front legs of all furniture situated around it, and leave 12-18 inches of exposed floor around the edges. In the dining room, a rug placed under the table should extend beyond the chairs when they're pulled out. For the bedroom, choose a large plush rug and place it under the bed to create a warm greeting for bare feet. Long, narrow runners work well in hallways. Always leave several inches of exposed floor on either side of the runner.