Wall to wall carpeting is a practical and inexpensive option for bedroom floor covering
By: Roger King
Wall to wall carpeting is the most commonly used soft flooring, since it is available in various materials, textures, and colors. Padding increases the longevity of a carpet, provides it with a softer tread, and improves its insulating properties.
Carpeting also plays an important role in helping to unify the style of a room by providing a background that integrates walls, furnishings, and accessories.
When selected with care wall to wall carpeting presents a durable surface that is easy to maintain. Bedrooms are usually subjected to less wear and tear than the other rooms in a home.
Carpeting is warm and comfortable under bare feet, and is one of the easiest covering to install because no structural sub floor is needed. There are two classes of carpet fiber: natural and synthetic.
Wall to wall carpeting comes in a variety of patterns and textures. A common approach is to choose a carpet and then create a border of contrasting color. There are really no limits to the design possibilities.
Although durability, stain resistance, and resilience are determined primarily by the type of fiber you choose, texture plays a role, too. If you possess a floor that has an even texture and color, you may want to enhance the surface with rugs.