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How to Choose the Right Wall-to-wall Carpet for Every Room

How to Choose the Right Wall-to-wall Carpet for Every Room

What you will read:

This article will specifically focus on How to Choose the Right Wall-to-wall Carpet for Every Roomwhich is part of Zarif Carpets‘ collection of articles related to wall-to-wall carpets. Discover more articles related to the subject on our ‘All About Wall-to-wall Carpet‘ page.

If you are not familiar with the topic of wall-to-wall carpets, we recommend checking out our guide ‘Wall-to-wall Carpets: What You Should Know‘ first.

Why It Is Important Where You Use a Wall-to-Wall Carpet

Choosing a suitable wall-to-wall carpet is much harder than choosing a rug, no matter where you want to use it. When you go to purchase a rug, there are only a few specifications you should notice, such as design and knot density. However, when it comes to buying a wall-to-wall carpet, more factors should be taken into account. For example, in the world of wall-to-wall carpets, pile height, pile weight, gauge, structure, place of use, and some other factors should be considered.

Specifications of a wall-to-wall carpet play an important role. For example, a high pile height carpet gives you a greater sense of softness, while a shorter pile offers more durability, or a loop pile carpet has its own advantages and disadvantages, which are distinctly different from a cut pile carpet.

It is crucial to consider where you want to use the carpet because each place requires its own specifications. For instance, if you intend to carpet your kitchen with a fitted carpet (wall-to-wall carpet), it is better to consider a loop pile one.

a right wall-to-wall carpet for kitchen

In the following sections of this article, we will delve into choosing the right wall-to-wall carpet for every room in a house:

If your primary concern is choosing the right pile height for your wall-to-wall carpets, check out our article ‘How to Choose the Right Pile Height‘ instead.

The Right Wall-to-wall Carpet for Bedroom

If you have a child in your home or if your bedroom’s design plays an important role in your mood, consider using a soft wall-to-wall carpet that is pleasant to walk on with bare feet. Soft carpets usually have a long pile height (more than 12mm) and high pile density. In addition to its softness, this type of carpet provides added safety for your child if they happen to fall.

Remember the color of your bedroom’s carpet is very important and influences your mood significantly. Check out our article ‘How to Choose the Right Carpet Color‘.

Another notable tip is that the softer your carpet is, the less durable it tends to be. High soft wall-to-wall carpets usually have a shorter lifespan compared to others; however, because bedrooms are typically considered places with low foot traffic, this would not be a big deal.

What we offer for your bedroom:

Check out our wall-to-wall carpets named ‘Elegance‘, ‘Unique‘, and ‘Shayli‘, as three examples of suitable bedroom carpets.

The Right Wall-to-wall Carpet for Living Room

Similar to the bedroom, if you have a child at home, it’s better to use a high or medium pile height wall-to-wall carpet for your living room. However, if you don’t have a child or if your living room experiences high foot traffic, you should choose a carpet with a shorter pile height, as shorter pile height shows more resistance to wear and tear.

right carpet for living room

What we offer for your living room:

Check out our wall-to-wall carpets named ‘Royal‘, ‘Royal Classic‘, and ‘Anahita‘, as three examples of suitable living room carpets.

The Right Wall-to-wall Carpet for Kitchen

The kitchen is typically where we cook and have to stand on our feet for long periods. Therefore, a wall-to-wall carpet can be a perfect flooring option because it helps prevent fatigue. There are many other advantages to using wall-to-wall carpet in the kitchen, such as preventing falls, reducing the likelihood of breaking glasses and dishes when they drop and being easy to clean.

Now the question is, what type of wall-to-wall carpet should we use in the kitchen? As mentioned, we usually cook in the kitchen and are more likely to make stains or messes there than in other parts of the home. Therefore, we recommend using a dark-colored carpet or a printed carpet (A printed carpet is a carpet featuring patterns or images printed on its surface) to hide stains and dirt that we might forget to clean. Apart from the color, remember that your carpet should be soft, so it is better to choose a high or medium pile height carpet.

What we offer for your kitchen:

Check out our wall-to-wall carpets named ‘Hasti‘, ‘Royal‘, and ‘Paeiz‘, as three examples of suitable kitchen carpets.

The Right Wall-to-wall Carpet for Staircase and Hallway

Staircases and hallways often have high foot traffic, so their carpets are more likely to wear and tear. In such cases, it is important to use a durable carpet with an anti-slip backing. Loop pile wall-to-wall carpets are resistant to foot traffic and generally have a longer lifespan compared to other carpets.

Anti-slip wall-to-wall carpet refers to a type of carpet that is designed with features to enhance traction and minimize the risk of slipping or sliding. This is particularly important in areas where safety is a concern, such as staircases, hallways, or other high traffic zones. For further information about anti-slip carpets, check out our article ‘Anti-Slip Wall-to-Wall Carpet: A Secure Choice‘.

What we offer for your staircase and hallway:

Check out our wall-to-wall carpets named ‘Khazar‘, ‘Aten‘, and ‘Montreal‘, as three examples of suitable staircase and hallway carpets.

The Right Wall-to-wall Carpet for Office

Offices are high foot traffic areas where people walk with shoes, so office carpets must be very durable and resistant. Since softness is not a concern here, a short pile height wall-to-wall carpet with loop piles is ideal. Besides loop pile carpets, carpet tiles are a relatively new option in the world of flooring; they are very resistant and perfectly suited for offices. For further information about carpet tiles, check out our article ‘Carpet Tiles: A Versatile and Sustainable Flooring Solution‘.

carpet tiles in a office

What we offer for your office:

Check out our wall-to-wall carpets named ‘Decotile 01‘, ‘Decotile 10‘, and ‘Sahra‘, as three examples of suitable office carpets.

Final Words

It is crucial to consider the place where you intend to use the wall-to-wall carpet when purchasing it. Each type of carpet has its own advantages and disadvantages but in a nutshell, you should know, typically softness of a carpet is inversely related to its durability. Another notable tip is that pile height has a direct relation with softness. If you consider these two tips, you will be ahead significantly when it comes to buying a new moquette (wall-to-wall carpet).

For more details about wall-to-wall floorings, check out our LinkedIn page too.

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