Design trends change all the time, and flooring is no different! Here at Floor Coverings International Chandler-Gilbert, we strive to bring you the latest flooring styles for your home.

If you’re looking to install new carpet in Gilbert, you’ve come to the right place! Today, we’re highlighting our favorite carpet trends of 2018.

Light Colors

Carpet in Gilbert

Homeowners are increasingly choosing carpets in light hues for a contemporary and versatile look. Neutral hues, like grays, creams, and beiges, help to brighten your space. They will also blend with a wide range of paint colors, furniture, and décor. Just keep in mind that lighter hues are more likely to show stains, so take care to keep your carpet clean and maintained!

Textured Designs

Textured carpet in Gilbert

You may be familiar with basic cut pile carpets, like saxony, and loop pile carpets, like Berber. But have you encountered textured carpets, which combine both loop and cut pile for a more visually interesting look? These days, you’ll find a wide variety of textured carpets that feature subtle patterns of diamonds, leaves, fleur-de-lis, and more. These carpets are usually plush and comfortable, but a bit more exciting than your typical carpet!

Natural & Eco-Friendly Materials

Natural carpet in Gilbert

If you are looking to reduce your footprint on the environment (or you just prefer to use natural materials in your home), you’ll find many carpet products to suit your needs. Wool is a popular choice for its durability and resilience, but it can also be on the pricier end of the spectrum. Don’t be afraid to explore natural fibers like jute, sisal, coir, and seagrass as well! These fibers may not be as soft as man-made varieties, but they can be blended with other materials for a more traditional feel.

Ready to find the perfect carpet for your home? Give us a call! Floor Coverings International Chandler-Gilbert is proud to offer free consultations to homeowners in Chandler, Gilbert, Ahwatukee, Tempe, Mesa, Maricopa.

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