5 Trendy Looks You’ll Want to Protect with Effective Carpet Cleaning

After decades of depression, war, and dealing with limited materials, homeowners embraced the idea of cozy wall-to-wall carpeting following World War II. With advances in manufacturing and the introduction of new colors, floor-covering options were opened up, making American homes a large part of how people expressed themselves.

Since the 1950s, some styles of carpeting have come and gone, while others have withstood the test of time. At the present time, homeowners are once again taking advantage of new technology in carpet design and installation, leading to a host of trendy new styles.


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1. Tantalizing Tiles

The newest trend in home carpeting is allowing families to create unique, one-of-a-kind, flooring designs not possible before the use of tiles. These DIY carpet tiles are easily changed if damaged or worn and result in less waste upon installation because one only needs to buy what they need.

The resilience of wool, polypropylene, and nylon have made them the most popular materials in the construction of the tiles.

2. Gratifying Graphics

Gone are the days of boring, monotone carpeting. These days, homeowners are decorating their floors with as much zeal as the rest of their homes. Many of today’s popular carpeting products resemble area rugs in design.

They can now be seen featuring an array of patterns including circles, hexagons, florals, trellises, leaves, small to medium-sized blocks and diamonds, herringbone and chevron.

3. Craveable Colors

Quite possibly the most difficult to manage when it comes to carpet cleaning, bold colors are all the rage in new home construction and remodels. Though sometimes mono-colored, most homes are boasting mixed colors across the floors of their rooms.

Some use subtle flecks to add interest to basic colors while others are bright and bold. They have proven themselves a great use of the above-mentioned carpet tiles and are easily matched to any room’s furnishings and decor.

4. Refreshingly Recycled

Home carpeting has gone green and this eco-friendly trend is expected to last. Most carpeting is already partially made from recycled materials, but some companies have recently made Polyethylene Terephthalate, or PET, the main component in their newest offerings.

PET is made from recycled soda and water bottles and this new trend is carpeting is keeping these land-destroying items out of landfills.

5. Toe-Pleasing Textures

It seems as though, for a time, durability and softness could not exist together in our homes. Luckily, this has also changed. Americans have once again begun opting for the softer-feeling carpets. These days, just about any carpet material can be made to look and feel softer than in days past.

Soft cut pile is being used to create modified shag carpeting by cutting through the loops to make the tufts stand upright. Some fibers are bulked up to feel thicker while others are made thinner so they feel softer

Shopping for carpet has gotten to be a fun affair and even its installation can be an activity enjoyed by the whole family. Large or small, families are taking advantage of the design opportunities made available to them by the newest trends in home carpeting.