Floors that are left plain without any coating and decoration can present an impression of relief and tend to be easy to clean. However, on the other hand, a plain floor will give the impression of being cold and feeling hard so that sometimes it makes residents uncomfortable and bored. There are some strategies to make the residential floor warmer and more attractive, one of which is to install a carpeted floor. Don’t forget to subscribe to Carpet Care Specialists for the carpet care you use.
You will also find tips on choosing the right floor carpet based on the carpet material, room occupancy, and shape of the carpet below.
1. Bedroom Carpet
There are several functions of the carpet in the bedroom, which helps control the temperature of the room, muffle the sound, warm the feet, and provide comfort to the occupants of the house. The installation can completely cover the floor of the room or only in certain areas where you often set foot on the floor, such as under the bed and dressing table.
2. Rubber Carpet for Children’s Playroom
Bright colors and motifs on the carpet will give a fresh atmosphere in the child’s playroom. Types of rubber rugs such as those used in the gym suitable to be installed in this room. Its flexibility and tenderness can prevent injuries and injuries from slipping or falling. This soft carpet will be very useful for active children. Rubber carpet can also reduce noise when in small running and jumping.
3. Fur Rug for the Family Room
For the living room or family room that serves as the heart of the house, a large carpet will accommodate all family members and relatives who gather. For everyday, soft fur rugs or cotton knit rugs can meet family needs. However, when large families gather, you should hold a knit carpet made of pandanus or large rattan.
4. Vinyl Carpet for the Kitchen Area
Vinyl rug or carpet made of tough vinyl material is suitable to be placed in the kitchen because it is easy to clean from sticky and stubborn stains. You can put this carpet where you often stand, such as in front of the washing area.
5. Woven Rugs for Bathroom Areas
In a dry bathroom, the carpet is usually placed in the sink area and toilet as an absorber of water splashes so that the bathroom is not slippery. At present, many rugs adjust the shape of the toilet foot with a variety of materials, including woven. As for the wet bathroom area, usually, a rubber carpet or anti-skid rubber mat is needed so that you are safer stepping.
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