Merida Flat Woven Wool Stair Runner By The Carpet Workroom

Check out this Merida flat woven wool stair runner by The Carpet Workroom. We fabricated using a fold and stitch method. Getting confused by all these terms? Me too. So I’ve compiled a list below to help a sister/brother out! Woven: Carpet produced on a weaving loom in which the lengthwise yarns and widthwise yarns are interlaced […]

Nourison’s New Broadloom Collections For 2014

Nourison offers a large selection of premium broadloom, roll runners, and custom rugs for  any style of interior design. Their distinctive carpets are woven from the highest quality materials. Special dyeing effects, hand carving, hand finishing, and luster washing are some of their unique techniques that make Nourison products  stand out. They are the most […]

Sisal Rugs Buyer’s Guide

Overview | Benefits | Selecting Sisal | Gallery To the eye, sisal rugs are very decorative, but to the touch, it’s not nearly as pleasant. They are typically found in dining rooms and living rooms, where you usually aren’t barefoot or laying on it. These rugs are recommended for high-traffic areas, such as entryways and stairs because […]

Wool Carpet Buyers Guide

Why choose wool for your carpet and rugs? Wool carpet is the ideal soft floor covering for many reasons. It is durable, resilient, and most importantly a renewable resource. Its fibers are natural which makes them long lasting and resistant to dirt and staining as well as crushing. In addition, it is also flame retardant, making […]

Carpet and Rug Glossary

Carpet and Rug Glossary: When searching for carpet or rugs many people may not know the vernacular of carpet world. When dealing with carpet or rugs, it is important to prepare yourself before you go shopping. To help you out, here are some carpet and rug glossary terms that may come in handy while researching […]

Trendy Area Rugs: Are You a Trendsetter?

Trendy Area Rugs One of the year’s biggest trends; layered area rugs. This hot design trend is popping up in rooms everywhere. If you want to become a trendsetter, there are a few things to remember. When it comes to layering on a hard wood floor, allow at least 12-18 inches of space on all […]