Many interior designers use a combination of carpet, flooring
and area rugs to create a family-friendly and warm ambiance. The design
options, when several different types of flooring are used, are greatly
expanded. And in reality, very few homes use one type of flooring throughout
the entire house.
Combinations of carpet, flooring and rugs can be quite imaginative.
Curved borders between hardwood and carpet can add a striking effect
to a room. The inverse is also true, with carpeting surrounding a hardwood
or tile surface.
When deciding on any carpet/flooring for your home, one should always
be sure to know the exact square footage needed, as well as the shape
of the room. This can help you save yourself money by not purchasing
more than you need, but it can also give you a much better estimate
of the overall cost of the project.