There are various types, shapes and styles of Brisbane carpet available in the market today. You can find textured plush carpets, Berber carpets, Saxony carpets and even commercial grade carpets. There are also carpets that can be cut to your preferred size with bound edges, can be set on wall to wall and carpet tiles.
With these large selections of carpets, sometimes it could be a daunting experience to select the right Brisbane carpet for your home.
So where do you start?
There are just two things you need to consider before buying a Brisbane carpet of your choice – application and aesthetic value.
One of the most common mistakes is buying a Brisbane carpet because it simply looks beautiful only to realise that it does not go well with your existing interior decors. Remember that a room with awkward carpeting is poor, unappealing, and has no class at all.
So before setting aesthetic appeal the first on your list, consider the application first: where to put the Brisbane carpet and how much traffic will it receive?
A Saxony carpet may not be the ideal Brisbane carpet to use in high trafficked areas in your home such as the dining room and play area. A Saxony Brisbane carpet shows footprints and vacuum cleaner marks. Instead, you can use Berber carpets which are resistant to dirt, can withstand constant wear and tear and are highly durable which are best suited for such areas.
Now that you already know what type of Brisbane carpet best suits your needs, the second and last thing you need to consider is the artistic value of the Brisbane carpet; not just how it looks but, how it looks along with your other existing home decors. It can either perfectly blend or accentuate the centre piece as long as it complements the overall appearance of your home.
Always keep in mind that the key in choosing the right Brisbane carpet lays in both the application and the overall impact it can give to your home.
A Brisbane carpet is more than just an investment; it is your home’s statement.