Carpet Guide

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Saxony or Plush

The most luxurious choice, each yarn of this type of carpet has a uniform height and finish, offering a smooth look and soft feel for formal or little-used rooms. Plush carpet is prone to showing footprints or vacuum tracks.

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Looped

The yarn tips of this carpet are looped, not cut, providing a rounded surface that is extremely durable. Berbers are the best example of looped carpet, which often is used in casual family rooms, dens and some high-traffic areas. It comes in solid colors, flecks and patterns.

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Frieze

Frieze (pronounced free-ZAY) carpets have a cut pile and are workhorses that perform well anywhere, even in high-traffic areas. Each strand of yarn is twisted tightly and easily bounces back into place. The surface looks textured and hides footprints and vacuum tracks well.

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Textured

This type of carpet has alternating twists of yarn, creating a two-tone appearance. It provides a more casual look and wears well.

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Cut-and-Looped

The patterns of this carpet style are created through the combination of some cut yarns and some looped yarns. With its carved appearance, it can be found in both casual and more formal settings. This type of carpet stands up well in high-traffic areas and the texture helps hide stains.

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