Berber carpet has become a popular choice for couples with children or other high-traffic areas of the home. This is thanks to its durability and longevity as well as its stain resistant qualities.
In today’s carpet showrooms, “Berber carpet” is a term loosely used to describe just about any loop carpet. The term Berber Carpet actually describes a peticular type of loop carpet that has a thick yarn accompanied by a flecked color scheme (usually a lighter brown color with darker accents).
This type of berber carpet originally comes from North Africa, where indiginous tribes used wool and camel hair to make rugs, carpet and clothing.
Modern Manufactured Loop or Berber Carpet
Modern manufactured loop or Berber carpet is mostly made from nylon, natural wool or olefin fibers. Because its made with a low pile and dense loops, Berber carpet can withstand high traffic rooms or hallways, comes in a wide selection of beautiful patterns that will look great in any room.
Berber loop carpets can be bought in a variety of different looks. These include solid colors in one length loops, or multi-colored and multiple length loops (creating beautiful patterns or a luxurious textured look) and anything you can think of in between.
Years ago before modern manufacturing techniques and materials, loop berber carpets were generally limited to basements and indoor/outdoor settings.
In modern times, with all the new fashioned loops, and thanks to some real advancements in softened berber carpet fiber technology, loop carpeting is now making an appearance in bedrooms, family rooms and every other type of room where carpet is a viable option.
Berber Carpet Styles, Colors & Patterns
With so many Berber carpet styles, colors and patterns available, a consultation with a RUGSCHEAP representative may be a good idea. If you are looking for a loop or Berber carpet, you should absolutely schedule a FREE in-home consultation. Please give us a call.
Your carpet design associate at RUGSCHEAP is trained to evaluate your space and help you figure out the right color scheme, pattern and texture for your unique space.
The carpet installation team at RUGSCHEAP will make sure that any key considerations like seam placement (where the seams are positioned in the room) are taken in to consideration so that your new carpet will look perfect.
To get more information on RUGSCHEAP Berber Carpet, or to compare the Berber carpet we have in stock, contact the carpeting experts at RUGSCHEAP today.
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