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Aargh what stair carpet with light wood(ish) hallway floor?

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IHeartKingThistle Mon 16-Sep-13 19:59:34

Oh ad it needs to go all down the landing too!

IHeartKingThistle Mon 16-Sep-13 19:58:48

I love tartan too. It's just the colours I'm having a problem with! Millions of stripes in red/purple/brown but none in the colours I actually use!

overthemill Mon 16-Sep-13 19:39:06

tartan would be lovely but would you still love it in, say, 8 years?? I always try to test that. Carpet is so expensive

Tabby1963 Mon 16-Sep-13 19:37:37

When I first read your heading I thought "stripey carpet", but you already had that idea. I almost got one for my stairs (plain everywhere else) but chickened out. Wish I hadn't really, it would have lifted the look of the house I think. Alternatively, what about tartan?

WeleaseWodger Mon 16-Sep-13 19:16:03

We heart ours

overthemill Mon 16-Sep-13 17:32:19

we have chocolate brown wool carpet berwick tweed i think it is. good for not being too quick to show marks and same colour as the dog! we have similar wood too, also wanted stripe but gave up

spottymoo Mon 16-Sep-13 17:29:45

We have oak flooring in the hell way it's all whites walls and paint work stair carpet is a light brown wool carpet. We have have a few pictures in duck egg IMO it looks nice and clean but doesn't feel cold

IHeartKingThistle Mon 16-Sep-13 17:16:49

I thought I'd already made this decision - we've always wanted a stripy stair carpet but I can't find 'the one' as they all seem too muted in colour (the rest of the house is white and bright clean colours, but nothing muted). So I'm looking at plain carpets but I'm worried they won't work with the flooring. The hallway floor is Karndean French Oak which is light but quite warm in colour, so a beige carpet is going to make it look really yellowy, isn't it?


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