I really cannot decide on a carpet for my living room, I attach a picture of the colour of the room and my idea is at least a beige/ natural colour (definitely the same colour as in the photo as that just looks dirty all the time)
I go to carpet shops but just can't seem to decide which is best to go for. I don't mind spending up to £800 but I want to make sure what I buy is durable and will be easily cleanable.
I have velvet carpets from John Lewis. Not the cheapest but their prices are good for this type of carpet. I would also look at twist carpets but the wool content and weight of the carpet will determine price. I think heavier weight carpets and those for heavy use will wear better. That is what you need to look for rather than manufacturer. In your room I would like silver grey.
lol sure its little & greene celestial blue - I love their paint it goes on like a dream and when the sun shines on the wall it has a slight sheen that makes it look like the walls have been dipped in paint.
Thank you! Hope you get your carpet sorted. For what it's worth we had a Cormar heather carpet fitted a few years back on the stairs, sensation I think the range is called, polypropylene, and it has lasted very well with a preschooler and cat in the house.
Thanks Reid that really helps as I do like the feel of cormar carpets. I also saw the Mohawk Smartstrand carpet that I like but the reviews from the US haven't been so great so I am a bit wary. Cannot find any UK reviews so hard to know.
i can speak for mohawk everstrand in our bedroom - recycled bottles. its fine - its like any other synthetic carpet but delightfully bouncy. baby has reflux so little possets are landing on this x2-3 a day - its sits on the carpet rather than sinking in. we've had it a very short time though- 8 months. we have a cool taup- pale brown. its expensive for a synthetic carpet but am hoping to get about 10 years from it.