Have you seen the latest trending carpet styles?

Have you seen the latest trending carpet styles?


Both neutrals and patterns give you plenty of room to create beautiful carpeting. But with the right trends, you'll get an excellent match for any decor and all the best styles.

These products are a perfect way to introduce a trend that caters to your specific interior. And it's worth your time to consider all the top picks that fit your requirements.

Small rooms? Bold carpet


"Bold" often pairs with the word "big," but that's not always the case with this carpet trend. Instead, use this floor covering in small rooms where it won't overwhelm the space.

Placing bold patterns in these rooms can liven them with a strong design introduced in the right way. Interior designers use these options a lot this year, so give them a second glance.

Stripes are classic and covert


Striped carpet has always offered excellent performance in high-traffic spaces. Stairwells and hallways are ideal placements for stripes.

The direction and width of the pattern determine the best use for these floors. First, you'll want to see what each can do for your design.

Neutrals are still an excellent choice


Carpeting of a neutral nature fares well with a minimalist design theme, but there's much more to the trend. You can maintain a consistent flow while combining patterns that work in any style.

Neutrals help create a calm, serene space that allows you to make a statement with decor. Be sure to consider all the latest trending colors like blue and gray.

Visit us for the best carpeting


Carpet & Floor Express Inc
. is a carpet store that understands your stylish needs. And we provide some of the most beautiful options for your floors.

Please upgrade to the best carpet flooring in our Rockville, MD, showroom. We cater to Potomac, Bethesda, Silver Spring, Fairfax, Arlington, and Tysons, and we'd like to work with you.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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