All rugs start as a straight looped construction. Then, like Berber style, they are left in, or the fibers are cut into piles of various heights. This results in multiple styles and textures; for example, a high fiber rug has long, loose fibers like the shag.
The frieze, often (incorrectly) confused with the shag, has longish fibers so tightly twisted they curl, giving it a sort of “messy” and casual look. Iconic Saxony is a medium pile with two versions; Saxony Plush has a soft, luxurious, and formal look. Saxony Textured (sometimes called Trackless) features fibers twisted in different directions, resulting in various reflective qualities. Low pile rugs have short, tightly woven fibers, making them easier to keep clean and somewhat more durable. Cut and loop provide geometric patterns and marble-like textures.
After you make your carpet selection, we'll guide you seamlessly through the process, from initial on-site measurement to disposal and, finally, a quality installation. The result will be a floor that's the centerpiece of your home. To learn more, and get a free quote, come into the Town Country Carpets showroom
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