Should you have carpet in your bedroom?
While there are several flooring options for bedrooms, carpet is a popular choice for many reasons. Carpet creates a warm, soft and quiet base in a room where you are often barefoot. For allergy sufferers cut wool carpet pile is easy to clean and synthetic fibres are non-shedding.
While some may believe that hard flooring is cleaner for asthma and allergy sufferers, in fact there is no conclusive proof that carpets create a less hypoallergenic environment. Regular vacuuming with a HEPA filter is recommended for carpets in the bedrooms of asthma or allergy sufferers.
What types of carpet are soft?
At Carpet Court you will find a huge range of beautifully soft wool carpets which are always a popular choice for bedroom floors.
We know that wool carpets have a natural softness and that synthetic fibres tend to be known for their excellent ability to resist wear and tear as well as their stain resistance, colour fastness and resilience. But did you know that innovative technological advancements mean that synthetic carpets are now also delightfully lush and comfortable underfoot?
Consider the beautifully soft Silk Essence carpet available in a luxuriously deep twist pile carpet made from easy-to-clean Triexta. The plain colours provide a solid base from which to create a sumptuous and stylish décor which makes this a popular choice for bedroom floors.