Berber Carpet: A New Look to Your Home

The history of Berber carpets started in North Africa, where they were handmade by Berber tribes. One of the great things about Berber carpets is that they come in both traditional and modern styles. They can be distinguished based on knitting patterns and fabric textures.

Berber Carpet

A majority of modern Berber carpets come in a loop structure. This type of carpet flooring usually contains small flecks of dark color on lighter background colors resembling a natural, undyed version of traditional carpets. Berber carpets are a popular choice for homemakers. They are available in a range of colors.

There are many other types of carpet flooring, such as:

1. Cut pile

2. Woven carpets

3. Loop piles

Some different types of cut pile carpet flooring include:

1. Saxony carpets

2. Frieze carpets

3. Twist carpets

4. Velvet carpet

5. Shag pile carpets

Berber carpets have been becoming more popular lately. The fibers in Berber carpet flooring are durable, luxurious and provide cushioning. They also come in different designs for homemakers to choose from. These carpets work well in high traffic areas and all other types of rooms. Some love traditional designs and others like modern Berber carpet designs.

Berber carpets are also stain resistant, making them a good choice for homes with children. The material is soft and smooth. Heavier Berber carpets give off a thicker and plusher feel, while light-weight options can feel a little rougher.

Berber carpets do not fray over time. Berber carpets provide a more traditional look than other types of carpet flooring. Express Flooring has a large selection of modern Berber carpets for you to choose from. If you give us a call today, we can set up a free in-home estimate to see how much it would cost to have carpet flooring installed in your home.

Berber Carpet: A New Look to Your Home was last modified: April 25th, 2017 by Jason Valasek