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Mingled Dark Grey
Sold out -25%
Mingled Dark Grey

₹1,999.00 ₹2,699.00

Salt N Pepper
-25%
Salt N Pepper

₹1,999.00 ₹2,699.00

Fused Silver Beige
-25%
Fused Silver Beige

₹1,999.00 ₹2,699.00

Fused Beige
-25%
Fused Beige

₹1,999.00 ₹2,699.00

Piebald Melange
Sold out -25%
Piebald Melange

₹1,999.00 ₹2,699.00

Mosaic Gray Blue

₹282,745.00

Mosaic Crimson Azure

₹249,564.00

Mosaic Silver Blue

₹282,745.00

Paradise Soft Gold

₹282,745.00

Stony Pathway

₹283,920.00

Misty Nebula

₹283,920.00

Cordial Hustle

₹283,920.00

Astral Muddle

₹283,920.00

Transcendental Smog

₹283,920.00

Jade Marble

₹283,920.00

Abridge Medley
luxury
Abridge Medley

₹283,920.00

Glory Earth

₹121,177.00

Glory Faded Denim

₹121,177.00

Glory Multi Blue

₹121,177.00

Abstract Blue Multi

₹121,177.00

Abstract Multi

₹121,177.00

Vayu Ivory Multi

₹282,828.00

Paradise Teal

₹282,828.00

Mosaic Beige Multi

₹282,828.00

Carpet Textures: A Beginner’s Guide

The carpet might have a bad name, especially if it has the imprints of those who lived on it before you. Nobody wants to move into a house or apartment where the carpet is soiled. However, if you're replacing your home's flooring, carpet may be a highly practical, cost-effective, and, yes, even appealing solution. Bedrooms, playrooms, and even comfortable nooks or living spaces benefit from carpeting. If you're thinking of placing carpet in your house, it's crucial to know all of your texture options, because there are a lot of them. There is an acceptable carpet texture for practically every part of your house, whether you want something soft and fluffy under your bare feet before bed or something more sturdy where a lot of kids and animals will pass through. Continue reading for an in-depth look at the most prevalent carpet textures, as well as the benefits and drawbacks of each.

Types of Carpet Texture

Let's take a look at how carpet is made before we get into texturing. Carpet is created by looping yarn around a backing material repeatedly in the same way that a needle and thread would. Nylon is the most common yarn used, as it is a soft and durable material, however, carpets can also be constructed of polyester or wool. The length of the loops of yarn, any change in the arrangement they're in, whether they're tightly twisted or looser, and whether the loops are cut or left intact, or a combination of both, define the look and feel of the carpet overall—a.k.a. its texture.

  • Level Loop Pile - Textured carpets with level loop piles feature uncut loop piles that form a tight overall texture with no particular pattern or variety. The carpet is less soft due to the tight loops, but it won't reveal footprints or vacuum marks, making it a good choice for high-density areas.
  • Berber - Berber texture carpets come in a variety of styles, but the most common is a flat loop pile composed of thicker yarn in a neutral tone with specks of colour. It's long-lasting and ideal for high-traffic areas, and the colour diversity helps cover dirt and stains.
  • Cut Loop Pile - For its longevity and the fact that it's an excellent middle-of-the-road solution for places with both light and heavy foot activity, this sort of textured carpet is extremely popular. The loops are cut uniformly and at a modest height, making this carpet texture smooth while yet holding its shape. Changing the density of the pile and the amount it is twisted can somewhat modify the feel of this type of carpet; plush or velvet carpets, which are ideal for more formal and less-trafficked settings, also come into this category.
  • Saxony - Another form of cut-loop carpet is Saxony, which has longer pile extents and is more profound and soft. The densely packed, twisted piles in this more formal carpet texture stand straight up. They quickly reveal tracks and footprints due to their height and uniform orientation, making them a useful alternative only for low-traffic areas.
  • Friezé - Friezé is similar to Saxony in that it has a longer cut loop pile, but the tightly twisted piles lie in numerous directions, giving it a less uniform appearance. The carpet remains thick and soft, yet it works well in high-traffic areas since footprints and vacuum tracks do not disturb piles that are all facing the same way. Friezé piles are termed shag carpets when they reach a specific length.

Shop Carpet Texture Online From Villedomo And Enjoy Benefits

Do you want to renovate your house, workplace, or any other business space? Contact Villedomo's crew. We will respond within 24 business hours, and our in-house design staff will assist you with rug selection and interior decor. 

Villedomo is an online rug and carpet marketplace. We provide a diverse selection of items, ranging from traditional Persian to contemporary styles.

We have been in business for over 20 years and deliver high-quality items to our consumers. We provide you with a plethora of carpets under one roof in a wide range of designs, styles, colours, textures, weaves, sizes, and materials, allowing you to choose the one that best suits your personality and preferences. We also customise carpets to your specifications, whether you want a single rug or a collection. We take pride in being first to market, delivering joy to your doorstep by being the one, single platform that prides itself on marketing innovation, delivering delightful customer experiences by offering best-in-market carpets and rugs at delightfully affordable pricing. You can now order your favourite rugs and carpets from the comfort of your own home with the touch of a button. Our Villedomo Live View feature allows you to visualise a product in the space where you want to place the rug. It's time to get used to augmented reality.

We offer a 5-day return policy, which means you have 5 days to request a return after receiving your product. If you have any questions about returns, please contact us at customercare@villedomo.com.

Various carpet textures can be made by mixing heaps of various lengths or even cut and unbroken loops in both cut and loop piles. In a single-colour carpet, this is often done to produce a noticeable geometric pattern, such as stripes, diamonds, or anything else.