Carpet styles: Berber to loop pile to shag

Choosing the perfect style for your new carpeting can make everything better, from appearances to durability and everything in between. Today, we will look at three different styles we think you'll like, so read along to learn more about them.

Consider these carpeting styles today

Berber has changed a lot over the years, especially in appearance. Once a light color with dark flecks, you can now find this floor covering in extensive colors and fibers, but it is usually known for its looped pile cut.

Loop pile means that once the fibers are sewn through the carpet backing, they are not sheared, as many are, leaving a loop that creates terrific texture. That texture is also known for better stain protection, so it's an excellent choice for busy, active homes.

Shag carpet is an icon of the sixties and seventies, known for its long, unkempt fibers and outrageous colors. These days it's an excellent choice for many areas that see low to moderate traffic, creating an outstanding décor element.

When you’re ready to check out these styles for yourself, be sure to visit our showroom. We’ll make sure you find an option that matches your preferences and requirements.

Consider our carpet store for all your floor covering needs

When you need the best flooring materials and services, Redwing Custom Cabinets and Flooring is your go-to shop for it all. We encourage you to speak with our experienced and dedicated associates who are here to work with you from product selection through installation and more.

If you are a resident of Cadott, Chippewa Falls, Cornell, Eau Claire, Stanley, Thorp, or Eleva, we invite you to visit us at our showroom in Boyd, WI. There, you’ll find a wealth of materials that are sure to speak to your specific carpet floor covering requirements.