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Thread: Rugs or Carpet?

  1. #11
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    My favorite carpet shop is Hong Fu Textile and Store because they have lots of designs available and the prices are reasonable. You can find them at Joo Chiat Complex.

  2. #12
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    Definitely, carpet. Carpet provides classy look and also it's easy to clean. Just contact some carpet cleaner sydney and your carpet is new again.

  3. #13
    We visited our house back in Denver last week, I think we seriously need to clean that. However, the floors, steps, windows are in best conditions but the carpet is not really. Actually, it was thrown somewhere in the storeroom by the tenants, and now since we will be moving back so looking someone to help us out!

  4. #14
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    there is no any rungs on carpet.

  5. #15
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    It seems to me that if you buy the carpet and the rug, then your living room or bedroom will look better. I found a portal on the Internet with interesting articles about home decoration, it seems to me that I have never before noticed how small things make a room cozy and pleasant. Now I have a new tablecloth, I replaced the curtains and bought new decorative pillows. It made my room more new, the look changed a bit and it helped me to update the interior.

  6. #16
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    Actually it completely depends on which one you prefer most and feel comfortable. Again both rugs and carpet have advantages and disadvantages too with their own features. Like none of two is not hassle free cleaning. I personally like carpet as I find it with a large variation in color and look.

  7. #17
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    Foot traffic is a key element when considering rug texture. If this is a heavily used room, like a living room, or if pets are involved, you might want to consider an all-wool rug, sisal, or a cotton flatweave as these can take a good beating.

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    Personally I would visit carpet shops Capalaba in the area and take a look for myself.

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