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Carpet Styles and Textures

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saxony Saxony
A dense level-cut pile. Yarn tufts are closely packed, presenting a smooth, luxurious surface. Generally for formal settings.
saxony
plush Plush
Also a level-cut pile but with generally higher pile heights and not as dense as a saxony. Appropriate for informal room schemes.
plush
texture Texture
Curled or twisted tufts made for a textured surface that helps mask footprints. Especially suitable for less formal decors.
texture
cutloop Cut-Loop
Yarns are tufted into large islands of high cut tufts and lower loop tufts to form a sculptured pattern. Suits more informal settings.
cutloop
levelloop Level Loop
A simple loop pile with tufts of equal height. Durable construction makes it appropriate for high-traffic areas and informal rooms. Larger loops characterize berber style.
levelloop
multilevelloop Multi-Level Loop
A loop pile carpet with two or three levels of tufts forming a random sculptured surface, typically a berber style. Broad application including informal schemes.
multilevelloop
frieze Frieze
A type of textured carpet with highly twisted tufts that curl at the pile surface. Especially suitable for higher traffic areas.
frieze

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