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This master bedroom offers a simple, rustic but comfortable space to sleep in. The windows offer ample natural light as well as a beautiful view. Rustic furniture and fixtures are equally timeless.Source: Zillow DigsTM
Rustic dark toned large master bedroom with carpeted floor, wood ceiling, wood walls, arc wood beams and limestone fireplace.Source: Zillow DigsTM
Wall to wall carpeting in the master bedroom is timeless, attractive, and in multiple ways, it is considered preferable to the hardwood floors that are becoming increasingly popular in modern homes. Carpet lends an instant sense of comfort and coziness to the room that definitely should be the coziest room in the house.
Out of 165,175 bedrooms that were surveyed, a massive 67,945 rooms featured wall to wall carpeted flooring, the equivalent of 41% of all flooring options. This proves that no matter how trendy hardwood floors may be (a variety of which come up in second, third, and fourth in the chart below), carpeted flooring is and remains the most popular option for home bedrooms.
There are several reasons why, especially in the master bedroom, carpeting is preferable over hardwood floors, and the list includes both practical functionality as well as stunning design and décor possibilities. Throw out any intention for generic design choices with your carpeted flooring and bring on the creative and breathtaking designs for a master bedroom with carpet.
Quality Functionality of Carpeted Floors
First of all, when you first wake up early in the morning, before you’ve had your morning coffee or brushed your teeth, the last thing any human being wants to feel is an icy cold floor on their toes. Instead, the plush threads of carpet keep warm and soft on your bare feet as you pad your way to the bathroom first thing in the morning.
Additionally, a bedroom should be quiet, with muted sounds, to encourage sound sleeping and a tranquil atmosphere without constant echoes and thumping coming in from other parts of the house. Carpets do an amazing job of absorbing vibrations, especially in contrast to the echoing bounce of hardwood floors, and keep rogue noises to a minimum.
How to Choose Your Carpet
So you’ve decided on the carpet to make your large bedroom a cozy retreat, but now it’s time to choose color and style. In general terms, a neutral shade of beige, white, or brown is the most versatile and often comes at the best price for their value.
When considering a cut or leap weave style, or other carpet variations, get in touch with a carpet dealer who has a solid reputation, and he can answer your questions in terms of your exact home and specifications, so you end with the perfect match. Either way, a carpeted bedroom ensures comfort and cozy levels to keep you feeling relaxed.