Sometimes, after having your brand new carpet flooring installed, you can find yourself with a bit of leftover carpet. You’ve already paid for this material, and don’t want it to be a waste, so what should you do with it?
One excellent option is to create custom area rugs that can serve various purposes in your home. Use them to spice up the décor or protect your floors, while upcycling what could have been a total waste.
Leftover carpet, area rugs, and more
Carpet provides amazing visuals for many areas of your home and plenty of options and benefits. Choosing a perfect fiber means you’ll get a floor covering that reaches its intended lifespan with ease, while other options can affect the performance over time.
Leftover carpet leaves many homeowners wondering what they will do with the excess of materials. Still, it could be that this is a perfect opportunity to make use of custom areas rugs. These pieces can be used in various ways to accent appearances or protect your new flooring by catching and trapping dirt and debris.
One of the best things about creating a custom area rug is that you’ll also get to choose a custom binding. We’ll use cloth tape or surging, and for extra beauty or uniqueness, consider a beautiful fringe for your new piece.
However, no matter what shape, size, or binding you choose, these pieces are an exceptional use for leftover carpeting pieces. Be sure to ask an associate for even more options and benefits when you visit us.
Need help with carpet in St. Louis?
Flooring Galaxy is located in St. Louis, MO, and proudly serves the communities of St. Louis, St. Louis County, Brentwood, Webster Groves, University City, and Kirkwood, MO. With an excellent inventory of materials and plenty of applicable services, we stand ready to meet your every flooring need.
If you need to find out more about how to make use of your leftover carpeting, be sure to visit us when you’re in the area. We’ll also discuss all the fantastic carpet binding option for those area rugs, so you’ll know you’re getting the best possible product.