Published By nygeek at Monday, November 07th 2016 06:10:46 AM in Stairs Tips & Renovation
How to carpet stairs? It is a common question. When you have stairs, you won’t miss carpet because it is the part of it. But, many people still ignore it. They love to show their plain stair. It is surely optional but has great impact to your room design. Carpet designs are various. They have plain design to neutralize the room. It also has accentual carpet design to accomplish the room very well. This accessory makes a good game with the stairs. You don’t need to ask why carpet can make such beautiful appearance. What you need to do is enjoy it.
For you who have children, carpet stairs is used to save them from scars. When they fall down the stairs, carpet will protect their knee. At least, they will not get any seriously injured. The kind of stair that usually covered by carpet is wooden stairs. It is because wood is not hard, so the nails or other installation tools can easily applied. Now, before installing carpet stair you need to have stair. It is a must. Then choosing carpet design you want is the next thing to do. Plain carpet will enchant you with their neutrality. It will make the room simply played. It will not look too much. Various colors like red, grey and white are the alternative colors. Choose one of them then find your room beauty there.
Accentual carpet design keeps the room groovy but it is still considered about the kind of accent. Ethnic accent will give cultural experience of the room. The cute animal image or animation will cheer the stairs. Children will love it. They can jump on them.
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