Through our online recoloring tool, you can easily recolor well over a thousand unique carpet designs. The trend of personalization is getting more robust in interior design and fashion, a trend we applaud. Our Easy Recolor carpets offer exactly that, without compromising cost and lead times. For each recolor you make online, we can ship you a personalized sample within five days. If you decide to move forward, your order will ship from our factory within three weeks from the order date. Speed and customization go hand in hand with this concept.
The selection of carpet designs is segmented into several categories, such as Nature or Arts & Crafts. For more neutral and minimal patterns, the Essentials theme has several very sophisticated options. On top of that, we offer a Classic theme with some traditional carpet and rug designs, such as paisleys and Persian rugs. For bolder carpets, the Graphic theme gathers many highly graphic designs. Additionally, we offer designer collections in collaboration with, for example, Tom Dixon and Mr. Christian Lacroix. If you are looking to specify carpet tiles, we recommend visiting our dedicated tile page with tile-specific easy recolor designs.
As part of the customization of your carpet pattern, you can not only select your own colors. You are also able to customize the carpet construction. We offer cut pile and loop pile options, as well as a selection of nylon, Axminster type blends, and 100% recycled nylon. Any of the easy recolor patterns are available as a commercial area rug, with a large selection of binding options. The recoloring option is still available, even for one-off area rugs.
1. Select CARPET DESIGN
Make your selection from one of the “easy recolor” carpet patterns. We have options in commercial broadloom and carpet tiles. All collections which you can customize are listed below.
2. CLICK RECOLOR
On the detailed page of each pattern you will find a button “recolor this pattern” to start the process.
3. GET SAMPLES In 5 DAYS
Send the pdf of your recolor to one of our team members and they will organize a sample in a construction that fits your project budget. All offered products are commercial grade carpet.
To assist you with your interior design inspiration, we have created material boards that feature recolored carpet patterns from our easy recolor program. All interior design materials featured on these palettes are contract grade, and nearly all are available on the Material Bank platform. Check them out and get your interior design project jumpstarted.
All featured carpets are available as easy recolor and have a low minimum order quantity of 5 sq yard. This makes these designs even available for a one-off area rug order.
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As part of our mission to be your source for fun, fresh and innovative inspiration we are launching a moodboard ideas board. Twice per week we will post a full