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Office carpet, our full guide in selecting the right choice for your project

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Selecting the best carpet for your office can be as exciting and inspirational as choosing art for the walls. It can make as much, if not more, impact on the space.

Today’s office carpet comes in various textures, designs, and styles that will elevate your office and bring dimension and intrigue into the rooms. Choosing carpet over other flooring options has many positive benefits, which is why it’s the top choice for office-based businesses. Benefits include,

  • A multitude of design choices
  • Absorbs and improves sound in an open space
  • Supplies insulation to stabilize interior temperatures
  • Lower noise level than hard floor options
Design Possibilities

Office carpet can be so much more than functional. It can be an essential design choice that says something important about your business. With countless design possibilities including, color, shape, texture, design, your company’s voice will be heard. You can have color choices from light to dark. Surfaces that include smooth, heathered, rippled, or plush. Different shapes vary from square, plank, or hexagon shapes. Also, with new technology, it is even possible to have custom designs and patterns for smaller workplace projects.

Types of Carpet

Traditionally, commercial office carpet is a short cut or loop pile carpet intended to handle high traffic volumes well and perform for many years, but there are many types to explore. Flat weave carpets are one of the biggest emerging trends in workplace design. These minimal Scandinavian products are the perfect blend between hard surface and soft surface flooring.

Carpet Pile

Carpet pile refers to the carpet fibers’ density and length. The pile starts very short and sparse and ranges up to thick and or long fibers. Low pile carpet is an interior designer’s dream because it allows the most creativity from a design perspective, and it’s ideal for most offices. It also enables easy movement of furniture and chairs and is a low-risk tripping hazard.

Wall-to-wall Carpet

Also known as broadloom, wall-to-wall carpet is the most common type. It is mass manufactured in large rolls and can be designed to specifications, with creative usages such as imagery or even logos.

Carpet Tiles

Carpet Tiles are a versatile choice that can be an inexpensive, fast, and creative solution. They come in many patterns, shapes, and styles designers can place in various ways. It’s also easy to replace one tile at a time, if needed, extending the carpet’s life.

Needle Punched

Needle punched carpet is an assembly of compacted synthetic fiber webs interlocked using barbed felting needles, like how corduroy is made. This carpet’s durability is low, but moisture-wicking construction makes it a good choice for wet areas.


In this style, loops of yarn form the pile as it’s pulled through a backing material then sheared to create a smooth cut-pile surface. Tufted carpets are affordable and have a simple installation process, but they lack the quality needed to accommodate heavy office traffic.


Looped carpet, or Berber-style, is a looped construction instead of sheared fiber. Loops can be of varying heights and design, but most office spaces tend to choose a level loop of the same size to minimize the potential for snagging or trips.


Quality materials such as wool are using when making woven carpets. Fibers are wound and locked in place with horizontal strands giving them strength, durability, and longevity. What’s more, like a fine wool coat, this carpet’s look and feel are more luxurious than other options.

Office carpet is an essential interior design consideration. Use it to tell a story in a way that invites interest and sets a tone that represents your business best.

It is no secret that Paris has been the capital of fashion since the seventeenth century. The city has been the playground for prestigious designers and couture brands like Chanel, Dior, and Saint Laurent. Today the Parisian style is not only an aesthetic choice but a philosophy. It embraces elegance, timelessness, and slow responsible fashion. The focus is on the cut and the quality of the materials. No fluff or excessiveness with a less is more approach. And what better way to understand Parisian fashion than to visit a museum dedicated to it.

For more than 70 years, the house has been crafting magical couture pieces in their atelier at 30 Avenue Montaigne in Paris. Christian Dior has made this location a legendary address since the first collection in 1947. Behind its new flagship, the House of Dior inaugurates a permanent exhibition in an extraordinary gallery, independently of its boutique. Mr. Dior wanted to be an architect; the building and the museum pay him a beautiful tribute today.

The staging is astonishing. A circular staircase at the entrance showcases 452 dresses and 1,422 accessories, all 3D printed. Bags, shoes, perfumes, and small objects: so many testimonies of the Dior style materialized to elaborate this Diorama.