The right carpet material can add safety, lessen the noise, insulate a room, and enhance the soft, fluffy texture. Also, it can make flooring more durable and lustrous.
Wool- It is the most fashionable and in-demand choice that can enhance any décor, such as living room, dining, and bedrooms. It can range from $5 to $26 per square foot, slightly more expensive than other options.
Nylon- It is a budget-friendly option that is both stylish and popular among synthetic fibers. It is soft, stain and abrasion resistant, and handles wear & tear easily. It ranges ranges between $0.75 and $9.00 per square foot and gives the same aesthetic feel and soft comfort as wool.
Olefin (Polypropylene)- It comes in a wide range of colors, textures, and patterns. It costs $1–$3 per square foot, which is slightly less than most nylon carpets but more than acrylic and polyester.
Acrylic- Acrylic carpets can give you the same appearance as wool but at a far lower price of around $3–$8 per square foot. This material is not susceptible to moth damage and resists dirt, stains, static, and mildew with ease.
Polyester- It is an artificial fabric of petroleum byproducts and recycled plastic products. It is a highly stain-resistant and durable fabric and comfortable to walk barefoot. Polyester costs around $1–$3 per square foot, which is somewhat similar to Olefin carpet fabric.
Even though you choose the best material for your room’s carpet, there is still something that can hold you back from getting the right comfort, and that is “QUALITY.”