What room is best for a saxony carpet?
There are so many styles and types of saxony carpets that it can be used anywhere in your home – including your stairs, hallway, living room and bedrooms. However, due to the pile depth and softness, saxony carpets are often chosen for areas of the home where you want to add a bit of luxury, such as bedrooms and living rooms. Pop into a Tapi store and brush your hand over the carpet to feel exactly how soft a saxony carpet is for yourself. (Don’t worry - the Tapi Team are used to people stroking our super soft carpets, it’s perfectly normal behaviour to us.)
Pros and Cons of saxony carpet
Still wondering whether or not saxony carpet is right for you? Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of having a saxony carpet.
- Provides additional warmth to homes.
- The deep pile adds a sense of luxury and softness.
- Classic look that never goes out of style.
- Very durable in the right conditions.
- Tends to show footprints and vacuum tracks. Although many of us love that ‘just vacuumed’ pattern!
- Due to the deep pile nature of saxony carpets they can flatten over time, especially in heavy use areas.
As with any flooring material, there are quite a few different pros and cons to consider when deciding if saxony carpet is right for you. If you’re looking for more information or want to take home a couple of samples, stop by one of our stores to chat with our amazing carpet experts. Or why not order some samples online and have them delivered straight to your door?
How much does saxony carpet cost?
Saxony carpet prices can vary, as it depends on the choices you make when it comes to colour, quality, design, material, and width. We have a wide range of saxony carpets available for every budget starting from our cheapest saxony carpet at £10.99 per m2 and with fitting £5.30 per m2, costing less than £200 to carpet a small 3x4 metre room (not including underlay, door bars, and grippers). Have a look at our collection of saxony carpets online, or head to your nearest Tapi store to get a quote for your space. Alternatively, you can find out more about other styles of carpets
, such as woven
and berber loop carpets
, to find the perfect style for you.