Some patterns complement specific furniture styles. The Art Deco style is enhanced with geometric patterns. Scrolling floral patterns similar to those found in antique European or Oriental rugs are wonderful carpet accents in a traditional, formal décor. Simple, clean lines in the carpet highlight modern furniture. Patterns and design take some thought. A space with fabric, walls, and carpet having wild designs that compete with each other do not work. Patterns should work together. If the primary fabric of a room has bold print, a simple pattern such as a diamond or check works well. A large-scale carpet pattern pairs best with smaller patterns for other design elements. Carpet with floral designs should not be used with competing floral patterns. Window treatments and furniture with solid, stripes, or small prints are suggested. The favorite carpet patterns and colors of today include geometric patterns; florals that are pretty, soft, and lightweight in scale; and beautiful shades of lavender, silver, and gray, as well as rich, smoky blues, gold, and black. Many customers insist on green choices of carpet. Environmentally-friendly options are available in a variety of styles that suit many different looks. Stylish carpet is not limited to the interior of a home. There is a variety of high-style patterns and textures for use outdoors. In addition to the style they provide, the outdoor carpet is durable and weather resistant. It can be cleaned using a hose.
Customers from North Ridgeland Hills, Colleyville, Fort Worth, Southlake, and Keller have chosen carpet from Masters Flooring based upon color, pattern, or texture. It is amazing how carpet can meet the needs of so many different people.