The black, gray and orange carpet square design brings life and a pop of color to this home gym. Uncovered windows let in natural light and allow the space to feel more open with a view of the outdoors. Exercise equipment is spaced out through the room leaving open floor space and a clear path to the glass lined stairs.
This gorgeous entry features cream walls, white wainscoting and a carpeted staircase. The dark hardwood flooring complements the dark wood console table. Symmetrical square wall art adds interest and color to the design.
The geometric print FLOR carpet squares freshen up the design of this fun kid's bedroom. Sconces in each bunk are controlled by individual switches so young occupants can get in late night comic book reading without disturbing nearby sleepers.
The timeline for the redesign of the room was six days, due mostly in part to the quick installation of the floor. FLOR carpet tiles were installed after the existing wall-to-wall carpet was removed along with its padding. All that was needed for installation was a utility knife with extra blades as well as an L-square.
Carpeting is one of the most versatile of all flooring options, featuring more colors and textures than any other type of flooring. When judging carpet quality, a simple rule of thumb is to ask about the density of the fibers used to make the carpet — the more fibers per square inch, the more durable the carpet.
Designers used the Flor carpet squares as a jumping off point for the space's color, bringing in a gray sofa and green armchairs to complement the carpet. A gray bench provides additional seating while keeping the room open to the entryway and dining spaces.
A fun play closet for a toddler adds a lot of visual punch to a bright nursery. The custom laminate cabinets and shelves carry out the sky orange accent from the soft carpet squares which cover the floor for a cozy play area for a little one.
This multi-purpose "do room" in HGTV Green Home 2011 includes a casual-chic seating area with two slipper chairs, upholstered in classic houndstooth print. They sit atop a carpet-square rug and a Grecian key fabric throw pillows rests on each chair. A natural wood lamp with iron stud accents and linen shade provides additional light on overcast days. A barn door, constructed of beetle-kill pine wood, separates the room from the first floor.
This captivating contemporary sofa features a high/low backrest and wood frame around the white cushion. Square patches of blue and neutral tones form the colorful carpeting. A pair of end table feature nailhead detailing over the metal legs. A red container doubles as a coffee table and compliments the throw pillows topping the sofa.
To add life to the living room, the area rug was replaced with colorful carpet squares that also added pattern to the space. The brown pillows were swapped for colorful prints picked up on the cheap from a show house sample sale. To help accommodate up to three guests comfortably, the tiny coffee table was placed into the storage space to make room for a trio of modern nesting tables. For a wallpapered look, an 8-foot-by-4-foot sheet of 3/4-inch foam board was covered with wallpaper and fastened to the wall using double-sided tape.
A jungle theme appears throughout this eclectic boy's room. The space features a contemporary white nightstand with intricate carving detail and a trio of squared mirrors on each door. A white table lamp and white animal figures on the wall and nightstand tie in the overall theme while the roman shade with black trim complements the neutral decor and allows for adjustable natural lighting.
This living room is filled with fabrics that are as practical as they are lovely to look at. The blue armchairs are upholstered in Crypton velvet. The ottoman is leather. And the rug is a custom-cut square of durable carpet.
This conference room is perfect for smaller meetings. A graphic accent wall features a detailed map, and three rolling chairs surround a small square table to provide a place for the group to meet. The carpet in shades of gray adds dimension and interest to the design.
What changed her mood and attitude: a 1986 place in Sunrise, FL, with a roomy 2,028 square feet and a sizable backyard. The dismal interior—drab wood built-ins, forest green carpet, and a big hole in the living room ceiling—didn’t put Nicole off.