With a vast choice on offer, selecting carpet for your home can seem a little overwhelming. Which fibre do you choose? Which colour is best? Which option is family friendly? Well to help make the process easier the new exclusive Serenity Carpet Collection teams timeless style and wonderful functionality for every room of the house.
For me the two most important aspects when choosing carpet is good looks and superior durability. In a household with young children the floor has to withstand the rigours of kids who like to eat on the run, ride small vehicles in the living room and often bring the outdoors in – think dirty shoes, sand, bark, grass clipping – so a top priority is a stain-resistant carpet which is a breeze to clean.
With plenty of time spent playing on the floor it’s also important it feels great too, making the Serenity Elysium and Utopia range ideal, as it’s the toughest yet softest carpet available. Made from specifically engineered Triextra soft twist fibres, colour vibrancy is also assured, so there’s no need worry about fading.
Boasting advanced technology which creates a barrier on each fibre, spills and dirt are repelled to prevent stains, ensuring a spilt glass of Milo is a minor mishap, rather than a catastrophe. Protected by a lifetime stain and soil resistance guarantee and a 25 year residential and colourfast guarantee you can also be confident your carpet’s good looks will endure long after your children have left home.
When comparing the two, Serenity Utopia is made from denser fibres making it extra soft, yet colour may be a deciding factor with ten beautiful options in each range. For a light bright look, perfect in living areas and bedrooms, consider Inspire, Saturn and Harmony in the Elysium Range. Or for a darker look, which will create contrast when teamed with white walls, try Titan or Tranquillity.
In the Utopia range the Bliss and Heaven colourways are at home in a soft neutral scheme peppered with timber accents, while the deep grey tones of Glory and Atlantis will make a bold statement underfoot and create a cocooning effect, often sought after in master bedrooms. Whichever option you choose you simply can’t go wrong.