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Borders Carpets | Edge zones Carpets
Individual borders lend every room a plain elegancy! Individual carpets made around a favourite carpet can be as easy or as spectacular as you imagine. To create an unanticipated look or feel, use either leathers or suedes and include a flower with a pinhead finishing. Wall carpets give the whole an elegantly touch.
Paint canvases, velvets and many types of fabrics can be used to make a unique, individual edging carpet. Edgings that look like a chimney give each room an individual, classy look. Our speciality is creating borders for carpets! Tapestries are also ideal as borders for individual carpets! Rug Rats prides itself on the elegance of the individual edging carpets and logomats we make.
Carpets and rugs are handmade and are designed entirely individually. Offers and free samples are available for all our carpets in the special area - please call us today at 434-392-7068 or email Rug Rats for more information.
Options for all carpet border areas
Some ways exist, such as drawing or upgrading a item of seating, but the simplest way is to just add a new carpet. A carpet area is a smart way to alter how your room not only looks, but also tastes. There are many different edging possibilities and combination possibilities available to refine carpets for individual areas.
It is an example of a Bound Area Rug. This is usually the simplest and most cost-effective way to refine a rug edging. Tying the edges of a rug includes wrap around the cloth stripe (generally consisting of either wool or polyester) around the edges of the rug and sewing in place.
Here is an example of a Serged Custom Area carpeting. Serving is similar to a thick fibre wound around the rim of the mat. It' often assumed that it offers a higher quality look than a bond. Topsitching means that the yarn is seen on the top of the weave and the front of the mat.
In contrast, dummy stapling means that the yarn is concealed and not seen on the front of the carpet. On the image the upper carpet is an example of Topitching with Geered Corners and the lower carpet shows Blindsitching with Geered Corners. An example of a carpet with top-stitching and boxed corners.
An example of a surface carpet with blind stitch and mitre corners. An example of an area carpet with a blindstitch mitre corner.