Let’s be honest – choosing carpet colors can be tricky. You want something that will work with your furniture and decor today...AND in ten years. For those of us who have misplaced our crystal ball, figuring out what carpet color we’ll want a decade down the road is a definite challenge.
Here are some safe bets for carpet colors that are versatile enough to work well with 2020 residential carpet trends and any new look that interior designers throw your way in the future.
Carpet Color Featured: Sand Bluff
You really can’t go wrong when you choose carpet colors that you’d find in nature. Tree bark, sandy beaches, and other gentle browns and beiges blend easily with an earth-toned decor or serve as a neutral foundation for bolder hued designs.
MyFlooring’s collection of Lifeproof carpets includes some great options that fall into this category. We love Meadow Trail, Sand Bluff, or Twig -- three neutral carpet colors that are interesting enough to pull a look together but not so bold as to steal the show from a strong design.
Carpet Color Featured: Meadow Trail
Carpet Color Featured: Dove Gray
It looks like gray carpet colors are here to stay -- it’s been such a strong contender over the past few years, and you’ll find it everywhere in design trends. Carpets are no exception, and gray carpeting is a solid choice because it works well with so many different looks.
Carpet Color Featured: Icicle Gray
Whether you go with a soft gray, like Lifeproof’s Dove Gray or Icicle Gray, or something bolder, such as Zinc Gray Plush Lifeproof carpet, you’ll find that it pairs beautifully with wood, metal, and pops of color, like a daring accent rug or vivid curtains.
Why have an entire carpet with single-color fibers when you could mix two complementary tones? We couldn’t think of a reason either!
One of the trends you’ll see in 2020 is multi-color carpeting with a subtle blend of colors that provides a sense of texture, depth, and visual interest. An added bonus is that variegated carpet also conceals stains better than a monochromatic carpet (though you won’t have to worry about that with Lifeproof’s stain-resistant fibers). Lifeproof has some great offerings in this category, and we can’t get over these three in particular:
As you can see, if you shop carpet at MyFlooring.com there’s really no crystal ball required. There are several reliable carpeting color options that offer the design flexibility you need with the super soft feel that you want.
We mean it when we say, “we want you to get comfortable with the process of buying carpet,” so we’ve eliminated the guesswork by curating our selection to offer only the top trending carpet colors. Start shopping for your new carpet now!
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