Flooring is the foundation of any beautiful room. Start with a great Texture Carpet and rest will fall into place! The manufacturing of carpet- which can be described as sewing strand of yarns into a backing material- creates thousands of yarn loops. When these loops are tufted and left uncut, they are loop carpets. When all of the tufted loops are cut, the result is a “texture”, often called a cut pile or plush. You can have variations of traditional textures depending on the length of the yarn, the twist in the yarn and the height. Saxony’s refer to lower, smoother finishes while Frieze often mean a twisty, medium height that creates a less formal but perfect foundation for a variety of settings. When we talk about Texture Carpets we usually refer to the way the fiber is attached to the backing. And when it comes to Textured carpet, it is described as a carpet that has a cut pile. Texture carpets have fibers with uneven lengths that create a fuller, more textured surface. Textured Carpets are one of the most popular types of carpets because of the way they are made- the cut pile process combined with uneven and/or twisted fibers which makes them both extremely hard wearing and less likely to show up dirt, tracks or dents.