When installing new carpeting in your home, choosing the right color is a bit of an art form. The color should work well with your personal style and design aesthetic but also be versatile enough to transition with you when you retire your Mid-Century Modern style for the next big trend.
Picture this: you wake up from a restful night’s sleep and swing your bare feet off the bed and onto fresh, soft, plush carpet, ready to take on the day. Name a better feeling. We’ll wait. Read on to find out what makes soft carpet so...well, soft.
If you’ve fallen in love with the idea of luxury vinyl plank (LVP) flooring for your home, then you’ve probably already heard about how easy it is to install. When compared to hardwood, tile or carpet, LVP definitely is one of the easier types of flooring to install, thanks to its click-lock installation method. But is it really an installation you should try to do yourself?
If you love the look of hardwood flooring but hate the headaches that come with its maintenance and installation, it’s time to consider an alternative like laminate or luxury vinyl plank (LVP) flooring. Both laminate and LVP are durable, affordable, attractive and come in just as many unique styles as hardwood. They’re also easy to install and require little effort to keep them looking new, even after years with kids, pets, parties and more.
With Thanksgiving and the winter holidays right around the corner, it’s time to start prepping your home for family gatherings and holiday parties. But before you pull down those boxes of holiday decorations from the attic, take a look at your flooring. When trying to make your home beautiful and welcoming to visitors, the first step is considering their first steps through your door!
If you’re thinking about installing new carpeting, your first question will be how much it costs. The short answer is that the average homeowner pays $2 to $8 per square foot for new carpet, with anywhere from an extra $0.50 to $3 per square foot tacked on for installation. The long answer? Well, it depends. Let’s break it down so you know exactly what you’ll be paying for when you buy new carpet.
Think you have to choose between soft, beautiful carpet and Fido? With Plum’s durable fibers and stain-resistant technology, you can throw that old way of thinking out your beautiful, plant-filled window.
When was the last time you bought new carpet? If you’re like most people, it was about ten years ago, or maybe never! So don’t worry if the carpet buying process seems a little intimidating and you have no idea how to get an installation quote, you’re in good company. Few people can say they’re carpet buying experts, which is where we come in. Your friends at Plum are here to help you get an instant, no-hassle, no-confusion carpet installation quote with our By the Room pricing.
When on the hunt for the best carpet, you’ve probably already decided the colors you’re looking for and imagined the plush feel of it beneath your feet. Maybe you’ve even put together mood boards so you’re ready to redesign your whole space. But before you go out to find the perfect carpet for your home, do you know the right questions to ask the carpet retailers to make sure you get a seamless installation and the best price?
The ideal house flip should be quick, efficient and with the biggest profit for the lowest possible expense. At least, that’s what all those house flipper shows have taught us, but once you see a pre-flipped home in person, you’ll know the perfect house flip is way easier said than done! You can’t always predict what unique problems you’ll encounter when renovating a house, but you can at least make sure you have the best chance of success with these tried-and-true, low-budget strategies that will help you get the most out of your next flip.
There’s something special about the look of hardwood floors— they’re classic, they look great with any design, and they bring a gorgeous natural element into any space. The one major downside of hardwoods, though, is their price tag! Luckily, there’s good news for all the budget-conscious wood floor lovers out there: luxury vinyl plank (LVP) flooring has come a long way in replicating the look and feel of hardwood floors at a significantly lower price.