Simply stated, carpet often should be replaced every seven to ten years. Carpet is made from fabric, and like a new sofa, it’s a relatively inexpensive way to really make your home and décor fresh and new. Unlike a sofa, changing out your carpet provides an immediate refresh to your entire room – not just one part. That’s why Plum offers a 100% Online Shopping Experience to make changing your carpet very affordable and something that’s easy to do, as often as you would like to change it out.
A lot of carpets available today have a Lifetime warranty for a reason…the reality is, carpet “uglyies” out before it “wears-out”. Seldom to people follow the rigorous cleaning
requirements to maintain a Lifetime warranty. At Plum our carpets are designed to last as long as you may want them – but we realize that color pallets change, and people often want to refresh their flooring without having to break the bank.
When it comes to selecting the perfect carpet for your room’s décor, keep a few things in mind. First, homes today are decorated by the room, not the entire home at once. It’s very common (and fashion forward) to have different types of flooring in different rooms depending on the room’s functionality and design style. A lot of times customers are pressured into replacing all rooms at once…at Plum we don’t try to replace more rooms than a customer would like at one time. In fact, our products are color-infused, which means you can replace a room at a time over months or years and they will still look excellent together. Plum doesn’t just resell manufacturers seasonal collections – we provide products that are timeless and consistent.
Please check out our color offerings and order free samples today, you’ll love the way our products feel and look!
When selecting new carpet, the first big step is to determine what color will look best in your home. It’s important to mention that flooring in a home should always be nature-inspired neutral color in order to provide design flexibility. Take all the accent colors (greens, reds, blues, etc.) out of consideration. It might seem like a fun idea to decorate with accent colors, but never for your new flooring.