Carpets by Rooms
Bedroom carpets, while mostly covered by the bed and other drawers and cabinets, are normally the rooms we use to get that deep luxurious carpet. This creates a wonderful feeling as you get out of bed in the morning, as it’s the first thing you feel when getting out of bed. The practical options would be a shorter tiler twist carpet, while a wool twist carpet or wool loop carpet would look better for longer. These aren’t as soft but the trade-off would be that they look better for longer in their natural shape, with the yarn returning back to its natural state much quicker. To see more about your options in a Bedroom Carpets as well as the pro & things to bear in mind when making your choice, see a more in-depth look on our Bedroom Carpets page, or click on the link below.
Sitting Room Carpets
Sitting Room Carpets or Lounge Carpets are generally a deep and more luxurious pile but that doesn’t remain true for everyone. It all depends on what you are looking to achieve in your home in terms of style, the feel, the practicality, or the texture you want in your sitting room. While the majority would say they want a softer feel in the sitting room, to get in between there toes to give them that comfort when on the floor as well, they are many more options and other issues to consider. The softer and longer the pile of yarn, the more likely it is to flatten, making it less ideal for the very busy rooms, where we walk through a lot. Wool twist carpets hold their shape better than man-made carpets, but man-made carpets are softer and easier to clean. Then you have Wool loop carpets which have a textured look and also keep their original shape well. So there is a lot to consider, and then take a look in more depth at these options on our Sitting Room Carpets Page or the link below.
Kitchen Flooring can be tricky to choose from at times. Again, weighing up all you’d like to achieve in the room against what the practical choice might well be for your home and family could be very different. Whether it’s Wood Flooring, Vinyl, Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT), or even the rare carpet that can be found in Kitchens, there are always things to bear in mind with each type of flooring, to make sure you get the right flooring for your family that will meet both the practical challenges as well as the style or feel you are looking to achieve. To make sure you get all the right advice before making your decision, see our Kitchen Flooring Page for a more in-depth look at what flooring works in Kitchen and why to help you make the best decision.
Conservatories Carpets & Flooring
With the rising amount of Conservatories being built, it’s as important as ever to have the correct flooring in your Conservatory. While the traditional type of flooring to go into Conservatories has always been hard flooring, this isn’t always the best choice for everyone. Each home will have different circumstances and a different feeling they are trying to create in the room, which will be reflected by the flooring. We walk you through the different challenges for each type of flooring in these spaces as well as what works well depending on what you are trying to achieve. See our Conservatory Flooring Page for a more in-depth look, or click on the link below.
Carpets & Flooring
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Carpet Shop in Trowbridge
V & A Carpets
V & A Carpets, 4-6 The Long Barn, Paxcroft Farm, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 6JB
Sunday - Closed
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 4pm
Saturday - 10am - 3pm