You'll likely hear
about carpet and vinyl remnants and their multiple uses as you shop various
flooring options. Understanding how they're used and how they can help your
project or remodel is well worth your time. Here's some information to help you
understand your options and how to use remnants to your advantage.
One of the best
ways to use remnants is to create a fantastic area rug with specifications
matching your needs. Choose the perfect carpet piece, color, fiber, shape, and
size, with customized bindings that work for every room. You can also turn
carpet remnants into runners, which work well in hallways, dining rooms, and
kitchens, adding elegance and protection where you need it most.
We also carry
other flooring remnants, which could give you enough flooring to cover specific
smaller areas or mix and match the flooring in a single room. Our vinyl
remnants include glue-down and click-together for both plank and tile.
Variety is another
excellent benefit of using remnants, which allows you to create a look that is
all your own. When combined with interesting installation layouts like chevron
or herringbone, many of these pieces can take on a stunning visual appeal.
Tile remnants may
give you the most versatility since mixing and matching these pieces is so much
easier, even in large, airy spaces. Many products offer a rustic, weathered
look and work well when matched with products that are like one another but not
exact replicas. Consider mixing colors, textures, and sizes, or use some
remnants in the main area and others to create stunning borders, accents, or