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If you’re looking to revamp your home with what you have already, then this page can help. Carpets can brighten any home, as long as they are paired with statement pieces that are already in your house. 

One of the ways to do that is matching your carpets with natural interior themes. Think plants, lighting from the sun, and wood. 

Read below to learn more!

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Key Features of Carpet

With many types of carpet to choose from, these qualities create style and distinction:

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Material

Nylon, cotton, wool and other options provide varying levels of durability to meet your needs.

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Texture

Carpet is available in a range of smooth and shaggy surfaces. With a variety of textures and carpet colors, the possibilities are limitless.

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Height

Carpet can be manufactured with varying lengths of strands for a unique look.

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Padding

The depth of a carpet’s padding offers comfort and absorbs sound.

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Matching Carpets to Natural Theme

We always say that you can go all out with colors for your home. Again, the things we mention here are not set in stone. But coordinating your carpet’s color and texture with natural/organic themes can bring out your carpet’s hidden potential.

Here are some ideas to get you started: 

Color Palette

Earthy tones  such as brown and green, are some of the colors that describe what nature is. Mix it up with neutral shades such as taupe, beige, and ivory to give your space a modern feel. 

 

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Texture

The texture of a carpet can reflect the theme of a room alone. Here are some great examples of textures that will fit the nature/organic theme. 

  1. Sisal and Jute: Characterized by their rough texture and durable nature, sisa and jute are great for high-traffic areas. 
  2. Wool: Wool is great if you’re looking for warmth and comfort in your space. It comes in different weaves (plush or flatweave). 
  3. Cotton: Light, soft, and breathable, cotton carpets can provide a more casual, laid-back look to your home’s interior.

Pattern Inspiration

Look for carpets that display motifs related to flora, fauna, or natural landscapes. You can also experiment with abstract and geometric patterns that draw inspiration from the natural world. 

Some ideas:

Type Examples
Floral leaves, flowers, branches, vines
Geometric honeycomb, hexagons, circles, triangles
Abstract watercolor, marbling, organic forms
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Carpet Types for Natural Interiors

Berber

  • Texture and Color: The looped texture of Berber carpets creates a casual, earthy feel that resonates with natural surroundings. Choose natural tones like beige, brown, or olive green to complement your organic theme.
  • Durability and Eco-Friendly: The looped construction makes Berber carpets naturally stain-resistant and easier to clean, which is perfect for high-traffic areas. Consider Berber carpets made from wool or sisal for an extra touch of organic texture and eco-friendly appeal.

Plush

  • Softness and Tranquility: Deep plush carpets evoke the feeling of soft moss or a grassy meadow underfoot, adding a luxurious layer of comfort to your natural retreat.
  • Color and Placement: Select plush carpets in calming, nature-inspired colors like sky blue, or sage green to create a sense of peace and tranquility. Reserve them for low-traffic areas like bedrooms for a touch of natural indulgence.
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Smooth Saxony

  • Clean Lines and Easy Care: Saxony carpets boast a short, even pile that creates a clean and sophisticated look. Choose colors inspired by nature, such as earthy browns, calming beiges, or soft greens, to complement your natural theme.
  • Modern Touch: For a touch of modern elegance, consider a Saxony carpet with a subtle geometric pattern in a natural color palette. This can add visual interest while staying true to your natural aesthetic.
  • Maintenance: The smooth texture of Saxony carpets makes them ideal for high-traffic areas. They are easier to vacuum and maintain, ensuring your natural haven stays effortlessly beautiful.
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Frieze

    • Texture and Functionality: Frieze carpets feature a twisted or textured pile that adds subtle visual depth and disguises dirt well. This textured quality creates a natural, organic feel underfoot.
    • Durability and Natural Fibers: The textured loops of Frieze carpets offer good durability, making them a great choice for busy family rooms or living areas. Consider a frieze carpet made from sisal for a touch of organic texture and a connection to natural materials.
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Beyond Texture: Pattern Inspiration

Move beyond solid colors and embrace patterns that echo the natural world:

  • Organic Shapes: Swirling patterns reminiscent of leaves or pebbles add subtle natural flair.
  • Botanical Delights: Look for carpets featuring delicate botanical themes like leaves, branches, or flowers in soft, natural colors.
  • Geometric Harmony: Don’t shy away from geometric patterns! Go for designs inspired by rock formations or natural structures. When crafted in natural color palettes, these patterns can add a touch of modern sophistication without compromising the natural theme.
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Carpet Design Inspiration

To inspire and fuel your creativity, here are some design ideas to inspire you to improve your home using your carpets. 

Living Rooms

The living room is a central space for relaxation and entertainment. A lush, soft-textured carpet complements elements like wooden furniture, natural fabrics, and an earthy color palette to create a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Design Ideas

  • Pair a jute or sisal rug with a linen-upholstered sofa for a truly organic feel.
  • Layer smaller patterned carpets over a neutral-toned base carpet.

Bedrooms

Carpets provide warmth and comfort in a bedroom. Choose materials and types that reflect just as that (berber, wool, plush or smooth Saxony)

Design Ideas

  • Choose a plush wool or cotton carpet with minimalistic patterns and earthy tones to complement your bed’s linen and accent pillows.
  • A soft, neutral-colored carpet placed beneath the bed can make a dramatic impact in the room, emphasizing the bed as a focal point.

Home Offices

Being productive in a home office is all about designing a space that promotes focus and creativity. Introducing natural elements such as wooden desks, houseplants, and well-placed carpets can create a soothing and inspiring work environment.

Design Ideas

  • Choose a carpet that has subtle patterns and subdued hues for a sense of calm and concentration.
  • Experiment with different shapes and sizes of carpets to define distinct zones within your home office.
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Whether you want to revamp your home or get a new set of carpets, 50Floor has got you covered. We strive to give you the best flooring installation experience from start to finish. 

So why work with us?

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  • We make it easy
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