Wall-to-wall carpeting sometimes gets a bad rap, but there are many things about it to love. It's all soft and luxurious when you get out of bed in the morning, and muffles the sound of you walking across the room. It's also pretty affordable as opposed to hardwood floors, and lasts quite a while if you take care of it. If you're not convinced yet, maybe these nine rooms will sway you over to the fiber side.
Above, London restaurateur Werner Hugo’s guest room is a beautiful palette of green and neutral with a brownish purple carpet down below.
The super soft knotted wool gray carpet adds to the casual and refined feel in this Australian home from Mim Design.
Nubby carpet is just one of the many textures happening in this bedroom from 100 Layer Cake.
This bedroom from Inside Out Magazine is the picture of relaxation with all white decor that's a welcome respite from the hot Australian sun.
Dark carpet grounds this elegant Australian bedroom designed by Mr. Mitchell Home Design.
And lest you think that all carpet is neutral, check out this mustard baby in John Coolidge's renovated mid century home.
Not to mention this pretty pink from the appropriately named Living Pink design studio. It's light and airy and feels like total luxurious glamour.
And on a completely opposite end of the spectrum is this Spanish loft apartment from Nuevo Estilo, whose rough bedroom carpet befits the industrial space.