Hottest Flooring Trend is Green Frieze Carpeting

The newest trend in carpeting is all about texture, and home buyers either love it or hate it. The popular frieze (pronounced fre-zays) carpeting is a semi-shag, twisted yarn carpeting rumored to be named after the curly haired lap dog breed, Bichon Frisé.

Frieze Carpet Named After Bichon Dog  Frieze Carpet FYI

Frieze carpeting compliments all types of existing flooring. The carpet is great in high traffic areas because it will not show footprints and dirt as with other styles of carpet making it a good choice for investment properties. The texture is also very forgiving, easily hiding floor imperfections. Eco-friendly frieze carpeting is woven using an innovative 80% bamboo fiber / 20% cotton yarn blend with a 100% cotton backing. Another positive attribute of the green carpet alternative is the feel – softer and silkier than shag carpeting made of wool, cotton, or synthetic fibers. The price tag is cheaper than silk too! Friezes can also be found made with dye created from an eco-friendly solution that saves water. For a perfect marriage of trendiness, earth friendliness, and durability – choose frieze carpeting!

About the Author…
This Green Frieze Carpeting article was provided by Christina Asad Edwards, a Nationally recognized Realtor and investor with tons of home remodeling experience. Christina can be reached via email at Christina.Asad@RealLiving.com or by cell phone or text message at 937-205-4741. Christina has helped thousands of people move in and out of the Dayton Ohio area and other Southwest Ohio towns. For Ohio real estate and homes see Dayton Ohio Real Estate.

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