No doubt about it: Carpeting adds a feeling of luxury and elegance to any home. What's more, everyone loves the warm, soft feeling underfoot, as well as the way it insulates both temperature and noise. For the upcoming year, this soft-surface floor covering is all about mixing and matching with bold, contrasting shades, bright patterns, or just adding some pops of color to the neutral background.

Color creativity

Earth tones and subtle neutrals like greige, a trend from 2021, will continue next year. They bring a feeling of calm and serenity to any design plan, essential during a time that's been pretty turbulent. Also, the earth tones fit into another trend, that of organic, rustic decor.

One of the most significant 2022 colors is yellow, so you might want to add some splashes to add a little cheer to the space. Also, consider rich jewel tones, multi-colors, fiery red hues, orange, purple, touches of black and silver, and just about any shade of green. The latter piggybacks on another craze of Biophilia which reminds us of nature with fauna and foliage, while blue and pink remind us of the sky, water, and flora.

At Quality Floors, you'll find many rug colors, ranging from the trending blue to orange, red and purple and black and silver, and more. Our carpet store also carries styles ranging from the Berber to Saxony, textured, cut-piles, patterned loops, etc. Feel free to come in to explore our inventory from brands like Mohawk, Shaw, Stanton, Aladdin Commercial, etc.
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Patterns include stripes, geometrics, hexagons, diamonds, carpet tiles and planks, and eco, hypoallergenic and pet-friendly versions.

Quality Floors, a multi-generational company, is the premier source for residential and commercial carpets in the area. Our design consultants can help you choose the right one for your space, and, remember, you can always liven it up or tone it down with one of our custom area rugs. Come into our showroom in New Holland, PA, for a free quote; we service Weaverland, Goodville, Fetterville, Hinkletown, Ephrata, Gap, Lititz, Lebanon, and Marietta.