Carpet Manufacturers Innovate Commercial Design
Floor Carpet Tiles and Broadloom In Commercial Spaces
Carpet for commercial interiors is one of the top product categories of interest for Contract magazine’s readership of professional architects and interior designers. Flooring is an instrumental part of any interior, and carpet is a versatile product that allows the designer to really control the look and feel of a space. Contract is committed to bringing our readers the latest carpet offerings from the top suppliers and manufacturers, including Shaw Contract Group, Bently, J+J Invision, Tandus Centiva, Masland, Mohawk Group, Atlas Carpet Mills, Milliken, Durkan, Karastan, Mannington Commercial, Patcraft, and Interface.
Carpet technology has come a long way, and there are many different options available such as traditional large-form broadloom carpet, to flexible modular carpet tiles and planks, available in many shapes and sizes that push the boundaries of floorcovering. From the backing to the pile type to the material composition, there is no part of the carpet manufacturing process that has not been thought out by these competitive brands. This attention to detail has produced many innovative carpet designs that suit a variety of project types where carpet systems are a smart floorcovering choice, such as offices and education settings. In additional to traditional carpet fiber dyeing methods, digital printing has increased the scope of what is possible with carpet design. It also helps to keep colors and patterns consistent across product lines. While carpet tile and broadloom are very different, they integrate well.