Have Fun with Custom Area Rugs!

One of the most fun ways to decorate is with custom area rugs. Rugs not only add style and softness to hardwood floors, they also define the areas of a home. The options for colors, styles, shapes and sizes for custom rugs are endless.

Hopkins Carpet One is happy to help homeowners find the right look and here are just a few ideas:

Masland

Masland is known for excellent quality in saturated colors that most mills cannot achieve. Masland offers custom area rugs, known as Infinity Rugs. With more than 130 different designs and 180 different colors, you can design a classic look or go for something that is totally unique and off-the-wall!

Stanton

Stanton is the carpet mill for classic woven designs that designers have trusted for many years to create the right size rug for any home. With the need for custom rugs increasing, Stanton has added more options and one is

Rug Revolution. Come in to Hopkins Carpet One to see this interactive way of designing a rug that feels like walking on a cloud. Basically, you buy individual squares that lay out in solids, stripes, checkerboard or random using a dozen colors to mix and match. These deep pile squares are perfect for bedrooms or sitting areas where the softness will be perfect.

Milliken

Milliken has patterned carpeting for home and commercial areas such hotels and restaurants. Homeowners are now looking for those patterns in the contemporary and global looks that create stunning rugs. Hopkins Carpet One is adding even more patterns that offer custom color combinations from this mill.

Roll Ends

Finally, our roll ends selection is yet another fun way to find an area rug. Come in to see the large variety of styles where you never know what you might find for the perfect rug of your dreams. Our local binding service can add borders and design details too.

The results are custom area rugs that will be the perfect for your home’s decor!

So when you need custom area rugs in Edina, call Hopkins Carpet One at 952-933-8944.

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