The perfect rug can complete your decor, especially with the proper carpet binding. Your rooms spring to life as you combine fiber type, color, pattern, shape, and size.
Finding out more about your binding options can give you a more comprehensive range of options. And it's worth your time to consider all the choices.
What types of carpet bindings are there?
There are three primary binding types, with sub-options in each of them. And you'll find that one will likely serve you better than the others.
If you've never seen these binding options, now is a great time to learn more. Here are the three most common area rug binding options:
- Basic binding - This option gives you an affordable choice. This method is usually carried out with binding tape in various colors.
- Serging - Serging resembles hand stitching for a rustic appeal with any rug. But, again, you'll have a range of thread color options.
- Fringing - Choose this binding method if you'll be displaying the rug for visual appeal. Colors, fringe length, and fiber options vary, and we'll help you find the best carpet binding.
Is a more expensive binding option the better choice
There's an old saying that you get what you pay for, and for the most part, it's true. But a basic and affordable binding could be enough to serve you for the life of your rugs.
Visit us for the best carpet binding
The Floor Store knows a thing or two about binding options. And we'll be happy to share all our experience and dedication with you for any size remodel.
Choose your best rug binding options today in our Phoenix, AZ, showroom location. We serve Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, and Scottsdale, and we'd like to help you too, so stop by any time you're in the area.