Frieze (Shag) Carpet in Orange County
Many people remember shag carpet from the 1970’s – and the weave is making a comeback and we’re happy to be offering here at Pacific Kitchen Bath & Flooring. This type of carpet relies on a deep pile, or long fibers, to create the fluffy or “sheep dog” texture. These rugs feel great on bare feet, and create a dramatic statement in a room. Modern shag carpets are typically one color, which enhances the sense of soft texture in the carpet or rug.
Shag carpets are a variety of cut carpet, meaning the loops are cut after the fibers have been woven into the backing. These days, shag comes in many pile lengths, allowing people to choose a shag that works best for their room and their long-term needs in terms of care and maintenance. Long shag is the best known type of shag carpet, but short shag is about half the length of long shag, and still offers a luxurious softness. There is even a mini shag, which can look more like an extra fluffy cut carpet. Shag carpet in Orange County is especially popular, because it brings a softness to every space, from studio apartments to sprawling ranch-style homes.
For people who love shag carpet, but want something more durable for high-traffic areas, frieze carpet is a great solution. Sometimes confused with short shag, frieze carpet fibers are actually twisted, creating a knobbier appearance or texture. This style is less soft, but can withstand more use for longer. Frieze carpet in Orange County is very popular in both offices and homes.
From Carpet Installation to Full Room Renovation
Pacific Kitchen Bath & Flooring proudly offers the highest quality frieze and shag carpet Orange County residents demand. For rich, plush shag carpets, or the thinner, durable twists of frieze carpet Orange County homeowners, apartment dwellers, and office managers demand, Pacific Kitchen Bath & Flooring has an incredible selection, at the best prices around and, of course, we’re all about dealing with installation. We also, of course, offer a wide variety of laminate, tile, and hardwood flooring for other spaces.