Minimalist Room, Minimalist Carpet

Beginning in the 2000s, housing options returned to the minimalist.The swelling of the price of land and building materials every year makes us no longer able to establish or renovate the house with imperial or modern type of decorative cushion covers.

Housing services did not dare to provide the type of modern house in large numbers. The percentage of minimalist houses built larger than the modern house. Tata room also in minimalist design tailored to the size of the land area.

Minimalist room does not mean minimal decoration, especially the floor. Minimalist carpet is needed. Usually the size of the living room minimalist about 2 x 3 m, 3 x 3 m, 3 x 4 m, so that when wearing tapestry with a standard size and large will have the remaining floor is not covered by carpet.


The size of the elephant bohemian tapestry is neither square nor integer size, So there are still many open floors. It is one of the shortcomings of the rug, a size that does not fit with what we need. It’s time we turn to tile carpet (floor) or roll meter carpet to meet those needs. 

Carpet tile has been determined its size as the floor 50 cm x 50 cm.Package of tile carpet is usually 5-6 M2 in 1 box with content about 20-24 pcs (1 box = minimum purchase). So when the room we use less than 5-6 M2, then there will be the rest of the carpet is not used. 

Likewise when the room exceeds the width of 1 box package, then we must buy more than 1 box. Types of tile carpets and pillow cushion covers for sofa can be found here . For the meter / roll carpet commonly called meter run, it means the width of the carpet fix about 3.66 – 4 meters depending on the type of carpet. 

So when we want to buy carpet meter run, just calculate how long we want. If the area of ​​†<†<the room that wants to be covered with carpet meter run 3 x 4, then the length of the carpet that we buy only 3 meters (with the width of the meter carpet run 4 meters)


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