The most common binding uses a binding tape or fabric to create a simple edge. However, some homeowners make these very thick to achieve a specific look for the room. And others prefer custom rugs with a thinner, less noticeable edge for their carpets.
Serging is another form that looks more like hand binding. This method uses a thread or cord wrapped around the edging in a beautiful variety of colors. These bindings are often used on pieces for placement in more formal spaces.
Fringe binding is a decorative method that leaves pieces of thread or fiber. These pieces vary in length, color, and style, with some resembling a hand-knotted work. These pieces are reserved for areas with less traffic and fewer vacuuming requirements.
If you have more questions about your carpet binding, feel free to ask. We're here to ensure the best results for your need. And we'll make sure your bindings are everything you need them to be.
At Texas Designer Flooring, we take great pride in our rug binding services and custom work. We offer an excellent selection of materials for your convenience. And we'll work with you from start to finish for complete satisfaction.
When you're ready for your area rug binding, visit our Fort Worth, Azle, or Keller, TX showrooms. From there, we serve Fort Worth, TX, Azle, TX, Aledo, TX, White Settlement, TX, Burleson, TX, Arlington, TX, Grand Prairie, TX, Mansfield, TX, Grapevine, TX, and Benbrook, TX. Stop by whenever you're in the area.