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Purchasing Quality Commercial Carpeting for a Country Club and What To Know

Hospitality Carpet has a higher aesthetic standard to meet.

Members are often entertaining a client, business associate, or friend following a round of golf and they naturally expect their surroundings to be tasteful and even casually elegant. Complicating that is the fact that, like most commercial enterprises, the carpeting in a country club is going to receive a relatively high volume of foot traffic. Mix with that the food and drinks being served and you have a lot of considerations.  So how do you begin in your search to purchase for the perfect carpeting for the hospitality or country club setting?  

Hospitality Carpet

  Process of elimination

 Carpeting a commercial area with an Olefin fiber carpet is not a good idea since it does not tend to perform well in areas with high foot traffic. Olefin is undeniably less expensive than nylon fiber carpeting, but if it's not going to stand up over time, and you'll end up having to re-carpet sooner, are you really saving money? The other type of commercial carpeting is nylon, which
is better for high-traffic areas that are also likely to be occasionally subjected to soiling from food and drink. (It's easier to clean nylon carpeting, especially when it's been treated for stain resistance).


Narrowing the Field

Having established that nylon is the best choice, you're now left to decide on pile choice. Level loop has small loops, and cut pile is short and plush. Each has its advantages, and while cut pile works best in an office setting, loop style and cut-pile perform best in high-traffic areas. 

Bloomsburg Carpet is always looking to provide faster service without sacrificing quality, leading us to equip our looms with modern jacquard abilities. This update grants the end user the capability to make unlimited design pattern choices.

Gripper-Jacquard Axminster looms provide color flexibility of up to 12 colors.  This gives the axminster weave great versatility, thereby making it one of the best options for hotels and hospitality contract carpeting.

Hospitality Carpet

Front dining area in the evening at Jean Georges Perry St restaurant in NYC

Determining the Area

When measuring a large space for new carpeting, it's best to round-up to the nearest foot so that you're not short on the amount of carpet needed. Better to have some scraps than to not have enough!

Complete your purchase with Confidence

  • Regardless of your budget, buy the highest quality commercial carpet you can afford and consider it an investment in your business that will last longer than less expensive, lower-quality alternatives.
  • Bear in mind that while style and appearance are quite important, they are secondary to durability in a country club or hospitality setting that gets both heavy foot traffic and exposure to spills.
  • Bear in mind that solid colors with flecks hide soil better than carpets that are completely uniform in color. Pattern also helps to hide soil, but stay away from dark colors, which will show lint, especially in a space with large windows overlooking a golf course!


Bloomsburg is the only mill in this country manufacturing all three weaves; Axminster, Velvet, and Wilton. all under one roof, thus offering its clients a great deal of flexibility. The design studio also continues to challenge technology by creating innovative patterns and weaving structures that correspond with currents trends. Because of our strict adherence to only top quality standards, Bloomsburg manufactures exclusively woven carpets. Our stock lines include wools, wool/nylon blends, and 100% nylons.

Bloomsburg Carpet is the leading manufacturer of quality commercial hospitality carpeting that is made in the USA! Contact us today to find a dealer near you!


Bloomsburg Carpet is proudly woven in the U.S.A.



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Luxury Underfoot: Why Carpet Beats Hard Flooring in the Bedroom

Few things feel more luxurious than stepping across plush carpet on bare feet. It's like a pillow for your toes! Carpeting your bedroom may be one of the best design decisions you'll make in terms of creating a luxurious and comforting bedroom.

Carpet for the Bedroom.

Aside from the sensory pleasure of a carpeted bedroom floor there are other reasons for choosing carpet for your bedroom. Quality carpeting makes a smaller bedroom seem more expansive, muffles noise, and creates a sense of luxury that's fitting for the room whose main purpose is to help you feel relaxed and ready for sleep. Let's take a closer look at a few reasons it makes sense to carpet the most personal space in your home …

Carpeting Helps Keep Noise to a Minimum

Carpeting has sound-insulating qualities that makes it the ideal flooring choice for second-floor bedrooms. It helps keep noise from night-owls on the floor below from bothering you. In fact, many condo by-laws require carpeting for just that reason — sound travels, and carpet absorbs much of it.

Wall-to-Wall Carpeting Makes a Bedroom Feel Cozy

If you live in a climate that has cold winters, you want all the coziness you can get, and nothing makes a bedroom feel cozier than a carpeted floor. Add its insulating qualities and you've got a room that not only looks cozy, but feels warm and cozy too!

Bedroom Carpet

Carpeting Can Add Texture to a Neutral Room

Monochromatic color schemes are great for bedrooms because they're so calm and restful looking. But in order to keep a one-color room from being boring, it's important to introduce texture and tonal variations. The right carpeting can do both.

Carpeting Feels Great

Imagine stepping out of bed in the morning and sinking into cloud-like softness rather than something cold and hard. Installing plush carpeting in the bedroom can let you experience that feeling every single morning. Use good quality padding to multiply the effect and extend the life of your carpeting.

Carpeting is Luxurious

One of the reasons hotels use carpeting is because it makes their rooms feel more luxurious. The fact that it's hard to find a hotel that doesn't use carpeting in its rooms is no accident!

If you're considering carpeting your own bedroom, a baby nursery, or guest room, consider the vast array of styles offered by Bloomsburg Carpet, Inc., weaving fine carpeting with time-tested American craftsmanship and quality for nearly four decades. We're proud to be known for being the only carpet mill weaving WiltonAxminster, and Velvet luxury carpet under the same roof.

Contact us today to find a Bloomsburg Carpet dealer near you!

To check out more Bloomsburg Carpet designs, please visit our website to see all Silver Creek, Tuva Looms & Bloomsburg Carpet offerings and to find an Agent or Dealer in your area. 

Bloomsburg Carpet is proudly woven in the U.S.A.



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Say Hi to a New High-Speed Loom at Bloomsburg Carpet!

You can't spell Bloomsburg Carpet without "Looms"

Bloomsburg Carpet is proud to announce the addition of a new high speed Axminster loom, the first of its kind to be installed in the U.S.A. Bloomsburg Carpet has had the privilege of supplying American made Axminster to some of the most prestigious installations across the country. This new loom will continue the Bloomsburg Carpet tradition of weaving the highest quality carpet right here in the U.S.A.
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Axminster carpet has long been the hospitality carpet of choice for a variety of installations, ranging from hotels and casinos, to country clubs and theaters. Our in-house design team offers a wide range of patterning and color options, creating amazing custom carpets for any space.
To check out some of Bloomsburg Carpet's past hospitality carpet and other installations click here

To find out more about our high end carpet and to check out more Bloomsburg Carpet designs, please visit our website

Click here to see all Silver Creek, Tuva Looms & Bloomsburg Carpet offerings and to locate an Agent or Dealer in your area. 

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Choosing Earth Friendly Carpet

Together, we can carpet the world green!

If you care about preserving the environment for your children, their children and all future generations, you're probably already doing things to help protect and preserve the planet such as recycling and curtailing waste where you can.  Perhaps you're driving a more fuel-efficient car, as well as making sure that your home is well-insulated, keeping your HVAC system tuned and operating at peak efficiency, etc.

It is important to keep sustainability in mind when choosing furnishings and flooring for your home. Did you know that there are some companies in the furniture and flooring industries that are doing their part to preserve the environment, too? Bloomsburg Carpet, Inc., manufactures its carpets right here in the U.S., focusing on sustainable manufacturing techniques and yarns like our Bloomsburg Nylon and Zeftron® Enviro6ixTM fibers, which are 100% recyclable.

We do this knowing that nylon is the most popular type of synthetic carpeting because of its durability, beauty and price. If people are going to buy it, we feel it's our responsibility to make it sustainable as well as beautiful.

Bloomsburg Carpet is also a leader in providing carpeting to historic buildings such as Radio City Music Hall, the U.S. Supreme Court and the House and Senate Chambers of the U.S. Capitol, which traditionally used sustainable materials such as cotton, wool and jute. Our wool is from New Zealand, and is natural, beautiful and grown in ways that preserve the environment. It's another way we strive to do our part to create beautiful carpeting that won't deplete or further degrade the environment. In fact, most of our carpets are designated Green Label Plus, which indicates a higher standard for indoor air quality.

As Earth Day 2017 approaches, we encourage you to give a salute to sustainable manufacturing — not only by purchasing and enjoying the quality and beauty of Bloomsburg carpeting, but by doing your homework and furnishing your home with products from other manufacturers who prove that they care about preserving this beautiful planet for all future generations!

To find out more about practices in manufacturing our high end sustainable carpets and to check out more Bloomsburg Carpet designs, please visit our website to see all Silver Creek, Tuva Looms & Bloomsburg Carpet offerings and to find an Agent or Dealer in your area. 

Bloomsburg Carpet is proudly woven in the U.S.A.



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Silver Creek, by Bloomsburg Carpet is cooking up something new: Stromboli!


Stromboli is a 100% wool, velvet weave carpet, fashioned with a luxurious nubby texture. 10 new and unique colors, ranging from “Alfredo” white to “Tapenade” taupe, Stromboli is an exciting compliment to any space.

All Bloomsburg Carpet products are Green Label Plus and proudly
made in the USA.

To find out more about our high end carpet and to check out more Bloomsburg Carpet designs, please visit our website to see all Silver Creek, Tuva Looms & Bloomsburg Carpet offerings and to find an Agent or Dealer in your area. 

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Unique Carpet Trends for 2017

2017 carpet trends continue to expand choices in color, texture, pattern, and material. While interior designers also favor the use of rugs for artistic accent, current styles in wall-to-wall carpeting follow similar emphases:


Bold textures

Vivid color and pattern

Natural and eco-friendly materials



Comfy, Natural,  tones

Neutrals remain steadily in demand, but designers and consumers increasingly choose vivid-toned floor covering to punctuate their personal style. Geometric patterns and culturally inspired textures in orange, berry, or blue “statement tones” add visual interest against the traditional cream or beige base. Color informs the new definition of “neutral”, which encompasses pale yellows, selected shades of blue, and soft greens. (In fact, Pantone© calls “Greenery”, 2017’s Color of the Year, “nature’s neutral”.)

The continued popularity of more rustic looks and textures turns interest toward natural materials such as sisal, jute, or rope. These provide textural diversity beyond the typical plush or Berber styles. They also meet the increasing demand for sustainable decor options. Designers are experimenting with layers, adding vibrant textile pieces over chunky, rougher textures for example. Carpet manufacturers have also increased the number and variety of their recycled-material offerings. These carpets meet customers’ needs for hypoallergenic, environmentally friendly floor coverings.

Texture also trends toward comfort in 2017. Dense twists, chunky felts, and over-sized loop piles combine wool with a myriad of other fibers, such as silk, linen, cotton, even paper. These create a luxurious multi-layered feel even within a single carpet, woven into designs as separate accents (such as the patterns noted above). In addition, vintage or nostalgia carpets marry tactile comfort with bold visual interest. Designers are mixing brighter-colored surfaces with those having a more aged patina, keeping with the mix/match/layer trend.

Today, more than ever, consumers and designers can uniquely personalize their decor using floor covering as more than a “blank canvas”. Contact Bloomsburg Carpet to learn how our array of luxurious, durable, sustainable products can become the basis for your signature statement.

To find out more about our high end carpet and to check out more Bloomsburg Carpet designs, please visit our website to see all Silver Creek, Tuva Looms & Bloomsburg Carpet offerings and to find an Agent or Dealer in your area. 

Bloomsburg Carpet is proudly woven in the U.S.A.

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Carpet Your Stairs Like A Pro

Carpeting a staircase typically makes for a softer, safer climb and descent, but it can also make a stairway stand out as a feature in your home. Still, there's more to carpeting a stairway than just picking out a carpet you like and having it installed. There are things to consider like how to coordinate with flooring at the bottom of the stairs, and at the top, especially if one floor is carpeted and the other is not.

Carpet for Stairway by Bloomsburg Carpet

Carpet for Stairway by Bloomsburg Carpet

If you're wondering what type of carpet will work best on stairs, the answer is generally any type of carpet you like, with a couple of caveats …

  • Avoid extra-thick carpeting since it's difficult to wrap around the edge of the stair and fasten into place. Thick carpeting also tends to be slippery and can present a safety hazard on stairs.
  • If you're worried about visible seams around posts, choose a longer pile such as a frieze or Saxony, which tend to hide seams better than shorter or looped pile.
  • Stairs are considered a "high-traffic" area, since they're used often, but also due to the added force of gravity as you descend. For that reason, it's always advisable to use the highest-quality carpet and padding you can afford. While it may cost a little more upfront, it'll definitely save you money in the long-run since it won't have to be replaced as often.



Here are some tips from interior designers to help you create a stairway with both flair and practicality …

Pattern Plays

If your decorating style leans toward a modern aesthetic with neutral white or off-white walls, consider that a patterned stair runner can provide the warmth that modern settings often lack. What's more, the pattern itself will stand out like art when set against a neutral background.

Creating a Tailored Look

In a formal setting, a stairway carpet with a tailored flair fits right in. Here, the installer uses a "cap and band" or French cap method where the carpet is stapled under the nose of the stair tread, and tight to the riser, for a polished look on a traditional staircase.


If you've got hardwood floors at the bottom and carpeting at the top of the stairs, have your stairs carpeted runner style, so that the wooden edges of the stairs coordinate with the ground floor and the centers coordinate with the second floor carpeting. This eliminates any awkward transitioning between floors.

If your upstairs is carpeted (as many second floors with bedrooms are), it's usual to match the stairway carpeting to the upstairs carpeting.

If both downstairs and upstairs are hardwood, find a carpet that coordinates with the stain color on the floors for a seamless transition from the carpeted stairway to the bare floor. (Note, it doesn't have to match the floor exactly — just coordinate well with the tones in the wood.)

You can use the same trick for homes with carpeting on both floors by coordinating the stairway carpeting with the main carpeted areas. This creates continuity without having everything match exactly.

Bloomsburg Carpet is proudly woven in the U.S.A. 

To find out more about our high end carpet and to check out more Bloomsburg Carpet designs, please visit our website to see all Silver Creek, Tuva Looms & Bloomsburg Carpet offerings and to find an Agent or Dealer in your area.


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Carpet’s Going Green in More Ways Than One

If you are looking to decorate your home or office this year you should know;
Green is the color that is trending for 2017!


These are not you mother's greens…


Neutrals mixed with different tones of green are classy and elegant

Combined with texture, our woven wool designs are of the highest quality for any room in the home or office.


Picture this handsome plaid carpeting in greens mixed with red, in the library, den or man cave. 

Our carpet is Green Label Plus too, which means that At Bloomsburg Carpet, we design, develop, and create products that avoid depletion of raw material resources and prevent further environmental degradation.  We are dedicated to using environmentlly friendly nylons and yarns.  Our pledge: Carpets made from Bloomsburg Nylon and Zeftron nylon, or any currently installed carpets being replaced with Bloomsburg Nylon, are eligible for our recycling program. We guarantee that the recovered nylon face fiber will not be landfilled.

Bloomsburg Carpet is proudly woven in the U.S.A. 

To find out more about our high end carpet and to check out more Green Bloomsburg Carpet designs, please visit our website to see all Silver Creek, Tuva Looms & Bloomsburg Carpet offerings and to find an Agent or Dealer in your area.


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Bloomsburg Carpet Launches Custom Rug Program

Bloombsurg Carpet's Custom Sized Rug Binding and Serging Program

Hundreds of Styles and Colors to choose from


For the first time, Bloomsburg Carpet brings your their fantastic, luxury, made in America carpet in a full custom rug program. 

Here are some highlights of the program:

• Custom sizing on hundreds of Bloomsburg Carpet, Silver Creek Carpet and Tuva Looms products, up to 12 feet in width
• Serged or bound edges; with three different binding widths
• Quick Ship Program: Expedited order processing available
• Rug padding available
• Crafted in the USA

To find out more about our high end carpet products proudly manufactured in the U.S.A. –

Please Visit our website to see all Silver Creek, Tuva Looms & Bloomsburg Carpet offerings and to find an Agent or Dealer in your area.


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