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Wall-to-wall carpeting making bold comeback

This undated photo courtesy of Michael K. Wilkinson for Bossy Color shows a room designed by Annie Elliott. After years of being ripped out and kicked to the curb, carpet is making a comeback. And not just the neutral-toned carpets of recent years, but ones that are boldly colored or patterned. (AP Photo/Bossy Color, Michael K. Wilkinson)
This undated photo courtesy of Michael K. Wilkinson for Bossy Color shows a room designed by Annie Elliott. After years of being ripped out and kicked to the curb, carpet is making a comeback. And not just the neutral-toned carpets of recent years, but ones that are boldly colored or patterned. (AP Photo/Bossy Color, Michael K. Wilkinson)
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After years of being ripped out and kicked to the curb, carpet is making a comeback. And not just the neutral-toned carpets of recent years, but ones that are boldly colored or patterned. The softer, cozier feel of wall-to-wall carpet is appealing to homeowners used to treading on tile and wood, said Emily Morrow, director of color, style and design for Shaw Floors, a company in Dalton, Ga., that specializes in carpet, laminate, tile and ...


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