You may have asked yourself this question once: What are the best rooms for carpeting?
We analyzed hundreds of thousands of rooms to determine the major carpet usage in the home, and through our analysis, we put together a simple chart and matching table showing carpet usage in major rooms as a percentage of each major room type that has rug.
As shown in the chart below, the use of carpets in kitchens, bathrooms, dining rooms, and entry areas is not common, and this is to be expected since these areas have high traffic, and kitchens or bathrooms are areas that are usually damp all the time, which makes using carpets an inconvenient option. Good.
The percentages below indicate the percentage of each room type and the percentage of carpet usage in it.
Now, what are the best rooms for carpeting?
Based on the data we obtained, we conclude the following:
- The best rooms for carpeting are: bedrooms, home offices, and basements.
- The worst rooms for carpeting are: kitchens, bathrooms, entryways, and dining rooms.
[Translated by adaptation from homestratosphere.com ]