Kids carpets – choosing the perfect flooring for your little ones
What are kids’ carpets?
Kids' carpets are carpets that have been expressly created for use in kid's bedrooms or playrooms and they are often available in a variety of colours, designs, and sizes. They are made to offer a cosy and secure surface for kids to play on. They can cushion kids' hands and knees while playing and minimise slips and falls. Kids' carpets can be used to give colour and uniqueness to a child's room as well as to make it seem warm and welcoming.
What materials are good for kids’ carpets?
Kids carpets are often created from soft and long-lasting materials. At Kulina, we have a wide collection of kids' carpets made from different materials such as wool, cotton, and jute.
- Cotton is the typical material because of its natural, breathable qualities, which make them a comfortable surface for kids to play on. Additionally, it is simple to dye and comes in a variety of colours and patterns for additional customisation.
- Wool is a soft, long-lasting material that works well for carpeting for kids. Kids can choose this material with confidence because it is naturally stain-resistant and hypoallergenic. Wool is ideal for use in a variety of conditions since it regulates humidity and temperature as well.
- Jute is a natural fibre that is sustainable and eco-friendly. It is an excellent option for playrooms since it is a sturdy, resilient material that can endure heavy traffic regions.
How do I care for my kids' carpets?
Keeping your kids' carpets clean is very essential since they take so much mess from their spills and other activities. It's important to take care of a kid's carpet to keep it clean and retain its look. You can consider vacuuming the carpets at least once a week to keep the carpets clean because of dust and dirt that can gather in them rapidly. You can also use a carpet cleaner for more difficult stains.
Just like every other carpet, you can also rotate the carpet sometimes to spread the foot traffic evenly to reduce wear and tear.