When I first came across Flor carpet tiles, I must admit I was a little bit skeptical. I knew that there were benefits to these tiles in a corporate setting, but I couldn’t imagine them in my home (or any of my client’s homes for that matter). Not too long later, I was put in touch with one of their PR representatives who offered to send me some tiles in order to take them for a test-run.
The tiles arrived and we promptly installed them. We opted for this line, and I could not be happier with the result. The quality of the British wool is wonderful. It’s thick and exquisitely soft and I often find myself sitting on the floor rather than the couch to enjoy it (I’m a designer, and sometimes we’re weird – no judgement please!) The installation was a piece of cake and I feel confident when I say that you can’t tell that they are carpet tiles. While you can’t exactly compete with a wonderful hand-knotted silk and wool Tibetan rug (or something of the like), I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this rug. Having lived with it for a month now, I would confidently recommend the line to anyone looking for an inexpensive alternative to an area rug.
And if I may be so bold, may I recommend this one? Lately I’m all for the re-dyed antique rug look and this line definitely fits the bill. It’s a great alternative to the (much) more expensive versions found on the market these days.
disclaimer: while the area rug was given to me to review, this post is unpaid and all thoughts and comments are 100% my own.