Milliken Legato Carpet Tiles – Which Style to Use?
Milliken’s Legato carpet tile selection is the standard bearer for all other residential carpet tiles on the market. Many consumers find carpet squares and tile appealing due to their easy installation and superior functionality over all other floor types. Milliken Legato has taken carpet tile to a whole new level with many of their features. The Legato carpet panel line by Milliken gives flooring consumers 3 different types to choose from to fit any look and décor in their home or light commercial setting. These 3 types are Fuse, Embrace, and Touch.
Legato Touch is the most popular entry level residential carpet tile in the market. With prices typically below $2 a square foot, Legato Touch fits the bill when it comes to budget minded projects. Legato Touch by Milliken also fills the need for consumers who like the look of frieze carpet but want to use carpet tiles. A very nice feature of Legato Touch is that the frieze design hides seams flawlessly. Legato Touch has Milliken’s famous TractionBack system that typically requires no glue for installation. Touch is also treated with Scotchguard for extra protection against stains. Touch features a build in padding in the backing so it’s ready to go right out of the box! Legato Touch is available in two different, flecked earthtones and is a nice fit in any room in the house.
Legato Embrace is quite popular. Embrace is a textured plush carpet tile design, with a slightly smoother look than Touch. It is also a denser weight product and holds up well to foot traffic in the home. Embrace has 18 solid colors to select from. Milliken’s Legato Embrace also has TractionBack and Scotchguard protection. The Embrace Legato carpet squares and panel collection have tremendous appeal in bedrooms, playrooms, basements and many other spots in a home. Embrace has an added bonus with Milliken’s anti microbial barrier used between the top layer of the carpet panel and the integral, padded backing.
Legato Fuse is a bold tile. Fuse offers an array of over 15 choices. Some of the choices are geometric designs, some feature stripes, other have texture, and there are also solids. The neat concept is that there are just 5 colors used, so it makes it very possible to create a custom looking floor with the Legato Fuse line. Fuse also has Milliken’s TractionBack, glueless padded backing system. Scotchguard is applied as well giving you confidence that these residential carpet panels will last. Milliken’s Legato Fuse is a perfect match for when you need a quality but discounted custom floor for anything from fun to formal.
Source by Eric M Dyer