Twenty authentic carpet collections join SimpleFLOORS' product roster. The lineup features popular Lexmark brands including Artist Point, Manhattan, Love Story, Palm Spring and Sterling, among others.
“We are so excited to now have Lexmark Carpet in our product line,” says Rocky Hazen of SimpleFLOORS, “Two big advantages of Lexmark Carpet are their solution-dyed yarn and their long product warranty.”
Lexmark's carpets contain 100% solution-dyed PET fibers with non-fuzzing, Scotch Guard protection. All carpet collections also include static protection and a lifetime stain warranty. They are available for installation in a multitude of colors and textures.
SimpleFLOORS Inc. is an Atlanta-based factory-direct online retailer with 19 showrooms in California, Texas, Oregon, Washington, Georgia and Florida, offering premium-grade design-conscious wood flooring at guaranteed low prices. Guided by fresh insights from the interior design community, including new color trends, depth-enhancing hand-sculpting techniques and distinctive grain treatments.
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