ResidentialCarpet Videos

See our educational videos presented by interior designer Rochelle Morris as she explains the functional benefits of using carpet and its use in interior design.

The dramatic impact of carpet in your home

See a perfect example of the dramatic impact that carpet can make to your home as Interior designer Rochelle Morris, takes a tour of a Grollo display home in Balwyn.

Choosing carpet for good air quality

For allergy and asthma sufferers, the critical issue is the amount of dust and allergens present in the air. Interior designer Rochelle Morris explains the health benefits of carpet and how a properly maintained carpet traps dust particles within the carpet pile, removing them from the breathing zone.

Make your home safer with carpet

We all want our homes to be visually appealing, but we also want them to be safe and comfortable. Carpet has the potential to give us the best of both worlds. All homes contain many hard surfaces and in our busy lives, falls can and will happen. Not only does carpet cushion falls, it can also prevent them. Plus, it looks incredibly stylish.

Keep your home warm with carpet

Interior designer Rochelle Morris demonstrates the thermal benefits of carpet in your home.

Choosing the best carpet for your home

Interior designer Rochelle Morris visits a carpet store to learn how to choose the best carpet for your home.

How long should you expect carpet to last?

Find out what you can reasonably expect about carpet longevity and how to prolong its life.

Choosing an Environmentally Certified Carpet

Australian Carpet Grading Scheme Environmental Labelling Explained.

How to Choose a Quality Carpet – ACCS Carpet Rating Scheme

Find out about the ACCS labels on Australian on graded carpets.

Buying Carpet: Find information you can trust?

Find out about the Australian Carpet Classification Scheme and why you should trust it.

Choosing Carpet Tiles for Commercial Buildings in Australia

There’s a material that architects and interior designers are incorporating more and more…