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Martha Stewart Living Carpet Collection

The Martha Stewart Show, July 2010

Quality carpeting can boldly define space in a room, tie together disparate decorative elements, or simply add luxury and softness underfoot. Martha developed her new line of floor covering, the Martha Stewart Living Carpet Collection, with these important functions in mind.

The diverse collection, available exclusively at The Home Depot, features carpets in four styles, 36 designs, and 123 colors that are fully customizable for any space. Hand-picked by Martha and her team, the carpets are soft yet durable, and the colors coordinate with the hues from the Martha Stewart Living Paint line.

Martha and Living editorial director Kevin Sharkey share the styles that work best for each type of room in your home.

Loop: For Playrooms and Basements
A sturdy, durable carpet, the Loop style is good for playrooms, basements, and workout rooms. The designs featured on the show include Skylands in Carton, Rosecliff in Roan, Mt. Vernon in Falcon, and Mt. Vernon in Bedford Gray.

Texture: For Hallways and Living Rooms
Texture is a traditional style that's ideal for high-traffic areas such as hallways, living rooms, and dining rooms. The designs featured on the show were Fairline in Blue Fir, Beekman in Faded Ink, and Boldt Castle in Anvil.

Twist: For Bedrooms
With a warm and casual look, carpet in the Twist style is perfect for bedrooms. The designs featured on the show include Fallingwater in Pink Granite, LaPaz in Chocolate Cosmos, and Tudor Place in Chocolate Truffle.

Pattern: For Formal Areas
Pattern styles contribute an elegant look to any room, and they're most suitable for bedrooms, formal sitting areas, and basements. They work especially well in large rooms that can fully display their gorgeous patterns. The designs featured on the show include Winterthur in Ash Bark, Springwood in Dill, and Monticello in Feather Duster.

Learn more about the Martha Stewart Living Carpet Collection.

Comments (7)

  • Benoit C 27 Jan, 2014

    Just a quick question.
    We have been told by Home Depot (Canada) that the Lindenwald 1 carpet was recently discontinued.
    Is this accurate?
    Thank you!

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  • MnLOB 2 Jan, 2013

    DO NOT BUY MARTHA STEWART CARPETS!!! We bought 2 rooms of Martha Stewart carpet at Home Depot in late 2010. The carpet was a beige two pattern (smaller light beige squares inside of large darker beige squares) and cost over $1400.00. Within WEEKS the patterns seem to fade into each other and any kind of stains seem to be next to impossible to remove. Frequent professional cleanings do little or no good. New carpeting that once was an asset to our home is now a dingy liability.

  • DebiKil 7 Sep, 2012

    I bought my carpet in 2010. It WAS gorgeous for about a year. Now I need it cleaned every couple of months to have it look decent. I spent $1200 alone on just the carpet. I am a single parent and do not have that kind of money to throw around! I'm looking into tearing it out and putting wood flooring in. Very unhappy.

  • irene18 4 Mar, 2011

    Martha Stewart carpeting was installed in Sept 2010.Stains do not lift out,they stay in the carpet. Very dissatisfied with the product.Would like a full refund or another carpet. Irene18

  • CRC725 29 Sep, 2010

    I just had Martha Stewart Living carpet installed by The Home Depot. It is ABSOLUTELY gorgeous. The quality of the carpet and the great job by the installers exceeded our expectations. I would recommend this carpet to everyone.