Definition of ingrain carpet in English:

ingrain carpet

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A reversible carpet in which the pattern appears on both sides.
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  • Advice books of the period recommended rotating an ingrain carpet to minimize patterns of wear.
  • Adding both color and comfort to the room is the geometric ingrain carpet, woven in Britain or possibly New York between about 1840 and 1860.
  • We offer over 20 patterns of ingrain carpet; as well as 4 stair runner patterns.

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