Wondering what is the best type of wall-to-wall carpeting for standing up to
high traffic on the stairs and hallway? I'm looking for a type of carpet
that has a pattern that would hide dirt the best, but also be durable so
that fibers won't tend to appear noticeably worn over time.
Currently I have a light beige wall-to-wall carpet on the stairs and hallway
it is easily prone to getting dirty. Further, the fibers in high traffic
areas (even those not dirty) have flattened out and gotten a worn/tangled
look to them.
In my previous house I had Berber area rugs that had a speckled pattern
which hid any dirt, and which always looked as good as new, but this rug was
relatively small looped (relatively flat and not plush), and was kind of
"clinical" or "commercial" in appearance. Is there some other type of
carpet that would look less "clinical" but would still hide the dirt and be