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SSF Carpets

Yesterday I dragged my husband to SSF Curtain Bandar Sri Damansara to have a look at their carpet collections.

I know that they carry modern carpets since I got our existing one from there almost 3 years ago.

In the car, my husband said, "I think we're gonna find one here!"

Well, he was too optimistic. Because we left without a carpet. Sigh.

This time around, SSF had a lot of those shaggy ones. Not my cup of tea. But, I notice that they are of really good quality as well, feels soft and lush. So if you're looking for those shaggy ones, go on to SSF. They were priced from rm1000+. Didn't check the exact pricing since I'm not into those shaggy kinda carpets.

I found two designs that I like. And one that I was totally in love with. But they were all wrong. Sizing, colour, style - all does not fit into our home.

This one is really lush. You can't really see it from the picture, but the colour of the roses are a mix of black, beige and grey. I love that you can see the rose individually. It's such a unique piece and my husband really loves it. That guy doesn't easily like stuff, so this is like the highest of endorsement. Hehe. But, the size is a bit too small for our living. Hence, no go. This beautiful piece goes for rm4500+ if you're interested.

And this one, I like that it's not your normal rectangle or round carpets. The flower-y outline gives the carpet a unique shape. I imagine this piece in a black and white baroque-themed study. It's very Va-Va-Voom. Definitely doesn't fit in my cozy homey woody living. Oh this was selling for around rm899, if I remember correctly.

See that detailing? Beautiful. 

And this would fit perfectly in our living, 'cept for the colour. Sigh. I really LOVE this. It's the modern designed carpet that I have in mind. The size is like our current carpet, about 7ft by 5ft. Too small on its own, but two of them would be perfect. And there were two of this exact carpets!!! The universe was just not on my side on that day. There were none in duck egg blue. MAJOR bummed. Price for this was a reasonable rm900+.

If only this is in duck egg blue. :( 

And so, the search for the perfect carpet continues. Much to my husband's disappointment.

Read about my trip to Jakel, in my quest for the carpet of my dreams.

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So what happened?

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I love this grey beaded saree as well. Very very chic! And the best thing about grey? It matches a lot of other colours to bring out different moods.

Like if you pair it with this pink saree for your bridemaids/entourage/family members, you'd achieve a very chic but sweet look.

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