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Dream Weaver Carpet

Dream Weaver by Engineered Floors is the new kid on the block...sort of.  
Bob Shaw, the founder of Shaw Carpet, branched off on a new adventure after turning over the reigns of Shaw Industries to Warren Buffet. He wanted to create a fiber that had the best stain, fade and wear resistance with the most cost effective manufacturing technics possible. Engineered Floors was born out of this effort and is a leading carpet manufacturer nationwide.

Not all carpet fibers are created equal.

PureColor™ Fiber, made by Engineered Floors for every Dream Weaver PureSoft™ Cashmere Carpet, is the the ultimate in solution dyed fiber. You won’t find PureColor™ fiber used in any other carpet at any price.

The beautiful color you select is the beautiful color you keep forever.

PureSoft Cashmere is made with our exclusive PureColor™ carpet fiber with all-the-way-through permanent color. With PureSoft Cashmere, you’ll never have to worry about the effects of prolonged harsh sunlight, day after day, because the fiber is fade resistant. Unlike many other carpet fibers, our color is part of the fiber and goes all the way through it. That means the color you’ve chosen is permanent – it won’t wear off or fade away even from prolonged exposure to harsh sunlight. You can even spot-clean your PureSoft Cashmere Carpet with household bleach and not worry about the color.

Roll Out The Red Carpet (Literally) for the New Nylon Carpet By Dream Weaver!

N2 Nylon with Catatonic Technology

Nylon carpet is known for it's resilience in high traffic areas with it's only down fall being impossible to clean some stains and is known as soiling. Without a topical soil protector, the tiny holes in the fiber capture liquids like grape juice and red wine, leaving a permanent stain.

The new Dream Weaver Nylon has found a technology to virtually eliminate these issues by closing the holes that trap these stains. Now you can have the best of both worlds!

Lifetime Stain Warranty
Lifetime Pet Warranty
Lifetime Fade Warranty
25-Year Soil Resistance Warranty
25-Year Texture Retention Warranty
25-Year Abrasive Wear Warranty
25-Year Manufacturer Defect Warranty

Tonal Solids for Natural Beauty

We’ve blended colors with our pre-colored PureColor™ and PureColor™ Cashmere solution dyed carpet fibers, creating new looks with an endless array of color combinations. Depending on the time of day and room lighting, these colors will subtly change in appearance, just as colors in nature.

Easy to enjoy Tonal Solids are made with our SoilShield Protection and have a Lifetime Stain and Fade Guarantee. Kind to nature, too We make Tonal Solids carpets with less water, less energy and less greenhouse gas emissions than traditional carpets.

Pure Soft Cashmere Carpet

PureSoft™ Cashmere carpet from Dream Weaver turns any room into a cozy refuge, thanks to our unique fiber extrusion process that makes our soft yarn so soft you’ll think it’s luxurious cashmere. That means full-hand, pillowy softness under foot like you’re walking on a cloud. But we didn’t stop there. We made PureSoft Cashmere carpet with active families in mind. 

With PureSoft™ Cashmere carpet, you sacrifice nothing for the ultimate in softness.That’s because it’s made to resists stains (even from pet urine) and soiling better than any carpet on the market. 

Every PureSoft™ Cashmere carpet from Dream Weaver can handle whatever’s thrown at it ... or dropped on it! PureSoft™ Cashmere carpets come generously equipped with:

  • PureColor Solution Dyed Fiber for permanent color that’s fade resistant and stain resistant
  • SoilShield our superior proprietary soil resistant treatment that helps keep carpet looking new. Some PureSoft Cashmere styles feature Tonal Solids™ that bring color to life for natural elegance in any room decor
  • All PureSoft Cashmere styles have industry-leading warranty protection, including Limited Lifetime Fade and Limited Lifetime Stain warranties.
  • All PureSoft Cashmere carpets are certified Green Label Plus by the Carpet and Rug Institute