This undated image courtesy of Caleb Magnino shows a room by interior designer Eric Ross. While hardwood or tile can be great for entryways or other high traffic areas, some rooms � bedrooms, play rooms, studies and family rooms � cry out for carpeting, said Ross, an interior designer in Franklin, Tenn. (AP Photo/Caleb Magnino)

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