Simply Seamless Zen Creekbed 24 in. x 24 in. Carpet Tile (10 Tiles / Case)-BFZNCB - The Home Depot
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Simply Seamless

Model # BFZNCB

Internet # 204667220

Store SKU # 1000025860

Zen Creekbed 24 in. x 24 in. Carpet Tile (10 Tiles / Case)

Simply Seamless Zen Creekbed 24 in. x 24 in. Carpet Tile (10 Tiles / Case)

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$1.79 / sq. ft.
$71.60/  case  (covers 40.0 sq. ft.)


Model # BFZNCB

Internet # 204667220

Store SKU # 1000025860

Berkshire Flooring Carpet Tiles are the softest carpet tile available on the market today. They are manufactured to allow for a broadloom appearance once installed. The Zen style is available in two colors that can be mixed and matched to your liking allowing you to be as creative as you want or can installed in all one color. The tiles are 24 in. x 24 in. and come with a pre-applied pressure sensitive adhesive so you simply peel and stick them to the floor. Installation is easy, the only tools that you need are a square, a tape measure and a carpet knife. The carpet is made from solution dyed continuous filament PermaClean fiber which is inherently stain and wear resistant. The carpet tile has an attached Eco Fiber Cushion made of 100% recycled fiber. All Berkshire flooring carpet tiles are environmentally friendly and carpet tiles reduce waste by 15-20% compared with broadloom carpet. You will love that they are easy to handle and that they are the no glue, no tacks, no tapes, no odor way to a simply beautiful floor.

  • 100% Solution dyed continuous filament Polyester Fiber
  • Peel and stick backing for easy installation and replacement
  • Tufted in the USA
  • Naturally stain resistant and resists fading
  • 40 sq. ft. per case, 10 tiles per case, 20 lbs. per case
  • 5-year manufacture warranty
  • Vacuum regularly and spot clean - replace if necessary
  • Simply Seamless technology gives the tiles the appearance of wall to wall carpet


Approximate Width (in.) 
Assembled Depth (in.) 
24 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
1 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
24 in 
Carpet Width (ft.) 
Pattern Match Length (in.) 
Pattern Match Width (in.) 
Pile height (in.) 
Product Length (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Sq Ft Per Case 
Tile size 
24" x 24" 
Width (in) x Length (in) 
24 x 24 
Carpet Fiber 
Carpet Style Type 
Carpet Type 
Color Family 
Beige / Cream 
Beige / Texture 
Commercial / Residential 
Default Pad 
Glue-Down Only 
Face Weight (oz./ sq.yd.) 
Flooring Product Type 
Glue Down Allowed? 
In-Store Availability 
In Stock 
PAR Rating 
Padding Attached 
Peel-and-stick backing 
Stain Resistant 
With Treatment 
Water repellent 
Yarn Gauge (in.) 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
5 year warranty from manufacture defects 


Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mostly satisfied Decided to try carpet tiles without knowing anything about them and ended up fairly satisfied. I was able to save about $175 by doing tiles instead of purchasing carpet and pad to be installed on my 238 sq ft project. The carpet on the tiles feel a little cheaper and the padding isn’t very thick, but the cost savings was worth it on my specific project. The tiles were pretty simple to place together. My main complaints would be I don't think all the tiles were exactly the same size. Even if two or three tiles per box are off by 1/8" it starts to show after a couple tiles are down, also the adhesive was almost nonexistent. I could see the tiles “sticking” on smooth concrete without much problem, but anything else would need to be glued if you want them really secured. We glued them down over an old wooden floor which had previously had “office carpet” glued down on top of it. I placed a dab of glue on each corner and the center (like a 5 on a dice). There are spots where it’s clear we used tiles, but in other areas it's not noticeable. The tiles were easy to cut with a fresh utility knife and I don't expect the sides to fray much. I made sure the sides of the tiles I had to cut were against the wall so we wouldn't be walking on cut seams which would increase the chance of fraying. The only areas you should need to cut would against the walls. Follow the instructions about starting in the middle of the room. If you start in a corner and your walls aren't 100% square you'll end up with gaps between your tiles as you move further away. Also make sure all tiles are facing the same way (there is an arrow on the back of the tiles), and when you place them together make sure no carpet pieces are hanging down between your tiles or else they won’t fit together snuggly. Overall I'm satisfied with the cost savings of doing it myself. It doesn’t look perfect and it might not hold up as well as professionally installed carpet, but I’m happy I could save some money. The next thing is to see how it holds up... May 19, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by variable sizing The sizing of the carpet was not uniform. Most were 24 x24", but some were only 24 x 23 3/4" so that the lines did not match up. We had to return some tiles and get replacements, but those too were not uniform. 1/4 " turned into 1/2" etc the more tiles we put down. Luckily we had only a small room to tile and were able to use some of the shorter tiles in edge piecing where we had to cut them anyway. If this had been a large job, we would have had a major problem and would probably have gone with a different product. March 2, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by They are not square! Overall, I bought these to save money. I am really not happy with how the install is going. Sticky back isn't sticky. I am installing these right now. They are not square, so I am forced to trim as I go to get the tiles to fit snug against each other. I also just discovered that I have one tile, buried in the middle of the room that is going the wrong way! I pull it up, to check the arrow, and there are 2 arrows pointing in different directions! Simply turning the tile the correct direction will not work , because the tiles are not actual squares. The adhesive seems weak, but I think after some walking it will cure. I am still planning to use tape in some odd parts of my basement floor. September 11, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Average Product Tiles are not all square. Some are short in one dimension (or long) by 1/8 of an inch. Some edges are not cut cleanly making seams very visible after laid. An entire box came with tiles that had a crease in them. Also a case had carpet pieces between the backing and the pad stuck to the glue. Glue is sticky enough for a good smooth substrate. If you take your time, pick and choose the good tiles, and trim others, you can get a very good result. It takes time and patience but is still easier then stretching and trimming rolled carpet. I will return the other defective tiles that are out of square, creased, etc. Perfect for a basement floor and not that hard to install. Just know what you are getting when you buy these and buy extra knowing you will have to return some defective ones. January 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Installation and looks are good but I want to see how it wears. The carpet functions well and looks good but it will take time to see how it wears. Installation is easy and I had no problems. March 18, 2014
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