Hello! We are preparing to have carpet installed in a finished basement living room that's roughly 19' x 13'. There's a small rectangular tiled area in one corner where two doors swing open, but otherwise the room is a rectangle. Apparently the carpet we've selected is 12' wide, which may be an awkward size for a 13' wide room. We got the floorplan from the carpet installer and they appear to be suggesting running the carpet in the direction such that the 12' width leaves a 1' strip along the long wall. The diagram appears to be using three strips (cut from the area with the tile in the corner) to fill in along the long wall. There will also be a seam running the opposite direction a few feet from the shorter wall. I'm not wild about so many seams - seems like a recipe for disaster? Is this actually how it should be done, the most economical way, or a bad idea regardless? Am I better off starting my search again for something that comes in a 15' width? Any thoughts would be appreciated.