Update your home with a designer Wool carpet
On sale now until 18 July 2021
A chunky wool carpet that complements today’s rustic and handcrafted decorator styling, Salisbury is available in seven classic neutrals in the ancient hues of the stone age. Soft and texturally pleasing underfoot, this high low loop pile will add contrast to a range of interior design finishes and furnishings.Request Free Sample
Amesbury linear pattern offers a sleek and refined floor that archives a contemporary clean line aesthetic. This uniform level loop pile is available in seven stunning neutrals. The palette is reminiscent of natural geological elements such as sandstone, granite and stone.
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Designed and made in Auckland, with wool sourced from New Zealand farms, Grandiose is where the best of Aotearoa comes together to make a truly beautiful and luxurious carpet. With a whopping 80oz, the classic cut pile twist offers superior comfort whilst being hard-wearing and stain-proof. Grandiose is available in an array of sophisticated newly refreshed 2021 colours.Request Free Sample
Invoking a sense of seaside tranquility, Chelsea Row adds a casually elegant charm to contemporary living spaces. Available in six sophisticated neutral shades, this level loop pile carpet combines a two-colour thick and thin yarn in a stylish linear design, creating the illusion of space.
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Natural Renewable Fibre
We pride ourselves on making the most luxurious and environmentally friendly carpet on the planet. Environmentally sound, wool is shorn from sheep every 9-12 months and produced by sheep consuming a totally renewable resource - grass.
Flame Resistant & Fire Resistance
Wool carpet has natural flame resistant properties due to its ability to char when burnt and not melt like synthetic fibres. It retains heat and starves its surface of air, extinguishing flames.
Regulate Temperature & Humidity
Wool absorbs moisture in the air and controls humidity for a comfortable environment, making it cooler in summer and warmer in winter.
Wool fibres rapidly absorb common pollutants from the home or office, and retain them until they can be vacuumed out.