Carpet

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Carpet material

wool carpets
nylon carpets
polypropelene carpet
polyester carpets

Wool

  • This is a natural, luxurious, long lasting material that is the softest carpet fibre you can find. Unfortunately low grade wool is more susceptible to staining, while high grade wool is extremely expensive.

Nylon

  • Very soft, durable and resistant to stains, nylon is the most popular carpet material and is used in roughly three quarters of all manufactured pieces.

Polypropylene

  • Almost as soft as nylon, these fibres are extremely resilient and resistant to stains, mildew and shredding.

Polyester

  • They do not fade much over time. They are non-allergenic and in many cases this material is crafted from recycled plastic bottles making it eco-friendly.

Carpet Types

Texture
saxony style
Berber loop pile
cut loop

Textured Plush

  • Most decoratively versatile cut-pile carpet

  • Textured surface helps hide footprints

  • Adds casuaal beauty to any room

  • Looks great between vacuuming

  • Preferred style for busy households

  • A great “whole-house carpet”

 

 

Saxony

  • Refined cut-pile surface

  • Luxuriously smooth, soft finish

  • Beautiful with traditional interiors

  • Adds distinctive elegance to any room

  • Ideal for living and dining rooms

  • Shows subtle highlights and accents

Berber Loop-Pile

  • A wool-like look and rugged loop surface

  • Natural, hand-crafted appearance creates a warm, personal atmosphere

  • Tight loop texture helps hide footprints and vacuum marks

  • Subtle patterns fit a variety of room syles

  • Ideal choice for contemporary or country or cottage furnishings

Cut/Loop

  • Carved definition with cut-and-loop pile

  • Accent colours spice up floor surfaces

  • Multicolour effects hide soil and stains

  • Looks great between vacuuming

  • Choose from soft tonals to bolder colour combinations

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