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Carpet still remains to be the number one choice in floorcovering and for many good reasons.

It's easy to lay, minimises noise, is warm underfoot and if your floors aren't totally flawless, it's a great way of hiding imperfections.

To make sure you choose the best type for your home read on...

  • Made from twisted fibres
  • Creates a textured surface that’s springy underfoot
  • Hides scuffs, footprints and vacuum cleaner marks
  • Ideal for busy areas of the house

SUITABLE FOR:
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Bedroom
  • Hall, Stairs and Landing



  • Loops made from wool, nylon, polypropylene or a blend of these fibres
  • Hides footprints
  • Ideal for busy areas of the house
  • Loops can get caught in animal claws so be careful with pets

SUITABLE FOR:
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Bedroom
  • Hall, Stairs and Landing

  • Twisted yarns give an elegant look
  • The long pile feels sumptuous and decadent underfoot
  • Can flatten easily and show footprints

SUITABLE FOR:
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Bedroom

  • Berber is a loop pile carpet and is exceptionally durable, practical, and great for all-purpose use.
  • The yarn used is quite heavy and wide, and the loops can be made at either a one height, or even different heights, to form a textured pile.

SUITABLE FOR:
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Bedroom
  • Hall, Stairs and Landing

  • Some of the finest carpets creating a prestigious look and feel
  • Hard wearing and high quality
  • Available in two weaves – Axminster & Woven
  • Can be expensive due to the premium fibres

SUITABLE FOR:
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Bedroom
  • Hall, Stairs and Landing

Most carpets consist of wool, nylon, polyester or polypropylene. Each fibre has different benefits, which need to be considered when choosing carpets for each area of your home.Wool - Corsa 660
Casaluna
Polyamide - Heritage 97
Graphite
Polyproplene - Revolution
20 Claret

  • Luxurious and naturally resilient
  • Recovers quickly from foot traffic and furniture marks
  • Sustainable fibres so a perfect eco-friendly choice


  • Usually a blend of 80% wool and 20% manmade fibres
  • Hard wearing and durable
  • Gives a luxurious feel


  • Easy to clean so great for children and pets
  • Can retain its look and style longer than other fibres
  • Hard wearing synthetic fibres


  • Offers the warmth, comfort and softness of wool
  • Stain resistant and durable


  • Stain resistant and hard wearing
  • The most popular manmade fibre
  • Inexpensive so practical for those on a budget

Natural flooring such as coir and sisal are an environmentally sound choice, and are now available in a wide range of colours and textures. Sisal Mini Boucle
Amber
Coir Anjengo
Natural
Seagrass Basketweave
Natural

  • Water resistant
  • Slippery if exposed to prolonged damp so not suitable for bathrooms or wet areas

SUITABLE FOR:
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Bedroom
  • Hall, Stairs and Landing

  • Extremely hard wearing
  • The fibres can be woven into really intricate shapes giving a high-end finish
  • Food can catch easily in the fibres so not suitable for kitchens
  • Not water resistant so not suitable for wet areas

SUITABLE FOR:
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Bedroom
  • Hall, Stairs and Landing

  • Made from the husks of coconut
  • Cheapest of the natural fibres
  • Slip resistant so perfect for areas such as stairs

SUITABLE FOR:
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Bedroom
  • Hall, Stairs and Landing

  • Made from the stems of a tropical grass
  • Soft underfoot with a very fine weave
  • Delicate and not as hardwearing as alternatives so perfect for occassional rooms

SUITABLE FOR:
  • Bedroom