Can rugs add a modern aura to a room?

April 16th, 2014

There are so many ways of adding an extra, fresh dimension to a room, including updating the style as well as comfort, colour and appeal but there is one key component can that bring all this and more to your room: rugs.
Modern rugs come is so many different choices of material, colours and patterns is can seem an impossible task to choose and so here we have created a quick guide to helping you out.

Let’s start with material

coloured rug

Rugs can be made from natural fibres or synthetic, occasionally in a mix of the two. But is one better than the other? Is one more old-fashioned? Is it too traditional for your modern interior?

Wool – soft, durable and visually appealing, there are any benefits in opting for wool. One is the natural oils that are present in the material from the moment it is shorn from the sheep, making it a durable and resistant material to a variety of stains and the vigour of modern family life. But if your think that wool rugs are old fashioned, take another look… now dyed in a range of colours and created in a huge number of patterns, the UK wool industry is experiencing something of a revival in recent years.

Cotton – another natural fibre that makes great rugs, simply because they can be dyed in a range of colours, from the stronger shades through to the pastel shades that are popular in 2014. They can be used in virtually any part of the home with many small enough to be washed in the washing machine, usually on a cold wash with minimal detergent.

Other natural fibres – seagrass and jute are two other fibres which are popular for people looking for natural materials for their homes. Easily cleanable, they fit in with many homes but are not so robust at withstanding the rigour of daily life but, they do offer great resistance to humidity in the bathroom.

Synthetic – the other material choice with rugs in man-made or synthetic materials. They hold their colour well and are relatively inexpensive compared to some natural fibre rugs but they can, according to some people, lack the softness and texture of natural fibres. But, not only are they robust, they can be cleaned using a variety of carpet cleaning substances or shampoos.

How the rug is made can also add a certain texture to a room, something that many people crave for when looking to modernise their homes. Once you have decided on the material, take some time to look at the construction of the rug and what it can offer you and your interior design.

Hand-knotted is probably the most expensive rug in the market simply because it takes time, effort and skill, with each individual strand knotted by hand BUT, what you do get from a hand knotted rug is a strong, robust rug, usually made from a high quality material such as wool. However, if you plan on placing your rug in a high traffic area, you may find it soon buckled under the pressure of pounding feet! Robust but needs gentle care in exchange for a desirable rig that visitors will comment on for years to come…

Hand-tufted is not to be confused with hand knotted but takes a reasonable amount of time. The fabric is stretched across a frame, with a chosen design printed on it and the material is then applied and created with a tufting tool, meaning it is simply pulled through the fabric. A careful process it produces a delightful rug, again for admiration and low traffic areas.

Hand-loomed rugs offer an increase in design option that other construction process of rugs cannot offer. The designs can be intricate and different textures and finishes can be created too.

Power-loomed is the construction technique used in many mass produced rugs, simply because it is fast and less labour intensive. What this means for the consumer, of course, is the ability to purchase a high quality rug, in various designs and colours that is a more cost-effective solution that the others.

Now you have an idea of materials and construction, which both inform the price of the rug, all you need to do know id decide on the colour and any pattern that you think will add an extra layer of modernity to your room or space!

Here’s a quick round up of 2014 trends when it comes to rugs…

Brighten up a room with a well-placed rug in one of 2014’s in colours: deep purples, with smattering of lighter shades of pinks is a real modern trend or maybe take a look at the array of blues on offer. For a real modern twist, select a colour palette that effortless flow from one end on the one-colour spectrum to the other, from the darkest of purples to the lightest of sugar pinks, for example.

Patterned Rug

Add a golden glow with a hint of gold or brass to be truly on top of the 2014 trends. Brass is the accessory colour, suitable for any home but choose a rug that complements this, in reach earthy tones and strong colours. Stay away from the almost luminous, bright brash colours, but don’t compromise on strength. Think golden glow!
Patterns are still very much in for the season on 2014, but the dotty patterns can be a real must. However, don’t think this has to be a mix of colours of a monochrome dotty rug is a 2014 must have – with a brief appearance by a third colour; opt for monochrome patterns with a third vibrant, strong colour, such as purples, blues or even a splash of turquoise, It is a nod to the strong colours of the 1980s, but is not a complete return to the block colours.

And finally, if you enjoy the warmth of the tropics bring the greens and the heat into your room, with a rug decorated larger-than-life vines or green shoots and leaves. Perfect for brightening any space.
Chris from TheRugRetailer has been selling rugs for over a decade. With thousands of products to choose from he has been providing sublime products all throughout the UK for 15 years. The Rug Retailer G+

Interior design tips – use rugs to bring together an amazing scheme for your home!

April 14th, 2014

Do you sometimes look at a room and think there is something missing, or maybe it needs something adding to it, to uplift it? Or maybe you feel that it needs ‘tying together’ as the room feels like it is a collection of bits and pieces, not really tied together, either with colour or accessories.
Rugs can be a great, inexpensive way to add a new lease of life or a little bit of zest to a well-worn colour scheme, making it look like new. Why not try these tips to uplift the interior design of your home?

1. Define the area

Many homes are open plan, with the kitchen area flowing into the dining area, an effortless flow through to the living area. But, occasionally, even in open plan homes areas need to be defined and adding rugs can do just that. You can add a splash of colour with a large rug in the lounge or seating area, or maybe you feel you need a muted –colour rug to complement the colour scheme in the dining ‘room’. Whichever ‘look’ or definition you are aiming for, there is rug out there perfect for you.

Funk Rugs

2. Add more than one

The traditional way of using rugs was to have one, usually half-moon shaped in front of the roaring open fire. One rug did everything but now, it is accepted that a room, of any size or proportion can have more than one rug but follow this simple rule – make sure they are differing sizes.

3. Complement more than one rug in a room

You need a theme or a colour scheme to tie these rugs together in a design sense. Having no rhyme nor reason to the rugs will simply mean it looks thrown together, with a jarring, almost clashing result. Create a sense of harmony with a colour thread throughout the rugs you choose.

4. Start with the rug

All too often, when it comes to rejuvenating the décor, people decorate first and then start the long hunt for the right tug in the right shade in the right size and proportion. Start the other way round! Find the rug first and build on from there. Bear in mind the latest 2014 colours and schemes too, taking elements you like and make these the theme running through the scheme.

5. Rugs are versatile

Neutral décor and lightly toned furniture? Add a pizzazz of colour with a rug or brightly coloured walls, pattern wallpaper and soft furnishing may need tying together with a neutral coloured rug. The versatility of this floor covering is never-ending…

6. Create an interesting, vocal point

Rugs have been traditional crafted in many cultures for centuries; the fibres are natural, dyed before use and created by a master craftsman, the skills handed down over generations. Consumers are once again recognising that tradition and quality walk hand in hand and by investing in such a rug, they are adding an amazing vocal point to a room.

Find it difficult to choose which rug? Take a look at what The Independent thinks are the top 10 rug choices for your home,

7. Not just for the floor!

The traditional place for a rug is the floor but with some of rugs being so colourful or even telling a story, many people are learning that hanging a rug is a great way of still adding warmth and colour into a room, as well as visual appeal.

8. Shapes

Don’t be frightened to ring the changes or think outside the rectangle when it comes to rugs. Traditionally square or rectangle, there are many shapes and sizes, not just the half-moon or the circle shapes; there are more too! Take another look!

Shaped Rug

9. Create an illusion

Larger rugs are a great way of ‘carpeting’ a room without the need for edge-to-edge carpets and underlay etc. If you want a rug that will cover the vast majority of the floor, maintain a 3 foot gap around the edge of the room and the rug, this way you will create an illusion that the room is bigger than it is…

10. Runners

Rugs that are long and narrow in shape are perfect for the hallway not just for adding warmth and colour, but for leading the eye along a hallway and into the next room or space beyond.
What kind of interior design ‘character’ do you have?

Some people are seemingly brave; they seem to use and embrace a range of colours that just work, somehow. Others are slightly more reticent using colour hence they tend to stick with neutral shades, from beige through to greys.
Rugs give you the best of both worlds; for those who are brave with colour, you can add to the palette or you can use a rug to subdue a bright, hot scheme. For those of use shy of the bright, bolder scheme in our spaces, you can use a rug, in any shape, block colour or pattern, to add an interesting vocal point.

And, the great thing about rugs is that when you want to vamp it up or tone it down, all you need to do is effectively change the rug! Add bold patterns, subdue with monochrome, traditionally styled rugs do simply ring the changes with a colour that really does complement the space.
How would you use your chosen interior design scheme? Are you brave?!

This article was written by Chris from The Rug Retailer. Chris writes for numerous blogs and on our own blog here at The Rug Retailer. For more articles please check out our G+ page TheRugRetailer

Revitalise your home ready for spring and summer with rugs for 2014

April 7th, 2014

Do you like the idea of ringing the changes with a new rug for Spring 2014 but don’t know where to start or what is currently THE colour… and what is not? Look no further! We have the answers here and we think you will love it!
Spring is a time of regeneration, when the dormant flora and fauna starts to spring back into life; we see delightful lambs gambolling in the fields, daffodils swaying in the light and warmer breeze.

It is also a time when we add a much needed splash of colour and brightness to any home after the grey overcast dullness of winter, take a step in the right direction and work the ‘rug colour’ of the year 2014 into your spring décor.

Pink Flowers (1st image)

Opportune as it seems that the colour palette for 2014 has softened so much since earlier seasons colour that once hot and bright, look overly so when compared to the colour of 2014.

Inviting in spring

Described as “an enchanting harmony or fuchsia, purple and pink undertones” this colour inspires the joy that we feel with the creeping warmth of spring and the promise of new growth, new challenges and the adventures of summer to come.” Panatone suggest using this colour within an interior design scheme to ‘accent pieces and accessories’ and, with rugs being such a key featured accessories in so many homes, why not take a look at rugs of this colour and hue?

Use ‘radiant orchid’ as your splash of colour in a neutral scheme

Interior design schemes are trumpeting the use of neutral colours and shading again, suggesting that greys, beige and taupe schemes are the way forward for all contemporary homeowners, with key accent pieces like a radiant orchid coloured rug to lift and enhance the room. The key point is subtlety, not brashness, more a gentle romancing of the eye and mood rather than a brash, full speed assault of the vision and senses.

Purple not your colour? That’s fine as there are other colours on the horizon too

Green was the colour of 2013 in rugs, as well as in many differing aspects of interior design and other sectors. The ‘alternative’ to purple is blue for this season but not just blue – dazzling blue! Hues play an important part too, with strong blues complemented with softer shades, like lavender bluish-grey.

So many thoughts, so many colour schemes

But patterns are still part of the spring trend 204 too and there still just as many to choose from. If your home is not undergoing a complete change, more a sprucing up of various rooms or simply adding a new dimension patterned rugs are a great addition.

Take your pick from…

The popular monochrome colour schemes that seem not to be aging or falling out of fashion with consumers, possibly because it is a trusted and workable duo. Team it with lighter toned furniture rather than the older style, darker wood. However, 2014 adds an unexpected twist with the addition of a third colour to the two-tone scheme. Add a hint of pink or a warm turquoise or blue as a third complimentary colour.

Animal hides are still popular too but in the interest of conservation and eco-friendliness, consumer are obviously demanding the faux alternative. But, the earlier versions of ‘pretend’ zebra patterns or tiger rugs have long gone, replaced by an uncanny resemblance to the ‘real thing’. Add a 2014 dimension by layering these faux animal hides.

Another great accent piece is the continuing use of a dhurrie, a traditional Indian rug that can conveniently add a splash of much needed colour to any room, especially with the colour schemes of 2014 being so muted and neutral. Cost-effective too, they are still popular choices for so many consumers. In earthy colours such as blues, greens and oranges it is easy to see how they fit in the latest colour schemes.
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Either way, the arrival of spring is a signal that it is time to take a fresh, new look at the colours in our homes. Changing the carpet or upgrading the laminate is not something we can do every year, with the costs of living and other expenses making these kinds of activities a once-every-few-years upgrade!

Rugs, however, are a far more affordable commodity that can be changed with the seasons! Likewise, the advances in manufacturing techniques mean that rugs can be easily cleaned and washed too.

Colours to avoid?

The great thing about your home is that it is exactly that – YOUR home! You decide what you like and you create the perfect spaces from there, with the colours that you think work and compliment your busy life. The same goes for patterns but if you are looking to revitalise a tired space this year, the colours we’ve talked about, along with the patterns are the shades and hues you will come by. Take time to create your perfect colour scheme and if you see a rug you simply must have, take your inspiration from the colours, the patterns as well as how it inspires you.

TheRugRetailer has been selling and writing about rugs for nearly twenty years and due to this has extensive knowledge within the realms of interior design. Please browse around our online store or Visit our Google+ page to see other articles we have written.

Rugs for Teenagers

April 4th, 2014

Teenagers are notoriously hard to please, if you’re updating a teenage bedroom, then these trendy eye-catching rugs will be sure to please even the fussiest and stroppiest of them!

With their bright colours and quality sturdy construction, these easy clean rugs are easy to maintain and sure to be a hit. Team them with a new duvet cover in a complimentary colour and you’ve instantly updated their room. You’ll be the coolest parent ever! Stock up on snacks, as they won’t be able to wait to show their friends!

Pop Art Rugs

Pop Art Rugs


Our Pop Art Range comes in four designs, from an abstract ‘Splash’, to the blue and green ‘Skateboard’ design, and ‘Retro’ which comes in multi colours or black and white for a more understated retro look. You’ll be sure to find one that suits their personality. Just take a look at this just uploaded collection of high quality teenagers rugs, they’re guaranteed to impress even the hardest to please of the Xbox savvy generation! Machine woven from easy clean polypropylene, this new range is not only anti-static, hard-wearing and colour-fast but also damn right funky!
urban kids

urban kids


Why not check out another of our ranges suitable for teenagers, the Urban Kidz range is high on energy, colour and attitude! Ideal for the coolest of bedrooms or playrooms!

Win A Shaggy Plush Rug Worth £295.00 – Choose From 12 Colours

March 31st, 2014
Win A Plush Rug Worth £295.00

Win A Plush Rug Worth £295.00

The Rug Retailer has gone competition mad!! We are helping one lucky customer to transform their decor with a sought after Plush shaggy rug. Plush rugs have an incredible 9cm pile height and a staggering 5.0 Kg/m2 overall weight. The winner can choose between 12 colours in any size up to and including 160x230cm. To view colours / sizes click here, Plush Shaggy Rugs.

All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning is answer the following simple question.

How high is the pile in cm on a Plush rug?

Please email your answer to webmaster@therugretailer.co.uk

Please include your name & contact number.
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Competition closing date, Friday 30th of April.

Winner will be drawn at random.

UK residents only.

Terms & Conditions
1) Competitions are open to all UK residents over the age of 18. If you are an employee of The Rug Retailer, any of their subsidiary companies, their families, agents or anyone else connected with this promotion then you will not be eligible to enter this competition.
2) Competitions and promotions are in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook. You are providing your information to The Rug Retailer and not to Facebook or any other 3rd party. By entering our competition, you are agreeing to your personal information being used to confirm if you have won.
3) The closing date for cometitions are detailed on each individual competition entry webpage. Entries received after this time will not be entered into this competition. The competition closing date may be extended at any time.
4) To enter you must send us, the answer to the question, your name, email address and contact phone number (not required but helpful).
5) Winners will be chosen on the date mentioned within the competition page. The winner(s) will receive the mentioned prize. Winners will be chosen at The Rug Retailer absolute discretion from all valid entries and notified via details provided on entry. The Rug Retailers decision is final. If The Rug Retailer is unable to contact the winner within a 96 hour period then we will be entitled to withdraw the offer and another winner will be selected.
6) The Rug Retailer reserves the right to substitute a prize of the same, higher or lower value should the specified prize become unavailable for reasons beyond its control. Cash or credit alternatives will not be offered. The prize is not transferable in the event of fraud, abuse, and/or an error affecting the proper operation of the promotion, including the allocation of more prizes than are available. The Rug Retailer reserves the right to end or suspend the promotion or to amend these terms & conditions.
7) The winners may be required to participate in publicity connected with this promotion and it is a condition of entry that the winner(s) agree to their name and country of residence being made publicly available if they win.
8) The Rug Retailer will not be liable for any failure of receipt of entries and takes no responsibility for entries that are lost, delayed, illegible, corrupted, damaged, incomplete or otherwise invalid.
9) If any provision of these terms and conditions is held invalid by any law, rule, order or regulation of any government, or by the final determination of any court of a competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the enforceability of any other provisions not held to be invalid.
10) The Rug Retailers decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
11) This promotion is governed by English law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
12) The Promoter of the competition is The Rug Retailer.
13) For any queries or complaints relating to this competition, please email sales@rugretailer.co.uk
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New Animal Print Shaggy Pile Rugs – Zebra / Leopard

March 28th, 2014

Make a bold statement in your room. Take a look at our just uploaded Hamburg collection, featuring these stunning animal prints. A luxurious shaggy pile rug, this collection is available in 4 sizes including a large 200x290cm size. The perfect rug for cosy and relaxing hours at home! Click Here

New Shaggy Pile Animal Prints

New Shaggy Pile Animal Prints

Designer Tom Tailor Soft Rugs – New Colour Update

March 22nd, 2014

Searching for a designer rug can be a daunting task. Balancing a designer price tag with value for money is one problem. Then there’s the problem of, do I actually like the rug or is it the name / brand I like. Am I just buying the rug to name drop when friends / family pop round. (There’s nothing wrong with that by the way, I’d tell everyone that pops in)

So what am I getting at?

Ok its the new colours in our Tom Tailor Soft range.

Tom Tailor Soft Atlantis Blue Rugs

Tom Tailor Soft Atlantis Blue Rugs

Tom Tailor Soft Light Purple Rugs

Tom Tailor Soft Light Purple Rugs

Tom Tailor is famous around Europe for their designer clothes and soft furnishings. http://www.tom-tailor.com/en/

Tom Tailor Soft Mint Green Rugs

Tom Tailor Soft Mint Green Rugs

Tom Tailor Soft Anthracite Rugs

Tom Tailor Soft Anthracite Rugs

This stunning range is available in no more than 20 different colours. There’s no shortage of sizes either, each colour is available in 7 different sizes including a square rug and a circle.
Check-out the cool multi coloured design, wow.

Tom Tailor Soft Black Rugs

Tom Tailor Soft Black Rugs

Tom Tailor Soft Sunflower Yellow Rugs

Tom Tailor Soft Sunflower Yellow Rugs

Check out our website for more Tom Tailor collections and more designer rugs.

Ok, here is my fav.

Tom Tailor Funky Multi Colours

Tom Tailor Funky Multi Colours

Orange Rugs – The Big Trend For 2014?

March 14th, 2014

Orange!!!

Orange apparently is the big trend in home furnishings and fashion this year. If the people in the know are correct then its worth a quick blog on whats hot.

Lets see what we got.

Vintage Orange Rugs

Vintage Orange

Splendour Deluxe Rugs

Splendour Deluxe Rugs

Vintage is a distressed look chenille tapestry rug, they’re stunning and as popular as a 10 year olds Xbox.
Splendour Deluxe rugs are a multi textured shaggy rug with an ultra fine micro-fibre yarn.

Matrix Wire Orange Rugs

Matrix Wire Orange Rugs

Rocky Orange Rugs

Rocky Orange Rugs

Matrix wire rugs are part of the super popular Matrix collection, handmade from pure wool in a vast range of sizes and designs.
Rocky, made from felted wool in 8 colours including orange, this range brings a new dimension to the phrase ‘shaggy rugs’

Tom Tailor Soft Orange Rugs

Tom Tailor Soft Orange Rugs

Esprit Summer Fun Orange Rugs

Esprit Summer Fun Orange Rugs

Our Designer Soft collection is commissioned by the famous fashion designer ‘Tom Tailor’ now available in both plain and multi coloured patterns. WOW
Esprit Summer fun is a cheery rug tufted with in a lovely graduated colour scheme, orange of course!

Kevin Hill update, he’s started his own business and bought some really minging shoes! (He gets annoyed if he doesn’t get a mention now!)

Competition Time – Win £100 Off Any Rug Or Rugs In Our Online Rug Store

March 5th, 2014

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At The Rug Retailer, we know a rug can change the appearance of a room in a single purchase. With spring just around the corner, now is as good a time as any to freshen up a living space.

With this in mind on Friday 11th of April we’ll be giving one lucky person £100 to spend in our online shop.
All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning is answer the following simple question.

Which is more fire retardant a wool rug or an acrylic rug?

Please email your answer to webmaster@therugretailer.co.uk

Please include your name & contact number.
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Competition closing date, Friday 11th of April.

Winner will be drawn at random.

UK residents only.


Congratulations to Mrs Wright, you have won £100.00 off any rug.
We have sent you an email with your code.

Terms & Conditions
1) Competitions are open to all UK residents over the age of 18. If you are an employee of The Rug Retailer, any of their subsidiary companies, their families, agents or anyone else connected with this promotion then you will not be eligible to enter this competition.
2) Competitions and promotions are in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook. You are providing your information to The Rug Retailer and not to Facebook or any other 3rd party. By entering our competition, you are agreeing to your personal information being used to confirm if you have won.
3) The closing date for cometitions are detailed on each individual competition entry webpage. Entries received after this time will not be entered into this competition. The competition closing date may be extended at any time.
4) To enter you must send us, the answer to the question, your name, email address and contact phone number (not required but helpful).
5) Winners will be chosen on the date mentioned within the competition page. The winner(s) will receive the mentioned prize. Winners will be chosen at The Rug Retailer absolute discretion from all valid entries and notified via details provided on entry. The Rug Retailers decision is final. If The Rug Retailer is unable to contact the winner within a 96 hour period then we will be entitled to withdraw the offer and another winner will be selected.
6) The Rug Retailer reserves the right to substitute a prize of the same, higher or lower value should the specified prize become unavailable for reasons beyond its control. Cash or credit alternatives will not be offered. The prize is not transferable in the event of fraud, abuse, and/or an error affecting the proper operation of the promotion, including the allocation of more prizes than are available. The Rug Retailer reserves the right to end or suspend the promotion or to amend these terms & conditions.
7) The winners may be required to participate in publicity connected with this promotion and it is a condition of entry that the winner(s) agree to their name and country of residence being made publicly available if they win.
8) The Rug Retailer will not be liable for any failure of receipt of entries and takes no responsibility for entries that are lost, delayed, illegible, corrupted, damaged, incomplete or otherwise invalid.
9) If any provision of these terms and conditions is held invalid by any law, rule, order or regulation of any government, or by the final determination of any court of a competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the enforceability of any other provisions not held to be invalid.
10) The Rug Retailers decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
11) This promotion is governed by English law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
12) The Promoter of the competition is The Rug Retailer.
13) For any queries or complaints relating to this competition, please email webmaster@therugretailer.co.uk

New Rugs, Old Rugs, Man United & Kevin Hill

March 1st, 2014

Fed Up!

The government has done its best to fleece as much Tax and Vat as possible out of The Rug Retailer! My beloved Manchester United are playing like a Sunday league team. Well not that good! Honestly the Olympiakos game was the worst I’ve seen them play EVER!!
I’ve ran out of Pop Tarts and my friend Kevin Hill has lost his job at Pilkington glass.

Kevin Hill

Kevin Hill


So to cheer myself up I’m blogging about some new and exciting ranges we’ve added to our website.
First of all let’s look at some discontinued ranges, stocks limited so if you like any BUY NOW!
Matrix MA09 are all discontinued, all designs starting MA09 in the Matrix collection are been phased out, all MAX designs are new and around to stay, for a few years at least!
matrix-rugs

matrix-rugs


Fade rugs, which are newish, are all discontinued; the manufacture has stopped making them. We still have large stocks though at the moment.
Sprit rugs, most are now discounted, but new designs are on the way.

Romany washable rugs, only the core colours, Cherry, Coffee, Suede, Chocolate, Cerise and Magnolia are carrying on, all the rest are been phased out.
Many ranges are been revamped with exciting designs are colours been added.

So a quick look at some of our new ranges.

In our shaggy rug collection we have a few new ranges.

Have a look at Canada 3D, this micro-fibre collection is woven with texture and style in mind. The 3 dimensional pile is ‘Boss’ as the liverpudlians say!

Canada-rugs

Canada-rugs


Another shaggy collection worth a mention is our Ecuador shaggy range. This is made in 6 earthy colours and the pile is a staggering 4.8 kg /m2 in weight, large sizes are available which is good!
Venezuela is a patterned, handmade shaggy range which is also available in 3 plain colours which feature twinkling Lurex fibre.
Right I’m getting hungry now so after looking at out new Traditional ranges I’m off out for food.
Arabia, this range sells itself, if it were a boxer it would be Mike Tyson!
How many rugs can boast of having 1.500.000 points (yarns) per square metre? Not many!
Arabia-rugs

Arabia-rugs


Greece, not your normal floral pattern but more geometric, this range is stunning! Woven from high-density acrylic which is heat shrunk to give a lovely 3d effect, add Lurex and wow wee!
Greece-Rugs

Greece-Rugs


Denmark rugs bridge the gap between traditional and contemporary, very similar to our Greece range in construction and feature black and silvers. Oh nearly forgot the Lurex bit! < Very popular.
Denmark rugs

Denmark rugs


Ok, thats me done for today. Hoover the showroom, clean the cups and lock-up!