Carpet Tiles

The finest Carpet Tiles from the worlds leading suppliers

These are hard wearing products suitable for most areas at home and especially beneficial in a commercial situation. Modern designs can transform your office décor easily, without the upheaval usually associated with fully-fitted carpets.

Tiles at home are usually used in the kitchen, though they can be fitted elsewhere, and if a spillage does occur a tile or two can readily be changed without having to replace the whole floor.

DWA supply and install a huge range of market leading Carpet Tile products from the industries most renowned and respected manufacturers. Our expert sales team are on hand in store to provide you with all the advice and support you need when considering carpet tiles for your home or commercial premises.

Come in store today and discover how our laminate flooring options could transform your space.

Interface Carpets

Established in 1973, Interface is the world’s largest designer and maker of carpet tiles. They have a global presence yet are available right here in Guernsey. They company says that for them design is a mindset and sustainability is the journey of a lifetime, and it is an ethos reflected in their products.

Design is central to Interface, and they offer a wide range of carpet tiles in colours, patterns and sizes to suit most spaces. From muted shades to bold statements and patterns, there is an option for everybody and every room.

But for Interface, attractiveness does not come at the expense of ethics. The company has strived for sustainability with its products for the past twenty years. Their new Net Effect tiles offer the perfect example of both. Inspired by the sea, they are fabricated from recycled fishing nets bought from impoverished remote communities around the world.

Interface is concerned with the practicality of their products as well as their appearance and sustainability. Their trademarked TacTiles system allows carpet tiles to be fitted without the use of glue, meaning that the carpet can be fitted more efficiently and can eventually be removed and recycled more simply.

Interface has provided floors to a wide range of sectors, from education to hospitality, and of course office space. That expertise feeds through to the design and fitting of their carpet tiles. As a company they recognise that most people spend one third of their lives in the workplace, and believe that the right floor covering can create a warm and welcoming working environment.

Alongside their extensive portfolio of products, Interface also offer a bespoke design service with custom prints and products. So whether you are looking to co-ordinate with an existing interior or simply promote your brand at all levels, Interface could offer the answer.



Desso Carpet Tiles

Desso has built its reputation over the past eighty years, and now has a presence in more than 100 countries. Their two factories in Europe alongside a major distribution centre means that they are well placed to provide carpet tiles to Channel Island customers.

Commercial customers make up more than half of Desso’s total sales, and they count some of the world’s most well-known names amongst their clients. Their products can be found in offices, banks, retail units, public buildings, schools, universities and care centres.

Desso focuses on design, but also on functionality. This has led to pioneering solutions that can help with health and wellbeing. The company has launched a number of patented products such as the AirMaster for eight times lower fine-dust concentration compared with hard floors, and EcoBase which was rewarded with a Cradle to Cradle silver certificate.

Cradle to Cradle is an important part of Desso’s approach to manufacturing carpet tiles. They signed a partnership agreement with the Hamburg-based Environmental Protection Encouragement Agency and now look to create their products from components that are easy to disassemble and recycle into new products once their original use is over.

Recognising that most people spend 90% of their time indoors, Desso looks to create the ‘Great Indoors’ and produce carpets that improve people’s health and wellbeing when they are inside. They believe that design can have a major impact on people’s mental state of mind and therefore influence their physical condition.

At the same time, the company’s focus on functionality means they make products that add real practical value. From reducing the amount of fine dust in the indoor air to cutting down on unwanted noise, their innovations are designed to make your space more comfortable.



Milliken Carpet Tiles

Milliken Floor Covering’s parent company Milliken is one of the largest privately held companies in the world. Headquartered in South Carolina, USA, Milliken has design studios, showrooms and manufacturing facilities around the world to meet the global needs of their customers.

Milliken describe themselves as fuelled by innovation and committed to design. Their approach combines aesthetics with unique technologies to make floor coverings that are colourful, customisable, tougher, softer and more sustainable to ensure they meet all the needs of their customers.

The company takes its inspiration for its carpet tiles from all over the world. Recent collections have referenced sources ranging from graffiti street art to London’s Clerkenwell area. The constant throughout their ranges is the attention to detail and the quality of their products.

Milliken produce carpets to appeal to everyone, whether you are looking for flooring inspired by watercolours and other art forms the artistry of hand-knit textures or brightly coloured stripes. The wide range of colours and patterns means that Milliken should have something to suit whatever space you are looking for.

Milliken has been looking for innovative ways to improve people’s lives since 1865. As early as 1900 they were reusing packaging and textile materials and had their first recycling policy. More than a century later, those principles

still guide them today. As a company they encourages innovation in product design, raw material selection, manufacturing operations and merchandising materials.