Our carpets come from some of the most world-renowned manufacturers and suppliers, and as such are of an excellent quality, mainly being 80% wool / 20% nylon for an outstanding performance, or even 100% wool for a more luxurious feel. Most can be delivered and fitted within a month though this can be quicker if we have what you want in stock.

Carpets are warm, soft and comfortable and most can be laid over underfloor heating, though in this situation consideration has to be taken when selecting an underlay.

If you have a need for a particular colour for your interior design we can arrange for a colour sample to be sent to you, for your approval, prior to placing the order. Any shade can be produced using the latest colour spectrum technology with this taking approximately 8 weeks from ordering to completion.

Alternative Flooring

The clue is in the name with Alternative Flooring; this is a modern company that dares to be different. Described as a beacon of creativity and innovation, Alternative Flooring is determined to stand out as a manufacturer, and provide an interesting alternative for your home.

If you are looking for something different, Alternative Flooring is a great fit, although the company also offer more traditional carpets. Their mix of new and inspiring designs with authentic natural classics means their carpets can suit everything from a new build to a period home.

Quality in all areas is important to Alternative Flooring, so their fully range of products are ethically and sustainably sourced. Their ‘Eco Collection’ is the first biodegradable carpet to be launched in the United Kingdom and the hand-woven carpets highlight the company’s drive for environmental friendliness.

If you are looking for the quality of a traditional carpet but with a modern twist, Alternative Flooring is the perfect choice. They offer both fine and chunky wools depending on the look that you want for your home, and the feel you want underfoot.

Alongside the wool carpets, Alternative Flooring has a wide range of natural options. The company says nature inspires them to create something original, and they certainly offer that. They have scoured the world to find the right materials and now use coir and jute from India, grass from the coastal regions of China and Vietnam and sisal from the Mexican Gulf

Alternative Flooring offers a wide range of interesting runners and rugs, which can be fabricated to meet your precise demands. Seven of their popular carpet ranges are also available as runners, while they have also worked with top British designers on their Quirky range of colourful, pattered runners, to make your home that little bit alternative.

Alternative Flooring

Adam Carpets

The award-winning Adam Carpets is a family-run business that has passed down its specialist skills through the generations. The company has been manufacturing its carpets in Kidderminster for more than 80 years, and are proud that every colour in every range that they offer is made at their UK factory.

From their focus on the development of new manufacturing methods to their achievement as the first manufacturer in the UK to produce five metre wide carpet, Adam Carpets has always focused on innovation and meeting customers’ needs. Their experience has resulted in many carpets that were first introduced decades ago still being in demand today.

Adam Carpets is renowned for its vast colour bank and the company even has its own dye house on site, so special colours can be produced to meet clients’ demands. Its main lines can offer up to 65 colours and a wide choice of plains, stripes or patterns. They currently offer 17 different ranges within the Adam Carpets brand.

The company’s manufacturing process predominantly uses blends of 80% wool and 20% nylon to offer soft, luxurious carpets that will also last. Adam Carpets uses both British wool and New Zealand wool in manufacturing its products as they believe British wool gives the carpet strength and durability while the softer and lighter New Zealand wool is more suitable for lighter coloured carpets.

With a family history in the carpet business stretching back to 1860 Adam Carpets is a family business with family values. Their drive to make sure every carpet is perfect for your family involves a rigorous testing procedure for every batch of carpet they produce as they want the carpet that gets laid in your home to be one they would be happy to have in theirs.

Adams Carpets

Brintons Carpets

Brintons is a long-established British brand, which has been making carpets in Kidderminster for more than two centuries. They bring that wealth of experience to every carpet they produce, so when you choose a Brintons carpet you are guaranteed a quality product that will stand the test of time.

Brintons invented the ‘Brintons Blend’ in the 1950s, and they are still producing carpets with a combination of 80% wool and 20% nylon today. The blend offers all the aesthetic benefits of wool in a more durable form. As a company, Brintons is the single largest user of British wool, with the British Wool Marketing Board estimating that the wool from one in nine British sheep ends up in a Brintons carpet.

All designs and colours are developed in the Brintons studios so their range is truly unique. Whether you are looking for a muted classic or a bold statement carpet, there should be a Brintons design to suit. They manufacture two constructions of woven carpet; Wilton for textured plains and Axminster for superior pattern definition.

At Brintons, the attention to detail even stretches to designing and building all their own looms. That control of the manufacturing process means their skilled workers can combine high quality raw materials in a perfect blend so the carpet in your home meets all your expectations.

Brintons say they are passionate about the products they make, and insist on the highest quality at all times. That focus is reflected in every metre of Brintons carpet being inspected by eye twice and finished by hand before leaving the factory. So when it gets laid in your home you will have a beautiful, durable carpet that is guaranteed to last.


Abingdon Flooring

Abingdon Flooring is the UK’s largest manufacturer of quality carpets, with more than half a million customers choosing their products over the past 12 months. They employ 400 people across their factories in South Wales, the West Midlands and the North of England, altogether producing more than nine million square miles of carpet each year.

Abingdon offer three main carpet collections, with plenty of choice within each range. Whether you are looking for a family-friendly option that is guaranteed to remain stain-free for life, a classic wool carpet, or the luxury of deep pile with hardwearing nylon and polyester yarns, they should have the right option for you.

Their best-selling ‘Stain-free for life’ collection offers a huge choice of carpets, with 23 different options of styles and textures within the range. A popular choice with families, the ‘Stain-free for life’ carpets live up to their name and are guaranteed against all household stains. Made from zylon polypropylene, the carpets can even be cleaned with bleach to make sure the messiest member of your family doesn’t leave a mark.

The ‘Wilton Royal’ collection is Abingdon’s offering of classic wool products. The six options within the range give customers the choice of either 100% wool products or blended carpets depending on their preferences. Style and luxury is assured when you choose a ‘Wilton Royal’ carpet.

The ‘Kosset’ range suits those looking for something to sink into at home. The luxurious deep pile Saxony carpets come in hardwearing nylon and polyester yarns, so you know you will have luxury that lasts. This collection is both stylish and practical, and can even be eco-friendly. Choose the ‘Kentucky’ and you will be walking on a carpet made of recycled corn.


Axminster Carpets

Axminster Carpets holds a Royal Warrant for supplying goods and services to the Queen, so if you want to follow in royal footsteps this is the choice for you. The company has been making the best of British carpets in the Devon town of Axminster since 1755 and bring centuries of knowledge and expertise to every carpet they produce.

Choose an Axminster carpet and you are guaranteed to be receiving a classic British product, but their heritage has been brought firmly into the twenty-first century and the company offers a range of carpets to suit even the most modern of homes.

Axminster Carpets produce their entire range from British wool, and work closely with their suppliers to choose the right breeds of sheep to meet their exacting requirements. They believe that sheep bred in Britain offer wool of exceptional durability, warmth, flexibility and reliability, along with that all-important ‘bounce’ underfoot.

Once the wool has been supplied, it is turned into yarn by Axminster who make all their woven carpets with a special blend of 100% pure new wool, and their tufted options with at least 80% wool. The quality means that the carpet will not only last but continue to feel luxurious under foot for years.

Axminster Carpets are renowned for their patterns and designs. Today they offer a wide range of options from the traditional patterns in their archive, to modern plaids and checks in popular colour palettes.

When choosing a carpet you may often hear the term ‘Axminster’, which refers to the method of weaving developed by Thomas Whitty in the Devon town in 1755. Today each Axminster carpet is made using their traditional manufacturing methods and individually inspected to ensure it lives up to the high standards they have set themselves ever since Whitty established the town as a leader in carpet manufacture.

Axminister Carpets

Cavalier Carpets

From its founder’s humble beginnings selling carpet on a market stall, Cavalier Carpets built a reputation as a leading British manufacturer in the early 1970s. Today’s tastes may have moved on but the company’s commitment to providing the finest range of quality floor-coverings has remained the same.

All Cavalier Carpets are designed and made in Britain, with each product they offer going through a rigorous process of development and precise manufacture to offer a level of quality, choice and colour that feels more bespoke than ‘off the peg’.

Cavalier offer a mix of wool-rich and polypropylene carpets depending on your requirements, with a range of more than twenty different choices of style of carpet. They come in a wide selection of colours from the classics to the more unusual, all to ensure that there is the perfect fit for your home.

Buying a carpet can be a big decision, and Cavalier want you to rest assured that your choice will be the right one in the long-term. Many of their polypropylene carpets come with their ‘stain-free’ warranty. This free guarantee assures you that the carpet will resist stains by food and beverages for 10 years.

Whether it’s a cup of coffee or a glass of red wine that slips out of your hand, or a curry supper on the sofa that ends up on the floor – the stain warranty gives you peace of mind that your carpet can handle anything life, or you, throws at it. The resilient fibres have an inbuilt ability to deflect dust and dirt or spills and stains.

To ensure the finished product is one you are happy with, Cavalier Carpets have a rigorous quality control process throughout the manufacture of their products. From scrutiny of the raw yarn to a final inspection before despatch, they ensure your carpet arrives exactly how you want it.