Traditionally woven and expertly crafted, the Axminster-woven rugs are made in the Netherlands. Mostly made from woollen yarns that have various textures and thickness, this collection also features a large number of rugs that are designed with felted or special treated yarns that will minimise shedding, perfect for busy homes.
The rugs have a unique and luxurious look, achieved by combining different textures and fibre structures with various colours, with a striking effect that will surely impress. The Fusion, Spheric or the Hermitage Adore range have a lower and even pile height (v-pile), whilst the Rocks and Steel rugs have a mesmerising tie dye appearance, and open shaggy structure. Alongside the Axminster-woven rugs range, here you can also find modern or classic runners, available in 2 widths.
Hand Knotted Rugs
The epitome of traditional, hand-made rugs, the Kodari, Everest, and Himali ranges feature hand knotted rugs that are created according to age-old, traditional Tibetan highland knotting methods. The rugs from the Kodari and Everest range are made with a wool blend of 70% New-Zealand wool and 30% Tibetan highland wool, perfect for rich and vivid colours. In this collection you will discover various floral, patchwork, and nature-inspired designs, ideal to bring a brightening, cheerful tone into an urban flat or to complete an eclectic décor. The Himali range displays a gorgeous array of ethnically inspired patterns and designs, hand knotted in Nepal from high quality Tibetan wool. Since this wool has subtle grey undertones, it is the perfect medium for earthy tones, but it can also transform gorgeous colours into vivid shades you’ll love to admire.
Hand Tufted Rugs
Bright colours, mesmerising designs, and hand carved details can all be found in the hand tufted collection from Brink & Campman. The rugs display modern or classic patterns, in powerful shades, or elegant, neutral colours, to suit any type of taste and décor. From the Estella range, to the Japanese acrylic pile Xian, the rugs have hand tufted qualities and details, to make different colours stand out within a design.