A traditionally made carpet with the carpet pile woven into the backing and cut to length. With a Wilton carpet a continuous fibre is woven all the way through the carpet. The fibres can then be cut to create a range of cut and loop effects. Wilton carpets are unrivalled in quality and durability and are made using the original method of carpet weaving.
The production process of an Axminster carpet is very similar to that of a Wilton carpet. The pile of the carpet is woven into the backing and cut to length, creating U-shaped tufts that give a velvety surface. This process produces a very durable carpet and a luxury finish.
The traditional processes allows for intricate designs and colours to be used providing great versatility in design
Pile tuft held in by a weave
High quality yarns used which is often reflected in the selling price
100% wool or 80/20 mix (80% wool & 20% man-made fibre)
Colours and product details illustrated are for guidance only and are as accurate as photography will allow