In a design referencing the beautiful vistas of Lake Derwentwater, Wilton Carpets has crafted a beautiful bespoke axminster carpet for the newly refurbished Lodore Falls Hotel, a lakeside landmark for over 200-years.
Conceived by Greyline Interior Design and made real by the design team at Wilton Carpets, the natural rock pattern echoes the dramatic landscape of the Lake District, featuring in a neutral palette to complement the hotel&r... read more
Created to meet the needs of the pub and leisure industry, Artisan is the latest collection to come from the design team at Wilton Carpets; a multi-layer approach that brings new meaning to classic florals and damasks, as well as modern geometrics.
Continuing a stream of new launches from the Wiltshire-based woven carpet specialist, the collection brings contemporary combinations of pattern and colour in styles that bring authenticity, ... read more
Wilton Carpets has launched the Mansion collection of luxury axminster carpet, inspired by London’s historic mansion buildings. Created by the Wilton Carpets design team, this hand-picked collection relies on strong linear geometrics, echoing the period features of these illustrious buildings, which are considered among the city’s most unique architectural treasures.
Made for communal areas in luxury apartment buildings, but... read more
“We set out to make this new collection our first focused solely on inspirational design and the result doesn’t disappoint.” Says Damian Roscoe, head of creative, on the latest collection from Wilton Carpets. “Inspired by a natural aesthetic with an emphasis on textures and layers, Ethereal delights in the beauty of decay on a backdrop of classically beautiful pattern.”
With worn Persian effects, deconstruc... read more
For those of you who didn’t know, most of the carpets made here at Wilton are wool-rich, crafted in Wiltshire using 80% wool. Of the wool used, around 80% comes from dedicated and hard-working sheep farmers across Britain. Wool carpet from Wilton really is a British affair and for good reason.
There are more than 60 breeds of British sheep – New Zealand has just four, despite producing more than five times the volume of wool... read more