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
Sparking creativity to create beautiful floor layouts, Catalyst is the latest versatile and inspirational tufted carpet collection from Wilton Carpets.
Wilton has carefully selected over 40 striking and adaptable designs to provide the inspiration for layouts that bring the beauty and individuality of bespoke carpet. Catalyst patterns can be combined, changed, amended and re-coloured bringing limitless design potential.
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Wilton Carpets’ hugely successful tufted carpet portfolio has been strengthened further with the introduction of Berwick, a collection of 14 trend-led and thoroughly modern herringbone and stripe styles that are ideal for use in a wide range of hospitality environments.
In a high-performance 80/20 wool-rich tufted construction, Berwick gives designers a great opportunity to introduce on-trend linear and herringbone styles in areas... read more
How a carpet is constructed dictates performance and appearance, so understanding the difference is important in correct specification within hospitality and leisure locations. Choose the wrong carpet construction for the job at hand and it could cost you money, either through premature wear or over-specification. As always, knowledge is power, so we’ve put together the below guide to help you through the fog.
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Ready to Weave axminster carpet from Wilton Carpets has been used to transform the auditorium of The Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton, bringing an elegance fitting of the Victorian interior.
Designed by eminent theatre architect, Charles J. Phillips, The Grand Theatre, Woverhampton has been a focal point of the city since the late 19th Century. As part of a refurbishment of the theatre, some 900m2 of axminster carpet m... read more