Designer Rugs offers the very best in Textured rugs and carpets
December 7th, 2009
Designer Rugs textures collection presents a trademark of quality through the use of a limitless colour palette, dynamic patterns and textures.
Born to connect spaces and define style, the extensive collection is hand-made and has minimal shedding. All textured Designer Rugs provide flexibility, ensuring suitability for use in any commercial or residential environment.
Designer Rugs has established a reputation for being specialists in customising textured rugs and carpets, offering a diverse range including twisted and felted yarns as well as coral and shag piles.
All products are made of 100% New Zealand wool and wool rich blends, with silk and viscose and can be made in any colour or sized desired including inlay, wall to wall carpet, hall runners and much more.
One of their most popular products is ‘Coral Shag/Coral Cut Pile’, an illusion of coral along the ocean floor with a black or white core. Likewise, there is ‘Napoleon Shag’, the best selling textured product that can be coloured in any way desired and ‘Velour’, which embodies style and elegance.
While custom colour and sizing are available for most ranges, Designer Rugs also provides stock sizes, 170 x 240cm and 200 x 300cm ready of immediate purchase.
A number of textured rugs and carpets have been installed in high-profile commercial and residential projects around Australia, such as Waterfront Apartments in Canberra, Grosvenor Place in Sydney and Riparian Plaza in Brisbane. The complete collection is available in your nearest showroom.
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