With a commitment to quality custom-made rugs and carpets and over 20-yearsâ€™ experience, Designer Rugs has a solution for almost any application.
March 9th, 2009
Designer Rugs have established themselves as the Australian manufacturer of custom-made rugs and carpets.
Working closely with Australia’s top designers, architects and artists for the last 22 years, Designer Rugs have grown a reputation for producing leading edge, custom design.
Collaborating on collections with well-known and highly respected names – such as Akira Isogawa, Dinosaur Designs, Cloth, Catherine Martin and Aboriginal artist Minnie Pwerle – Designer Rugs remain focussed on providing custom-made rugs at a range of price points to suit almost any budget.
The in-house design service ensures a considered and experienced approach to your design, with the ability to develop rug and carpet designs for everyone from interior designers and architects to homeowners who appreciate a higher level of design sophistication.
Designer Rugs have been specified into number of iconic Australian architectural projects – becoming architect Harry Seidler’s preferred supplier – as well as taking on a growing export market to Asia, Europe and the US.
Employing contemporary hand-tufting and traditional weaving methods, the quality and durability of Designer Rugs products means, even after 20 years, their rugs and carpets still take pride of place in residential and corporate projects around the world.
With a quick turn-around, Designer Rugs’ custom-designs offer reliable and cost effective solutions without compromising on quality. Visit one of their showrooms in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Auckland today to begin your design journey.
Head Office: + 61 2 9550 9933
For national showroom locations designerrugs.com.au
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