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Rugs Carpet & Design

Hand tufted rugs and wall-to-wall carpets designed by Sandii Malka.

Rugs Carpet & Design


April 12th, 2010

Rugs Carpet & Design (RC&D) specialise in tailor made rugs and carpet, working closely with designers to meet the most stringent design briefs to achieve unique rugs.

The designers are constantly searching for new and innovative fibres and materials to achieve unique looking products that set new trends in the market.

Using New Zealand wools, felted wools, semi worsted wools, merino wools, silk, linen, bamboo, nettell, hemp combined with tufting and knotting techniques, RC&D achieve spectacular designs and textures.

Their designers are inspired by old classical patterns, that are given a transformation and a contemporary feel and application by implementing our innovative fibres, weaving techniques, and current trendy colours and embellishments.

Their designers have perfected a large range of wall-to-wall carpets using the above materials and techniques.  

The hand sculpting and bevelling technique used to create the Pyramid design adds to the luscious look and feel of this design.

Our showrooms are beautifully decked out with hundreds samples & rugs, displaying an array of colour, fibres and techniques of the designer rug and carpet world.



100% NZ Wool, 100% NZ Semi Worsted Wool & Viscose


Standard stock sizes: 1.83 x 2.75m and 2.3 x 2.9 and custom made to any size.

Hero image Celestial – Hand tufted, 100% NZ Semi Worsted wool & Viscose


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Pyramids – Hand tufted, 100% NZ Wool, Detailed Carving

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