Signature Floorcoverings is taking custom woven carpet to a new level. Signature’s skilled textile designers and technicians will transform your creative ideas into a beautiful woven carpet that will feature your design for years to come.
March 22nd, 2011
There are many advantages of Custom Woven Carpet, to create a unique carpet design, endless pattern and colour opportunities, large scale patterns made possible, and carpet designs that can be reproduced in different weights for various applications.
Anything is possible with Signature Floorcoverings woven carpets. Signature’s In-House Design Studio can turn every concept into a beautiful woven carpet, using the latest electronic jacquard looms. Up to 12 colours can be used per design.
To recognize the creative use of custom made woven carpet Signature has launched its 2012 Design Awards together with its media partner Indesign.
Signature Floorcoverings’ woven carpet manufacturing facility, with its state of the art weaving equipment has produced carpets for over 50 years. Only the highest quality raw materials from wool to nylon to solution dyed nylon are used (Woolmark Blend Certification, British Woolmark and New Zealand Woolmark licensed).
Signature’s manufacturing facility is a member of the World Floorcovering Association and CRI Indoor Air Quality Testing program. It’s Wilton and Axminster carpets are accredited by IMO for marine installation and are also certified for aircraft by General Administration of Civil Aviation, CCAR-21-R2.
Signature Floorcoverings is a member of the Green Building Council of Australia. Our manufacturing facility is ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 accredited. Our design collection aims to maximize Green Star credits.
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