Are you looking for a new carpet? You’re in the right place!
There are literally thousands of ranges of carpets available to us, so where do we begin? We don’t just mindlessly plaster our shop in samples – we pick the cream of the crop in terms of value, quality and design. We don’t want to palm anyone off with cheap and nasty, but we still manage to carry a good range of value for money budget carpets.
We’ve chosen some of our best sellers and carpets that we personally believe to be of excellent value for money and that give you a good representation of the carpets we sell.
Carpet Types & Styles
A berber is a loop pile heavy wearing carpet, and one of the oldest styles of carpets there is. They are both practical and cosy, and make a great choice when it comes to a long lasting carpet. They look great in natural shades, and are perfect for hallways and stairs.
Looking for some comfort underfoot? A luxury Saxony is a great carpet to have in your home. Warm, soft and with beautiful ranges, you can add a touch of class to any room with a Saxony.
A beautiful luxurious Saxony range
The Invictus range. Super soft carpets which are great for any room in the home.
An excellent choice if you have a busy and frenetic household, Stainfree Twists are easy to clean, hard wearing shorter pile carpets. Great if you have kids!
Wool Twist – Hard wearing classic wool twists
Patterned Carpets – Our range of patterned carpets are made to suit your style, whether it’s traditional or more contemporary
Striped Carpet – Bold stripes or a neutral, there’s styles to suit every taste. They’re particularly popular for stairs and hallways, or are a great way to add as a feature in your living room.
Budget Carpets – On a budget or looking for a cheap carpet? We have a full range available including naturals and twists.
Carpets By Room
Living Room Carpets
Call us on 0191 2960471 for a price on any of these carpets.
Remember that we don’t sell our carpets online, and encourage you to come in store to discover your perfect carpet for yourself. You can read why it’s better to buy carpets in store rather than online.