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    Brintons to exhibit latest High Definition Weave collections at BCFA Open event

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    Brintons is delighted to announce it will be exhibiting its latest High Definition Weave collections at the BCFA Open, Spring Design event to take place over two days (28 – 29th March) at the Old Truman Brewery, in Shoreditch, London. Brintons will showcase two bold graphic designs woven in its 32-colour High Definition Weave, aread more

    Guest Blog: Art Hide – Dress up hotel interiors with luxurious carpets and rugs

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    Caroline Modig of Art Hide shares her thoughts on the role flooring and carpets play in the first impressions of guests… —– The main aim of all hospitality establishments is to form lasting impressions and ensure a trail of happy guests, since there’s no possibility of success without satisfied customers. Making guests happy, as weread more

    Product Spotlight: Make waves with Wilton’s Ethereal collection

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    “We set out to make this new collection our first focused solely on inspirational design and the result doesn’t disappoint,” says Damian Roscoe, head of creative, on the latest collection from Wilton Carpets. “Inspired by a natural aesthetic with an emphasis on textures and layers, Ethereal delights in the beauty of decay on a backdropread more

    Project Spotlight: Wilton Carpets at Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton

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    Ready to Weave axminster carpet from Wilton Carpets has been used to transform the auditorium of The Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton, bringing an elegance fitting of the Victorian interior. Designed by eminent theatre architect, Charles J. Phillips, The Grand Theatre, Woverhampton has been a focal point of the city since the late 19th Century. As partread more

    Product Spotlight: Brintons adds two new collections to QuickWeave

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    To meet the growing demand among installers for design-led quality carpet that can be made-to-order and installed in below average lead-times, Brintons has extended its recently developed innovative QuickWeave series to include two new collections. With the addition of Aurora and Sequence to the series, the QuickWeave offering of three collections (including the Inception range)read more

    Product Spotlight: Harlequin adds four new designs to collection of contemporary rugs

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    The Harlequin rug collection is a comprehensive compendium of on-trend, versatile and eye-catching rugs, which have been adapted from best-selling designs in the company’s extensive portfolio. The range is produced in conjunction with innovative Dutch rug manufacturer, Brink & Campman. Exquisitely crafted, these eye-catching wool rugs are hand-tufted to emphasise their sumptuous textures and mouth-wateringread more

    Q&A: Pergo’s Chief Sustainability Officer, Tim Mulle

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    In our guest blog last week, Hotel Designs Directory members Pergo shared their ethos and approach to environmentally responsible and sustainability-conscious design and manufacture of their products. This week, their chief sustainability officer Tim Mulle expands on this and explains in more detail… Q. How does Pergo view sustainability? A. Unusually for our industry weread more

    Guest Blog – Pergo: ‘Meeting demands of the environmentally conscious…’

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    Eco-consciousness and sustainability is having more and more of an impact on how hotels are designed and built – not to mention how they are decorated inside. Guests are becoming savvy and expect hotel groups to offer a product that meets their standards of environmental responsibility; much the same way as they do with theirread more

    Guest Blog – Pergo: ‘Sweet dreams are made of underlay flooring…’

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    A good night’s sleep is, without doubt, one of the key selling points and minimum requirements of a hotel. Attention is rightly paid to a whole host of factors to ensure it’s delivered – the bed, the mattress, the pillows, the corridor acoustics. But what about flooring? Limiting noise from above and below a roomread more

    Q&A: Pergo’s Design Director, Oke Nollet

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    An enormous amount of strain is put on a hotel’s flooring, especially in the public areas. It stands to reason that it needs to be able to withstand a high level of wear-and-tear. Functionality is key. The difficult part, however, for manufacturers is creating a product that fits the bill from a designer’s perspective asread more