Brintons Carpets is donating a rug for auction at this evening’s BT British Olympic Ball with all proceeds being donated to Team GB.Woven by Brintons on their revolutionary high definition loom in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, the rug captures the excitement and celebration of the 2012 opening ceremony. 32 different colours have been woven simultaneously to create a one-off piece of art that presents a moment in history.
Brintons is one of the largest users of British wool, and dye and process all their yarn in Telford, Shropshire. The yarn blend used was pioneered by Brintons in the 1950s to provide ultimate comfort and durability.
As well as making carpet for homes, Brintons carpets commercial businesses around the world. From palaces to public buildings, hotels, restaurants and airports, Brintons carpets have helped make the worlds’ most beautiful interiors.