A new concept in bespoke tufted floors from Axminster Carpets

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    Axminster Carpets has launched another major development in its impressive range of commercial carpet services with Graphics Concepts.
    Ideal for specifiers looking for bespoke tufted carpet that can meet explicit design and performance demands, Graphics Concepts allows the creation of not only custom colours, but also patterns and texture. With the ability to select from different carpet weights and qualities, Graphics Concepts is suitable for many commercial interiors, whether hotel, office or leisure locations.

    Thanks to developments in yarn technology at Axminster Carpets’ in-house spinning and dyeing division, Graphics Concepts pushes forward the boundaries of bespoke tufted carpet with specifiers also being able to select from velvet, twist and stippled yarns in any combination.

    Axminster Carpets, sales director, Steve Upperton said: “Axminster Carpets is renowned for its bespoke woven carpets that have provided prestigious locations around the world with beautiful and durable carpeting. However, we fully appreciate that woven carpets are not always the preferred choice and so we wanted to make sure that our bespoke expertise could also benefit specifiers looking for a unique tufted carpet for their project.”

    Utilising the flexibility of Graphics tufting machines, the introduction of this collection is testament to Axminster Carpets’ dedication to the contract carpet sector, broadening product choice and enhancing service. Alongside the Ready to Weave concept, the interactive design portal on their website, and other bespoke services, the Graphics Collection re-affirms the Devon-based manufacturer’s position as a leading carpet supplier in the hospitality and leisure sectors.

    A wide variety of inspirational designs are featured in the Graphics Concept folder, which is now available from your Axminster Carpets sales representative or through the Axminster Carpets Commercial Division.

    Daniel Fountain / 23.02.2010

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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