At Village Carpets, you will find an unparalleled range of plain cut pile carpets on display. From 80/20 wool twists to carpets made from synthetic stain-free fibres such as polypropylene, we have 1000's of different plain carpets in every colour!
Loop Piles, often called berbers, originates from the handmade, bulky wool carpet made by the Berber tribes of
At Village Carpets, you will find a variety of colours and designs, providing a textured alternative to plain cut pile carpets. North Africa. Although many are still made from 100% wool, some are either blended with, or made entirely from, Polypropylene.
As with all carpets, bear in mind which room the carpets is for. A short, tight loop may not be the most comfortable underfoot but resists flattening and marking, making it idea for stairs and other heavy traffic areas.
There are two types of patterned carpets; those that are woven and those that are printed. Patterned carpets are more varied than plains, as you have a wide choice in both pattern and colour.
Made from natural plant fibres and sourced from around the world, natural floorings such as seagrass, sisal and coir are the latest trend on show at Village Carpets.
Coir is produced from the husks of coconut shells and arguably the most rustic looking product on display. Its texture is coarse and wiry making it the perfect choice for high traffic area such as halls or stairs.
Seagrass is harvested from flooded paddy fields and spun into a strong yet simple weave. Due to its waxy texture, Seagrass is not suitable for stairs.
The final natural on display is the incredibly hard wearing Sisal. With a wide range in colours and textures, sisal can be fitted anywhere in the house.
Village Carpets are proud to display bespoke flatweave manufacturer Roger Oates and are the registered supplier for Cheshire and Lancashire.
For sisal and natural looking stair runners, take a look at Mellau.