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WILTON’S NEW CLASSIC COLLECTION CREATES BOUTIQUE


STYLE The newly-launched Harris wool-rich tufted range from Wilton Carpets Commercial is causing quite a stir amongst interior designers and hotel owners, with its timeless herringbone design and smart boutique look.


Such has been the response to the design; the carpet is being sold with immediate availability for all five classic colours.


Bringing a tailored look to the floors of boutique hotels and hospitality spaces, this elegant take on timeless design


creates a bespoke feel that leaves a lasting impression. Available as part of Wilton Carpets Commercial’s stock tufted collection, it has an 80% wool and 20% nylon construction to cope


with the demands of a busy hotel.


Sales Director, Alan Whittle, said: “As the latest addition to our in-stock carpet collection, Harris is already generating interest from interior designers and hoteliers keen to bring a sense of occasion to their space.


“The carpet effortlessly transforms with little fuss, is stylistically on-point and blends value and quality perfectly.”


In five colourways covering rich tweed browns, charcoal, wheat and sand hues, the neutral overtone of Harris comes in a four-metre width that is eminently versatile. This new collection from one of Britain’s most loved boutique carpet manufacturers is ready today.


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CAPTURE NATURE WITH CARPET


TILES FROM MODULYSS Invite the outside in with the beautiful organic patterns and hues of the Handcraft collection, the latest range of tiles from modulyss.


With four designs inspired by the beauty of nature, Handcraft translates nuances of subtle pattern and organic hues into carpet tiles that provide a practical and usable covering in commercial office spaces.


Moss honours the often overlooked detail that reveals its beauty in closer inspection with a palette of 10 colours inspired by rich variety and complex layers. This carpet tile bridges the gap between the tranquil atmosphere of nature’s forests and the hustle and collaboration of modern working spaces.


Marking the transition from summer into autumn, fallen leaves deconstruct and reveal intriguing time and weather- worn pattern; a period of change captured in Leaf. This carpet tile comes to life in 10 hues, mimicking autumn shades and the beauty of shifting seasons.


The wonder of natural bends and rivers of layered texture crafted in natural bark come to the floorscape in Willow, a design that mimics the unexpected twists and turns of organic creativity. In 10 hues, this is a carpet tile that brings a warm and welcoming motif and an antidote to the stresses and strains of working life.


Unpaved roads and less-travelled paths carved through the landscape inspire Grind, a carpet tile that celebrates the journey rather than the destination. In seven hued greys, this is a design that unifies and provides a way to explore spaces with a new-found enthusiasm.


Designs and colours in the Handcraft collection can be used to create unique and wonderful spaces that celebrate nature’s rich complexity.


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As an associate member of the Healthy Seas programme, modulyss has designed the Handcraft collection using high- grade ECONYL nylon yarn derived from recovered fishing nets and other waste materials. Pairing this yarn with a recycled primary and secondary backing in back2back, the Handcraft collection not only celebrates nature, but is also a little kinder to it.


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