Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Rugs Direct - Newsletter - 12/09/12

At Rugs Direct we source only quality rugs from leading manufacturers and this week’s newsletter focuses on one of the world’s largest manufacturers of wilton rugs and carpets, Lano. They produce high quality woven wilton rugs in both traditional and contemporary designs.

Our traditional rugs from Lano include the Farsistan range. These rugs are carefully manufactured using only the best raw materials for exceptional quality. They feature many fine design elements as a tribute to the creativity of the ancient craftsmen, whose priceless original masterpieces can only be found today in museums. These are heavyweight 100% pure wool rugs and bear the Wool Mark. These rugs are also accredited with an International Quality Classification of T6, which is the highest rating for a wilton rug, and denotes a very high quality, dense pile suitable for heavy traffic areas. These lovely traditional rugs are one of our heaviest wilton rug ranges and are available in authentic shades including red, terracotta, beige and green.

Lano also manufacture rugs from 100% polypropylene, again using classical designs and also suitable for heavy traffic areas. We offer the Kamira range, which are stylish, available in small and large rectangular rugs and hall runners. These rugs are carefully manufactured in heavyweight Polypropylene with an International Quality Classification of T5, denoting an excellent quality dense pile.

If you are looking for the same quality but in a more contemporary rug style then the Kamira Ethnic and Tivoli ranges would be perfect. Tivoli is a stunning new range of patterned rugs in muted colours to compliment todays modern environment, bringing comfort and style to any contemporary setting. Kamira Ethnic rugs are woven in stylish patterns with a modern take on ethnic designs. Both ranges are made of 100% Polypropylene.

For more information about Rugs Direct or anything related to the article, check the website out at: http://www.rugsdirect.co.uk  

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