Fibre Types.

The appearance, texture and longevity of a carpet are largely determined by its fibre type.


A natural fibre from sheep, wool is renewable and sustainable.

  • Wool carpets have a natural and soft luxurious feel.

  • The unique fibre structure is strong and hard-wearing and provides natural protection to help resist staining and soiling.

  • Wool carpets absorb noise so are quiet and naturally flame retardent so are safe.

  • Wool’s natural properties help keep your home cool in summer and warm in winter.

  • Wool fibres are natural, renewable and biodegradeable.

Wool Blends

Wool, mixed with a synthetic fibre.

  • Wool blends are usually 80% wool and 20% synthetic fibre but also come in a variety of other mixes, including the latest Wool Bamboo Fibre Blend.

  • Wool and synthetic blends offer the resilience and durability found in synthetic fibres with the natural appearance and luxurious feel of wool.

  • Mixing synthetic fibre with wool can help to hold the twist definition in some carpet styles, providing improved durability and reduced shedding from short fibres.

  • Wool Bamboo Fibre Blend carpet bring the benefits of two sustainable, high performing materials to the floor for luxurious softness, durability and natural style.

eco+ Triexta

A new fibre made with 37% renewably sourced polymer from corn sugar*.

  • Extremely soft, it provides high stain, soil, wear and colourfast performance.

  • Triexta fibres are made with polymer from 37% corn sugar*.

  • *DuPont Sorona contains 37% renewably sourced ingredients by weight.

  • Greenhouse gas emissions from the production of Sorona are 63% lower than nylon 6.


A synthetic fibre.

  • Nylon carpets provide long term resilience, durability and stain resistance.

  • As nylon fibres readily accept dye they have a large colour palette.

  • Is a versatile fibre type that can be made in many carpet styles.


A less expensive synthetic fibre.

  • Polyester carpets are less expensive.

  • Beautifully soft, they are well suited to low traffic areas.

  • Are less luxurious but still soft and provide good colourfastness.


Polypropylene is a less expensive synthetic fibre manufactured from man-made materials.

  • Polypropylene carpets are less expensive, colourfast and resist most stains.

  • Usually manufactured into loop style carpets, they are great for low traffic areas.

Elegant, comfortable and beautifully tactile, carpet never goes out of style. Renowned for its superior noise reducing and insulating qualities, today’s carpet lets you create a home of real distinction.