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F&X Carpets reveals bright new look

One of the brightest and newest brands in residential carpet, F&X Carpets, has unveiled an energetic identity reflective of its ability to be all things to all men, demonstrating its willingness and ability to provide a hugely diverse range of carpet.

Already impressing retailers with its Himalaya brand of wool and wool-rich carpets, including blends with speciality animal hairs such as yak as well as synthetic fibres in 100% recycled Aevita and virgin polyamide, the manufacturer is also driving forward with innovative manmade collections.

A range of great value polypropylene carpets are to be joined by Aevita recycled PET collections and carpets with bio-derived ingredients to provide one of the UK’s most impressive portfolios. These environment aware alternatives are finding widening ground among a new generation of style-conscious carpet purchasers, looking for luxurious aesthetics in carpets that offer easier maintenance and comparable longevity to wool.

Supplied by F&X Carpets’ well-established cut-length service operating from Belgium, these new collections will be revealed at The Flooring Show, Harrogate in late September, ensuring that UK retailers have fast and easy access to these innovative solutions.

“There are many well-established brands that claim heritage and tradition as philosophy, but here at F&X Carpets we take a very different approach, instead looking towards how we can ensure diverse appeal, not only in terms of our brand but also in the carpets we produce,” explains Gordon Hugo, F&X Carpets. “At Harrogate this year we look forward to introducing some exciting new developments within our Himalaya wool stable, as well as brand new collections using our Aevita fibre and carpets with bio-derived content.”

For more information contact, F&X Carpets, Gordon Hugo, 07976 607657, [email protected]

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