Cormar Carpets Is The Star Of The Show
Starring Role for New Oaklands on ITV
Cormar Carpets has had a starring role on ITV1’s This Morning programme ‘Help! I Hate My House’ (Friday 4 September).
We supplied our 80% Wool Carpet - New Oaklands in the Silverstone colourway for the second series of the hugely popular show which transforms houses that are in dire need of expert help!
Presented by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, the show features top interior designers such as Linda Barker and Danielle Proud who will give walls a lick of paint, fit new carpet and even rip out fireplaces!
"Swapping a tired old carpet for one in a fashionable new shade will give a home a new lease of life," says David Cormack, marketing director of Cormar Carpets.
"A new carpet is a really worthwhile investment and will reap dividends. Whether you are putting your house on the market, or just looking to refresh your décor - a carpet is the best way to create an immediate impact."
Made from 80% pure new wool, 10% tuftbond and 10% nylon, New Oaklands is extremely versatile: ideal for all areas of the home, fantastic value for money and has been designed to work as a neutral background to today’s home furnishing styles.
It comes in three pile weights – 32, 42 and 50 oz per sq yard – and is available in 20 heather and plain colours, including a bank of fashionable taupes, greys and browns. Retail prices start from approximately £21 per sq m.
Cormar Carpets indulges the senses by introducing Soft Focus, its new super-soft, luxurious easy clean carpet collection.
With visitor numbers up by over 9% from last year, the Cormar Carpets stand was bustling with retailers keen to view the latest carpet collections.
For the fourth time in succession, Cormar Carpets has been voted Best Carpet Manufacturer by readers of the trade publication Interiors Monthly.
Cormar Carpets has won the ‘Longstanding Support Award’ from Carpet Recycling UK for their strong commitment to carpet recycling and sustainability.
A Team from Cormar Carpets, PPS Commercials, DAF Trucks and CVL Ltd has completed “The Way of the Roses” bike ride, raising over £1200 for the Booth Centre charity in Manchester.