New Natural Berber Twist Range from Cormar Carpets
Offering even more choice is a new collection of popular natural and neutral berber shades from Cormar Carpets.
Made from 80% British Wool, 10% Nylon and 10% Tuftbond, the new Natural Berber Twist range is available in 12 fashionable natural flecked shades such as Cluster and Parsnip, ideal for use as bedroom carpet and throughout the home.
Natural Berber Twist is available in four and five metre widths and comes in three weights - Super (35oz per sq yd), Elite (45oz per sq yd) and Deluxe (55oz per sq yd) - retailing from around £21 - £26 per sq metre.
"Wool Carpets in multiple pile weights are becoming increasingly popular," said David Cormack, Marketing Director of Cormar Carpets. "There has always been a trend for people to use the same carpet throughout their home and now with Natural Berber Twist in different weights, means you can upgrade or downgrade in each room, where necessary to save money.
To receive free carpet samples please click on Carpet Ranges and then follow the link to the Natural Berber Twist Range.
Photography of Natural Berber Twist is available to retailers to use on their own advertising, providing they have a trade account and a credit to Cormar Carpets is given. For more details contact Jeanette Sau in Marketing on email@example.com
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