Make Way for Malabar Textures
One of Cormar Carpets longest running and best selling ranges has been revamped, recoloured and repositioned.
Malabar Textures, a 100% Pure New Wool, loop pile carpet, takes the original dual-design Malabar collection to a new level. A modern ribbed texture design has been introduced to sit alongside the best selling weave design.
Six contemporary new shades bring the twin-texture range bang up to date emphasising the collection’s wool heritage and position it alongside the recently launched Natural Berber Twist range.
New shades of natural now spicing up the range include Carob, Sable, Ebony, Liquorice, Iron and Heron. The best selling Cottonwood and Oatmeal colours have been retained across a collection that now offers a broad bank of neutrals with eight shades on offer for each of the two carpet designs.
Said David Cormack: “Customer reaction has been extremely positive –people really seem to like carpets in these bolder more fashionable shades. This has been illustrated by the use of Malabar Textures in carpet features shown in the Daily Mirror (10th June) and carpet makeovers in various consumer magazines. Keep a lookout for the Alabaster in the Malabar Textures range in September’s issue of House Beautiful magazine.”
Malabar Textures comes in a choice of 16 colour and style options and is offered in 4m and 5m widths. It retails at around £23 per square metre and is suitable for heavy domestic use.
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.
Cormar Carpets has been named ‘Supplier of the Year’ for the 12th consecutive time by buying group, Flooring One.
Leading British carpet manufacturer Cormar Carpets has just completed its eighth annual Flooring Guild carpet training course to give independent carpet retailers a chance to boost their sales skills.