Forest Hills - Adding to Cormar's Wool Carpets Collection
Help is at hand for hard pressed homeowners looking for new carpet on a budget.
Cormar Carpets has launched Forest Hills, a practical, hard wearing carpet made from 50% wool. And it costs from less than £20 per sqm, just perfect for a bedroom carpet, stair carpet and everywhere else in the home!
Available in an array of 15 subtle natural heather shades, the colour palette offers a neutral backdrop for the home in the ever popular beiges and browns, as well as new neutral carpet colours such as grey and damson. The new Forest Hills collection comes in four and five metre widths and a choice of two pile weights: Super 32oz and Elite 42oz . It is made from 50% wool, 40% lanelle polypropylene and 10% polyester tuftbond.
“With all the price hikes on VAT, petrol and home energy costs, people are having to be increasingly savvy about eking out the household budget,” said David Cormack, marketing director of Cormar Carpets. “It has created a real need for good quality wool twist carpets at a reduced price. Forest Hills is aimed at the more discerning shopper looking for affordable quality – but until now hasn’t been able to see the wood for the trees.”
Priced at around £19 per sqm for the Super and £22 per sqm for the Elite, the Forest Hills Collection is available from most good high street carpet suppliers and flooring retailers in the UK and Ireland. For carpet samples of the Forest Hills please visit the carpet ranges page.
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