Another New Sensational Carpet
Luxury carpets are affordable for all, as Cormar’s Sensation range is now available in two qualities; “Original” and now “New Feeling”.
Like “Original” Sensation, “New Feeling” is a quality carpet made from 100% Luxelle polypropylene to provide a super soft touch, with the same lustrous look, but in a lighter pile weight. And at a reduced price, Sensation New Feeling is the perfect new carpet for those households on a budget.
Both qualities come in 10 contemporary, plain colours, including “Arctic Grey”, “Polar White” and “Siberian Mink”, in four and five metre widths. Sensation “Original” is expected to retail at around £25 per sq m, with “New Feeling” offering excellent value for money at just £23 per sqm. Both Sensation “Original” and ‘”New Feeling” are available now at carpet shops near you.
Sensation New Feeling is also part of Cormar’s practical Easy-Clean Carpet family. It is stain resistant and bleach cleanable and comes with the added satisfaction of a carpet manufacturer’s 10 year stain warranty. To discover more about the benefits of Cormar’s easy-clean polypropylene carpets and to order your free carpet samples why not visit www.cormarcarpets.co.uk.
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