Common parts carpet – Coworth Park

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This common parts carpet installation was at Coworth Park Hotel. This is a beautifully designed hotel near Ascot in Berkshire with every suite done in a different style.The common parts carpets were exquisite and included wool and silk hand knotted carpets in the drawing rooms, dining rooms and a wool flatweave in the corridors which helped achieve the ultimate luxurious look and finish to this hotel. The warm colour palette of this project enabled the space to feel warm and inviting and the high quality of the bespoke common parts carpet harmonised perfectly with the luxurious interiors of this hotel.

When you begin the process and order a bespoke carpet from Wool Classics we work with you one-on-one to ensure you are getting exactly what you are looking for. We can produce almost any carpet design and you can personally come into the showroom to match the colours to perfection. We offer choices from a huge tuft box which includes a wide variety of colours ranging from neutrals to more bold and bright colours. The tufts are also available in different wool options depending on the look and feel of the carpet you are trying to achieve. We then produce a sample to send off to you and then you check it over to make sure it is absolutely perfect before we begin production. After we get confirmation from you, we then can begin to weave the carpet, paying close attention to every detail and ensuring ultimate craftsmanship. The carpet is delivered to you in up to 12 weeks.

 

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