Rustic Sky 31 More Noble Striped Saxony Feltback Carpet

Only £7.75m²

RRP £12.99m²

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Description

The Rustic Sky 31 More Noble Striped Saxony Feltback Carpet has complimentary warm stripes that contrast against a soft blue, giving a unique look to your room!


Striped carpets are becoming increasingly popular, and are very fashionable on stairs and corridors. The stripes repeat every 33.5cm, making this design perfect for stairs and hallways. The great thing about this range is that each stripe is available as a plain carpet, so you can transition from one room to another, giving your home a designed look!


The colours are made of a 2-ply mixed fibre that softens each stripe. The fibres are made of a stain resistant polypropylene. This can be cleaned with a bleach solution, a really handy feature in a busy home! Polypropylene is very hard wearing while remaining soft and comfortable, and this saxony pile is densely packed for added bounce!


A felt backing has been added to ensure a hard wearing carpet that lasts against traffic. This carpet has a heavy domestic rating so you know it'll last! We recommend adding one of our soft underlays to increase your carpet's lifetime even further and to increase it's softness.


For more information or if you have any questions please Contact Us.


Please feel free to view our full Noble Saxony Feltback Carpet Range to see what other colours we have available.

Specifications

  • Thickness 13mm
  • Pile Height 9.5mm
  • Material 100% Polypropylene
  • TOG Rating 1.4
  • Backing Felt Backing
  • Style Deep Pile Saxony
  • Pattern Repeat 33.3cm

Delivery

Unfortunately this product has been discontinued by the manufacturer so we can no longer or sell this item. However, we stock a huge number of similar products if you would like to browse our website or contact us.

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