Wool carpet

Inspired by: Danish hygge
Inspired by: Danish hygge

What is Danish hygge? Although it doesn’t have an exact English translation, the Danish word ‘hygge’ (pronounced ‘hooga’) can best be described as meaning ‘cosiness’. This can apply not only to the home and interior styling, but also to general day-to-day living; that warm feeling you get when you’ve spent quality time with loved ones, […]

From fleece to floor: The journey of our Brintons wool carpets
From fleece to floor: The journey of our Brintons wool carpets

Since 1783 Brintons has woven wool carpets using the highest quality of materials, processes and people…from fleece to floor. We love wool because it works in all seasons. It’s natural to the touch in summer and spring, but warm and cosy in autumn and winter. Quality carpets need strong wool, which comes specifically from sheep […]

Which type of carpet is best for your home?
Which type of carpet is best for your home?

Whether you’re decorating your first new house, revamping the family home, or looking to increase the warmth and comfort of your home, there is a type of carpet best suited to your lifestyle. Here, we’ll tell you the best types of carpet for a range of different living situations, no matter what stage of your […]

Carpet fibres explained
Carpet fibres explained

The fibres of a carpet can determine the appearance, quality and the feel of your new floor. Different fibres are more suited to certain areas of your home, from resilient and hardwearing fibres in high traffic areas to softer and more luscious textures for occasional rooms. Here is all you need to know about the carpet fibres […]