Axminster Carpets

Axminster Carpets were first produced at Axminster in 1755. Since then the word Axminster has become world renowned for style, luxury and elegance. The groups tufting plant, in Newbridge has been producing carpet in Ireland for the past sixty years

Inspiration for the designs, styles and innovative textures of carpets are taken from the moors of Exmoor and Dartmoor, the countryside of Ireland and certain period styles including the Renaissance, the Arts & Crafts movement and the abstract animal and bird depictions from Ancient Turkish and Egyptian cultures.

All Axminster carpets undergo rigourous testing at every stage.



Abingdon Flooring is the UK’s largest privately owned manufacturer of quality carpets. Abingdon are a British based company with facilities in South Wales, the West Midlands and the North of England. Abingdon employ a total workforce of 400 people, currently producing in excess of nine million square metres of carpet per annum. This is enough carpet to get you to the U.S.A. and back every year!


Adam Carpets

At Adam Carpets, they have been creating fine quality carpets for more than three quarters of a century and many of the specialist skills have been passed down to different generations of the same family. 

Tradition of family control and management has continued unbroken since the formation of the company in 1928, and today include a rich blend of traditional skills and innovative manufacturing techniques ensure they can offer a range of carpets to inspire all tastes.


Brockway Carpets

Brockway is renowned as a producer of award-winning carpets, created via a blend of skilled manpower and the very latest in manufacturing techniques.

Brockway's range includes wool-rich tufted carpets in twist pile style, designed to provide warmth, colour and comfort to complement interior decor schemes.

With a choice of plain, heather and Berber fleck and over 250 colours, Brockway have the perfect solution for any style of home.


Carpets Of Kidderminster

Carpets of Kidderminster was founded in 1934 by the late Lionel Rowe, a well-known and respected member of the local carpet fraternity. The company started with the production of high quality Axminster carpets and was initially situated in Green Street in Kidderminster.

Specialising in wool and wool blend Axminster carpets, over the years company expanded, developed and invested in the latest technology, such as electronic jacquards and tufting machines, and moved to a larger site at Wilden Lane, Stourport, near Kidderminster.

With ever-growing demands in contract sector and world changes in industry, company focused on servicing the contract and bespoke sectors, developed very own, flexible management system and remained one of the few British producers of traditionally woven Axminster carpets.


Cavalier Carpets

Cavalier Carpets have been producing Carpet for the home since 1972 and today are one of only a handful of companies that manufacture carpets in Wilton, Axminster and Tufted constructions.

In 1986 the company expanded from the domestic market to include the contract market. This move proved immensely successful as Cavalier Carpets established both at home and abroad.

Indeed their products have been used around the world in palaces, embassies, hotels, restaurants, ocean liners, banks, department stores and casinos, as well as millions of homeowners throughout Great Britain.


Cormar Carpets

One of the success stories of the British carpet industry, Lancashire based Cormar Carpets was established in the North of England in 1956 and today ranks as one of the leading carpet manufacturers in the UK.

Throughout the last 50 years it has placed great emphasis on quality, service and reliability. In fact, such is the esteem in which the company is held, that it has been voted ‘Floor covering Supplier of the Year’ for the last four years by readers of the flooring trade magazine, as well as winning many independent retailer awards.

While most carpet sold in Britain today is imported from the continent, Cormar continues to manufacture carpet at its two mills in Lancashire, employing over 200 people.

Remaining a privately owned family business, Cormar’s primary aim is to manufacture quality carpets and provide a first class service to all its customers. Success is based on continuous improvement in machinery and systems as well as training and investment in its loyal staff.



Established in the UK in 1973, Karndean has evolved into one of the world’s best-known and most respected flooring brands. Karndean's development has been founded on the principle of providing affordable design flooring; practical, individual floors at a price that is accessible to most. With a strong dedication to product research and development, Karndean move forward with a commitment to continue producing the most imaginative and innovative flooring products available.


Ryalux Carpets

Ryalux is the UK’s leading manufacturer in carpet innovation and our carpets are among the finest around today. Ryalux have enjoyed a reputation for excellence for decades, and as well as their carpets’ superb quality, many collections are available up to 7m wide, enabling you to achieve a beautifully smooth, seamless finish.


Ulster Carpets

Ulster Carpets is one of the world's leading manufacturer of Axminsters.


Victoria Carpets

Victoria Carpets Limited was founded in 1895 in the Scottish town of Kirkcaldy. The company began trading as a small tapestry and printing operation from premises in Victoria Street - hence the distinctive name. The company founders were three enterprising partners - George Anton, Alexander Hamilton and John Johnson - who subsequently looked further afield for the development of the business, eventually deciding on Kidderminster, Britain's premier carpet manufacturing town.

In 1900, therefore, the weaving plant was relocated from Scotland to the Worcestershire town - the mill being situated on the River Stour, which was used as a source of power.   Even then, staff loyalty was at a premium. The story goes that many of the company's employees actually walked the whole distance from Kirkcaldy to Kidderminster in order to keep their jobs when the plant moved.