Quirky Curiosity is a new richly patterned wool carpet, boldly…
Lily Mullen, the winner of The Bradford Textiles Society Competition sponsored by Alternative Flooring and British Wool, tells us the inspiring story behind creating her design and what this award means to her.
Emily Murray is the founder and editor of The Pink House, an award-winning interiors blog. Emily has chosen our Quirky B Liberty Fabrics Capello Shell patterned carpet for her bedroom, so we thought it’s time to pay a visit.
Stylist Lucy Gough’s Rug Stars choice is a patterned Quirky B Cube Hawksmoor carpet designed by Ben Pentreath for Alternative Flooring.
Elle Decoration’s March cover declares that colour is bold, brighter and better in an issue that has its first ever dedicated colour section. Discover how we transform these trends into flooring.
Flooring is where wool excels. Let’s spin some of the benefits of wool carpets in the home. Practically speaking wool is resilient, stain resistant, flame-retardant, a natural insulator and as a soundproofer brings much welcomed peace and quiet to interiors.
Lorna Haigh, head of creative and marketing at Alternative Flooring is making carpet cool. She has scouted some of the UK’s best designers who have added great British pattern to the award-winning Quirky B collection.
Britain has a fine history of producing quality brands with craftsmanship. Liberty Fabrics and Alternative Flooring continue this tradition. Supporting British design and manufacturing were key factors in launching Quirky B.
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