ITC Natural Luxury Flooring

    ITC has a beautiful collection of high quality, naturally woven luxury carpets and rugs, made from a variety of fibres including Sisal, Coir, 100% New Zealand wool, Silk, Viscose, Banana fibre and Bamboo fibre.

    Riverline – an eco-friendly carpet – is a fine example of craftsmanship by achieving a high-definition, textured cable rib design.

    Constructed using six and two-ply hard-wearing construction of 100% New Zealand wool with a VOC-free environmentally responsible backing, Riverline in 5m width, is an ideal choice for residential and general commercial locations. The six clean colours will appeal to those seeking a wool carpet that delivers on performance and good looks.

    When high performance and super fine finish are required when specifying a velvet carpet, Richmond ticks all the boxes. Available in two widths – 4 and 5m – as well as 11 contemporary shades, together with a heavy commercial rating, makes this carpet product exceptional.

    Architects and interior designers have fallen in love with the Richmond range due to its style, good looks and excellent suitability for both residential and commercial applications.

    Riverline, Richmond and all other broadloom carpets which make up the Campeone and Connoisseur collections by ITC Natural Luxury Flooring, are available in made-to-measure rugs in sizes up to 500cm wide. Additionally, a selection of tape finishes are available, which are exclusive, chic and coordinate with its carpets.

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