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Unique Perspectives August, 2019

Unique Perspectives
August, 2019

Our Latest Broadloom Introduction - Sundance
Sundance new style
Striated patterns remain a very popular design in broadloom and rugs and stripes in some form have been standards of interior design since the invention of interiors. So we've decided to combine elements of both in Sundance, our latest broadloom introduction. Sundance is a rhythmic, linear, multi-colored pattern manufactured of 100% pure new wool and available in the four color-ways shown below. Notice the red-ringed logo in the above photo. It indicates that it's possible to have upscale 100% wool carpets without paying the upscale 100% wool price. We will begin using this logo on all products that are similarly and more attain-ably priced.

Free Movie

Check out this brief, free video and we're sure you'll agree, it's not free enough. Sadly, our author's photographic skills are on par with his writing skills, which, as you will see, are sorely lacking. But what the video does show is our robotic, single-needle 'hand' tufter creating a large scale custom rug. The finished rug is 26' x 21' and too large for our tufting frame so it was created as four individual rugs and pieced together. It is also indicative of the types of rugs that are ideal for this equipment; big bold patterns made using big bold yarns. So if you need your own custom design (or any of our standards) created in any shape or size you desire, give us a call. If it's large enough, we'll even ship your rug in its very own "handcrafted" wooden gift box. Regarding the below to view and we're sorry, refunds are not available.

SPECIALS - Great In stock values
Homestead - 4428
Brookings - 4199
Cape Town - 2228
Here are a few of the latest offerings. They all represent great values and you don't need to take the entire roll to get the great price: Order what you need. To see them all click  here.
More Interesting Stuff About Wool
  1. Wool fiber is like a spring. Its complex coiled structure gives it great resilience. It has a natural crimp that allows it to return to its natural shape even after being stretched by up to 30%
  2. Wool has balanced thermal insulation properties. How about that? OK...That means it is warm in winter and cool in summer.
  3. It is hypoallergenic - it is resistant to bacteria, mold, and mildew that can trigger allergic reactions
  4. Wool absorbs harmful pollutants from the air. Wool not only holds on to them, it doesn't give them back. Wool will not re-emit harmful pollutants and as a result, it can help purify air for up to 30 years.
  5. Dust mites don't like wool because they need moisture to survive. Wool has microscopic pores that respond effectively to changes in humidity making it unfavorable for the growth and well being of dust mites. And none of us really care about the well being of dust mites for many reasons; one of which is their allergens are often triggers for asthma attacks.
  6. Wool is naturally anti-static and static attracts lint, dirt, and dust. So wool's anti-static properties keep it much cleaner for longer.
  7. Wool is naturally flame resistant. It is difficult to ignite (do not try this at home) and has low flame spread and heat release properties. It does not melt and has superior self-extinguishing properties
  8. Wool is a naturally renewable fiber. Each year sheep are shorn which makes wool a natural and renewable resource. No one has yet been able to reproduce all the benefits of wool in a synthetic fiber.
  9. Eco-Friendly and Sustainable. When its "out with the old", wool will naturally biodegrade. It is entirely renewable and sustainable.

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