Winner of “The British Wool Award” 2016: Rare Breeds by Brockway Carpets
Earlier this year the first International Wool and Rug Carpet Awards took place in London, hosted by The Campaign for Wool.
With the flooring industry being the biggest user of British and New Zealand Wool, over 100 entrants competed for the 15 awards. The awards were judged by leading industry experts with the most anticipated “British Wool Award” going to Rare Breeds, by Brockway Carpets Ltd.
‘The British Wool Award Created with the Planet in Mind’ was earned by Rare Breeds for their 100% undyed natural wool carpets. With a heavy domestic rating and a range of neutral colours, this innovative range is suitable anywhere in your home.
Eco-friendly Rare Breeds is inspired by the exceptional qualities of Britain’s oldest and rarest breeds of hill sheep from which each carpet is made – Kerry Hill, Cotswold, Norfolk Horn, Soay, Manx, Moorit, Balwen, Jacobs, Black Welsh and Ryeland.
Using an undyed material like British wool means not only is it renewable but it is also biodegradable. We can’t think of any other flooring that is kinder to the planet.
Congratulations to Brockway Carpets for Rare Breeds, a well deserved winner of the “British Wool Award”. If you would like to see the Rare Breeds samples pop into our showroom in Woodingdean. Alternatively, we can arrange a home visit and quote.