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Jacaranda Gets Set for Decorex

Jacaranda Gets Set for Decorex

Specialist in handmade natural carpets and rugs, Jacaranda will participate at this year’s Decorex International, which makes its debut at Olympia London from 6-9 October. 
Jacaranda will launch two handmade wool designs at this year’s show, Chatra & Chennai. Being hand-woven on traditional wooden looms allows for the creation of beautifully rich textures and lends itself to truly thick, chunky, characterful bouclés such as Chatra; whilst Chennai’s random tip-shear pattern is hand-woven from mainly undyed wool tones. Wool carpets are soft and warm, hardwearing and inherently fire retardant, naturally coated in lanolin, which improves stain resistance. Both available in 4m and 5m broadloom, and rugs can be made-to-measure.

Also on show, will be three contemporary, hard-weaving loop pile flatweaves, additions to its pure wool machine-made collection. The new ranges include Harrington, distinctive for its dark linear highlight, Heyford a smart square texture and Holcot a basketweave. Each range consists of nine natural-toned modern colours.

These stylish but practical broadlooms are flat-woven from 100% pure wool. All are suitable for stairs and good tog tests suggest them as partners for under-floor heating. All three ranges are GUT approved. GUT has been created by the European carpet industry to raise its environmental standards. GUT accredits environmentally responsible production and requires intensive product testing for VOC emissions and chemicals to ensure consumer safety.

Offering a showcase of the very latest in high-end design, an exceptional speaking programme and highly anticipated curated exhibitions, Decorex attracts the leading names in luxury interiors from across the world. Visitors can discover the new collections and commission bespoke pieces from over 400 established brands and up-and-coming makers, including UK and international purveyors of carpets, rugs and floorcovering.

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