Axminster Carpets has been a byword for carpet quality and craftsmanship for over 250 years. We are Britain’s best known and most prestigious carpet designer and manufacturer. We are the true authentic in carpet, being the inventor of the modern day woven carpet.
Today, we are the leading manufacturer and supplier of woven carpet in the rail market, offering unrivalled quality, engineered to meet rigorous performance standards and a bespoke in-house design service.
We produce wool and wool / nylon yarn blends carpets. Wool provides many benefits for rail travel: Acoustic benefits ie helps reduce the noise in the carriages, Quality benefits ie long term appearance retention and performance, Air quality benefits ie hypoallergenic, Wool is a natural fibre and therefore biodegradable.
Our products provide the highest levels of comfort and style that consumers have come to expect from their interior experience. Our carpets are designed and manufactured in Axminster, Devon.
Axminster Carpets is a proud recipient of the Royal Warrant of Appointment for service, quality and excellence in carpet making and supply to Her Majesty The Queen.
Axminster Carpets, holder of a Royal Warrant founded in 1755 by Thomas Whitty, the creator of the now famous Axminster Weave, has been saved.
Keen supporters of The Campaign for Wool, Axminster Carpets are proud to offer sustainable flooring solutions across the transport sector.
Drawing on esteemed experience across the transport sector, Axminster Carpets service the largest rail operators with the most precise
Axminster Carpets service rail operators with the most precise requirements, now accounting for the majority of all Woven Train Carpet.
Axminster Carpets were proud to have been involved in the recent renovation of the Belmond British Pullman, a luxury train operating...
Axminster Carpets has completed a six-month project to produce a carpet for all 51 of the TransPennine Express fleet of Class 185 trains...
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