Brink & Campman Rugs
Producing quality rugs for over 100 years, Brink & Campman is one of the most influential rug brands today. A proven powerhouse of fashion, boasting unparalleled design knowledge, quality production techniques, and the ability to not only stay on top of the trends but be the brand that others follow for inspiration. Brink & Campman is a trend setter.
Three types of rugs stand out amongst Brink & Campman’s creations. Their hand-knotted rugs, hand-tufted rugs, and Axminster woven rugs. Given the age of Brink & Campman, it is not surprising that when creating rugs via traditional methods they are particularly noteworthy. For example their Kodari, Everest and Himali collections are hand knotted using a traditional Tibetan highland method in Nepal. Within their Kodari and Everest range, 30% Tibetan highland wool and 70% New Zealand wool are used in order to create long lasting, deep, vibrant colours in their rug collections.
In contrast, the Himali range is knotted in hand spun and hard-carded Tibetan wool. Every process has a purpose with Brink & Campman, as we learn that these techniques used in the Himali collection serve to produce more earthy tones, a well-known feature of the Himali range.
Brink & Campman's range is extraordinary, being able to produce distinctly varied inspired works in order to satisfy any type of space. With strong European influences they bring together quality, style and contemporary design to present annual collections to add that touch of personality to your floor.
To the point of quality Brink and Campman utilities propriety yarns to ensure the final product is of the highest standard. This results in a long lasting product that is sure to be a focal point of any room.
Perfection is of paramount importance and in this rug collection you can expect the final products to undergo significant quality testing prior to release. Each individual piece is assessed prior to shipment to ensure your satisfaction.
With style and quality at the heart of all Brink and Campman pieces it’s easy to see why they have remained a top designer and thought leader in the flooring fashion industry for many years.