Mc Three: Round, oval and irregular shapes
Belgian machine weaver Mc Three has fully embraced the shape trend. The product range includes round and oval rugs as well as slightly irregular shapes, flat-woven or with pile.
Tom Tailor / Theo Keller: Carpets reminiscent of modern art
In cooperation with the Hamburg-based home blogger Anne Dirfard, Tom Tailor developed the "Coloured Shapes" series, and Theo Keller had the carpets made. The result is a well affordable and at the same time very stylish rug that combines big coloured areas and shapes reminiscent of modern art.
Balta Home: Antique look and different yarn thicknesses
Balta Home offers machine-woven Berber-look carpets with very different looks and feels: The Berclon quality Re_Fold with a very short pile ("zero pile") is even foldable for easy shipping. The basic fabric made of recycled cotton (from production surpluses) gives the carpet an antique look.
Mc Three: Natural tones and delicate patterns
Muted natural tones and delicate patterns characterise the current collections of the Belgian weaver Mc Three. The slightly irregular graphic-organic Beni Ouarain designs go well with this colour scheme.
Theo Keller: Storage capacity doubled, delivery accelerated
Theo Keller has great delivery capacity. The wholesaler will ship his goods quickly, drawing on a full range of rugs and carpets. That is the core objective behind the wholesaler's major restructuring. With a greatly expanded warehouse, a new, even more professional photo studio and a wide range of services, the Bochum-based company intends to provide optimum support to the retail trade.
Oriental Weavers: Soft and cheerful rugs with many designs
Dinosaurs, cars and friendly patterns with hearts and stars: Oriental Weavers' Giovanni Collection for children includes a wide range of designs in different styles. The machine-woven rugs are made of ultrasoft high-twist polyolefin yarn; the cheerful colour palette was created after extensive research by the company's Research and Development and design teams.