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What is Axminster Carpet?

Carpita was a term that was often used interchangeably with the term “rug” and some define carpet as a rug that stretches to each wall in a room.  Historically, the term was also applied to table and wall coverings.

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Introduction to Carpet Weave Structures

Today, weaving represents the highest standard of luxury in residential and commercial carpet manufacturing. There are three main weave structures used in American carpet-making: Axminster, Wilton and Velvet. Axminster Axminster carpet is produced on a jacquard loom creating pile carpets with an infinite scope of … Continue reading

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