Wool and Synthetic Carpet


Whatever your carpet taste we have it all. Choose from hard wearing wool and synthetic carpets o luxury velvets and saxonies. For something different we supply sisal, seagrass, jute and coir floor coverings as well as plaids and stripes, and all carefully selected by us from leading manufacturers from around the world.

A strong relationship with all the recognised carpet and flooring manufacturers. As a result of our enhanced group buying power through Greendale we are able to offer you competitive prices at the very best value for money possible.

Benefits of buying Wool Rich carpet:

  • Natural, warm, and hygienic
  • Wide choice of colour, textures and patterns
  • Performance over the years
  • Insulates heat and absorbs noise
  • Renewable and flame resistant fibre

Benefits of buying Synthetic carpet:

  • Stain resistant
  • Bleach cleanable
  • Less expensive

Benefits of buying Natural carpet:

  • Made from natural plant fibres – sisal, seagrass, jute and coir
  • Stylish and Contemporary
  • Offer unique feel and texture
  • Hardwearing

 

Visit our Manufacturers page to see the variety of carpets and flooring we offer. Our experienced team will help  you to plan your project from start to finish.

At the Flooring Studio we also offer colour and design advise. You are welcome to borrow carpet samples or bring in your fabrics and accessories and we will help to to create a scheme for the room with coordinating wallpaper, paint and floor covering colours. You can book an appointment by simply contacting us on tel. 01786 833383 or by sending an email to enquiries@theflooringstudios.com

Please note we plan, co-ordinate and guarantee all our installations for the complete peace of mind.

We stock, sell, supply, & fit wool and synthetic carpets in Bridge of Allan, Dunblane, Stirling and throughout Central Scotland.

In addition to local projects, we have also completed wool and synthetic carpet installations in:

Kings Park; Torbrex

Dollar; Alloa; Tillicoultry; Muchart

Bonnybridge; Torwood; Larbert; Falkirk

Cumbernauld; Dullater; Kilsyth

Auchterarder; Comrie; Crieff; Dunning; Braco

Cambubarron; Gargunock; Kippen; Fintry

Buchlyvie; Balfron; Killearn; Drymen;

Thornhill; Callander; Port of Mneteith; Aberfoyle; Gartmore