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How to Create a Tretford Custom Rug with Heritage Carpets

Most designers will know stunning Tretford Carpets come in tile and broadloom configuration, but some may not realise the corded goat hair carpet can be fashioned into custom rugs for designs.

The Tretford custom rug process gives designers three simple options to get their design created.

Option 1: provide a full design

Submit a final scale drawing in vector/CAD with all dimensions shown. Include the project name, select the preferred Tretford roll sample colour combinations and include all dimensions to the design elements.

Option 2: provide a concept

Submit a concept sketch or drawing for Heritage Carpets' experts to create to scale. Heritage Carpets add dimensions to every shape to be cut for production and make a scale drawing design for the deisgner to review.

Option 3: provide a design brief

Submit a design brief and Heritage Carpets can develop a concept and scale drawing. They can work from a customer brand ID, a colour scheme or motif, or inspirational imagery and ideas.

In this case what Heritage Carpets need designers to do is:

  • Provide the overall dimensions and shape by supplying a file or hand drawn sketch.
  • Determine whether the rug will be floating, in-set, wall-to-wall, or featuring up a wall.
  • Choose the colours from the available Tretford palette.
  • Also keep in mind, Tretford’s ribs will generally run across the width of the rug, however, this can change on request if a designer have a preferred direction.

Contact Heritage Carpets for help in making a custom rug design a reality.

View more information on Heritage Carpets, including contact details.
April 2019 EBOSSNOW Product News
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