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The velvety magic of Frizzle carpet

Luxurious, rich and velvety, Frizzle is one of our most popular carpet products. And it’s no wonder why. Frizzle’s silky texture will transform a space overnight – and retain its signature lustre for years to come. 

Available in a warm palette of 17 shades, Frizzle has the same thick cut pile of equally popular Shimmer carpet. Made in Denmark, it’s part of Runic, our colourful collection of Scandinavian deep pile carpets.

The magic of Frizzle carpet is that it can be laid wall‐to‐wall or as a rug, cut to any shape or size. Thanks to a unique, non-slip backing system, it safely sits over most types of hard or soft flooring – even over underfloor heating systems – without the need for underlay or adhesive. 

Frizzle will also stay fray‐free, even without edging or binding. It’s a quick-to-install, affordable and flexible way of transforming a commercial space.

Frizzle carpet at Berkeley Partnership

When moving into their new space at 20 Farringdon Street, Berkeley Partnership wanted a design that embodied their company culture – welcoming, inclusive, personable and sociable. Designers from Denton Associates picked shade Zloty, cut to a circular area rug, to mark a cosy breakout space in the main reception area.

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Frizzle Zloty cut to a circular area rug at Berkeley Partnership
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Frizzle Zloty cut to a circular area rug at Berkeley Partnership

Click here to explore the full Frizzle carpet range and order a free sample.


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