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Alternative Flooring’s new collection with Liberty Fabrics brings great British pattern to its Quirky B collection. This is the first time that iconic Liberty patterns have been re-worked as carpets.
Imagine walking amongst woven heritage gardens, meadows, shells and paisleys. There are four Liberty patterns crafted into carpet.
Flowers of Thorpe is a small floral, which was popular at Liberty in the 1930s, and a style the brand has become synonymous with.
Felix Raison is a design re-worked from a stunning hand painted 19th century paisley shawl from the Liberty archive.
Strawberry Meadow is based on William Morris' famous design 'Strawberry Thief' created in 1883 depicting strawberry bushes, flowers and birds.
The design for Capello Shell was found in a Liberty book and re-worked to represent the rhyme Mary, Mary Quite Contrary, how does your garden grow?…
The carpets are made in Britain and woven on axminster looms in Salisbury, Wiltshire.
To find out about Alternative Flooring visit: www.alternativeflooring.com
£1,000 worth of carpet from Alternative Flooring with Liberty Fabrics collection *Prize does not include underlay or fitting x1
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