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  • WILD GRASS

    WILD GRASS Custom Rugs. BACK Physical Sample "Scaled" 3m x 4m Artwork Construction Hand Tufted Made From 100%NZ Wool About We collaborate with the most reputable creative Designers, Interior Decorators and Architects to imbue spaces with life, vibrance and mood. Our consultants are some of the industry’s finest, offering expert guidance on production, technical information, design, colour and installation. Various Sizes Available Any Available Various Materials Available Contact us to find out more. Features Infinite Colours Hand Tufted Various Sizes Enquire Now ​ ​ Quality. Curating Environments Our Process Extensive experience and exclusive international connections allow our creative team to precisely translate briefs into the finest bespoke flooring, including the ability to customise organic and uniquely shaped rugs for exceptional points of difference. A Lasting Impression. We curate, craft and collaborate with our clients and suppliers, creating profoundly affective spaces that leave a lasting impression. Enquire Now

  • HERRINGBONE PETITE

    HERRINGBONE PETITE BACK ​ Our Herringbone Petite is a visually stunning hand-tufted carpet design that adds elegance and sophistication to both residential and commercial spaces. Its herringbone pattern creates a sense of direction and texture, while the cut and loop pile technique enhances its visual appeal. The carpet exudes luxury and warmth, making it ideal for exclusive and refined environments. Moreover, its versatility allows it to complement various interior design styles, making it a timeless and beautiful choice for enhancing any space with sophistication. Gallery Images ​ Full Colour Range HOVER OVER IMAGE FOR COLOUR CODE Download Specifications Download Brochure

  • SWAN LAKE

    SWAN LAKE Curated Rugs. BACK Construction Hand Knotted 100 KPS Made From Wool & Silk Available Stock ​ - 3m x 4.24m (Silver/ Sand) About All rugs available for immediate delivery. Discover the perfect rug to enhance your space and add a touch of timeless elegance. Features Standard Sizes Hand Tufted Hand knotted Hand Loom Enquire Now

  • HALF MOON

    HALF MOON BACK RC+D EGE HL910 PROJECT RANGES

  • CORRS CHAMBERS

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  • IC Cleaning & Maintenance

    IC CLEANING & MAINTENANCE WOOL 1. INTRODUCTION - EVERY CARPET GETS DIRTY Carpets consist of piles which are fixed in the ground fabric. The pile itself consists either of loops or of cut pile threads or a combination of these. The design of carpets may differ considerably. The pile can be flat or irregular but also high or low. Some carpets have a loose pile structure while others have piles with a very high density. With some carpets dirt is more easily absorbed between the fibres than with others. Every carpet will eventually become dirty through use and light-coloured carpets obviously show the dirt more easily than dark-coloured ones. This booklet provides maintenance recommendations and tips to prevent staining. 2. STAINING - HOW TO PREVENT IT The answer is simple: by making sure that the carpet is not exposed to dirt. This can be achieved best with a good 'dirt trough', which is a zone in which the dirt from the shoes is absorbed when coming in from outside. 80% of the soil is tracked in on the soles of shoes. A good dirt trough works in two ways: it has both a brushing and a moisture-absorbing effect. Especially with bad weather it is wise to add a moisture-absorbing (cotton) mat to the existing dirt trough, because it is moisture in particular that causes visible staining. This also applies to transitions from hard floors to carpets. 3. MAINTENANCE - HOW & WHEN Any dirt ending up in the carpet despite the dirt trough will have to be removed. First of all by good daily care. The correct removal of stains is also important in this respect. In the long-term, periodic maintenance will be needed. 3.1. DAILY CARE Regular and thorough vacuuming is the best maintenance recommendation. Dirt will be prevented from bedding in and between the fibres of the pile and can still be easily removed. It is logical that the most frequently used parts of the carpet (such as the entrance, the traffic lanes and the floor where the seats are) require extra care. Regular vacuuming will also lead to better preservation of the structure of your carpet. The best results are obtained with a vacuum cleaner with a rotating, electrically powered brush. Such a brush consists of a horizontal cylinder equipped with spiral shaped brush hairs. If your vacuum cleaner has a fixed brush, vacuum with steady movements so that the vacuum cleaner will be able to suck up the dirt. GUIDELINES Vacuum each carpet from the beginning regularly, Replace the dust bag in time because when it is full the suction power of the vacuum cleaner will decrease, If necessary, use a small suction nozzle for those places which are most intensively used. Thorough vacuuming will prevent unnecessary deterioration of your carpet. *For more information please see the PDF at the bottom of the page. GENERAL TIPS When removing stains, always remember to work from the outside towards the inside to prevent the stain from spreading. (Wool must never be rubbed but dabbed; rubbing causes the stain to become matted and the fibres distorted). Some stains require much time and a lot of absorbent material. Never rush things and remember that if at first you do not succeed, try again. Before using chemicals to treat stains it is wise to carry out a test first. Pre-test any spot removal agent in an inconspicuous area to make certain that the solution will not damage the fibre or the dye. You will then be sure that the remedy is not worse than the disease. Do not be fooled by so-called universal remedies, (they do not exist). Some remedies contain optical brighteners, which are actually florescent dyes that brighten the colours of the fibre. The use of mineral water instead of tap water will lead to better absorption of colorants. Residual stains caused by natural colorants (such as coffee and tea) should gradually disappear under the influence of light. Make sure that the moistened spot of the carpet is properly patted dry and covered with a moisture towel as the last part of the treatment; it will minimise the risk of rings. Chemical damage caused by bleaching agents, rust, urine etc. cannot or can hardly be removed. Most of these, will actually dye the fibres almost immediately. PERIODIC CARE Despite regular vacuuming, your carpet may after some time get dirty. Do not wait too long before taking measures. The dirtier the carpet, the more difficult it is to clean it. Sometimes the dirt is limited to only one part of the carpet so that only the dirty part needs to be cleaned. If you decide to do this yourself, choose the option with the least possible risks, such as: REMOVAL AGENTS OF POWDER Vacuum thoroughly the part that needs cleaning. Then spread the powder evenly or use a clean (synthetic) brush to rub it in. After the indicated drying time remove the powder thoroughly with a (brush) vacuum cleaner (powder is less suitable for wool and cotton). FINAL TIPS Always first try with lukewarm water or mineral water. Carpets must never be rubbed but dabbed; rubbing causes the stain to become matted and the fibres distorted Moving (especially heavy) furniture may damage the carpet. Scraping doors over the carpet will of course lead to damaged spots. Make sure (especially during the winter months) that the relative humidity in the room does not drop below 50%. This will prevent static charging and will benefit both your carpet and your furniture. *For further information please refer to the downloadable PDF below. Downloadable pdf HEAD OFFICE ​ Level 5/313 Flinders Lane Melbourne VIC 3000 T 03 9428 6223 E sales@rc-d.com.au CONTACT US CLEANING & MAINTENENCE DISCLAIMER PRIVACY POLICY SUBSCRIBE

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  • Wool Allergies & Clean Air

    Wool Allergies & Clean Air What is ‘fine dust’ & should I be worried about my allergies? Fine dust is a serious problem for people who suffer from respiratory issues and allergies. Fine dust, like that from incinerators or soot from diesel vehicles, are tiny particles, less than 10 microns in diameter, that can become airborne and become a cause of concern. Irrespective of the kind of dust inhaled, these particles cause irritation when they enter the respiratory tract and can result in respiratory issues or can cause your allergies to flare up (such as asthma). Where the bronchial system has previously incurred damage, the irritation effect will be much greater. How does this affect my choice of flooring finish? The current misconception is that because carpet collects more dust particles, it results in a greater chance of respiratory issues/allergies. This is not the case! ​ In reality, on a smooth flooring material (such as wood floors, vinyl, etc): When you move about or open a door, the dust gathered on the surface is stirred up and becomes airborne, aggravating allergies (entering the ‘breathing zone’) ​ However, on a wool carpeted area dust becomes ‘trapped in the carpet due to its three-dimensional structure (and is kept out of the ‘breathing zone’) - until it is vacuumed. What about vacuuming? It should be noted that vacuuming increases the amount of house dust mite allergen in the air for up to 20 minutes - this is relevant for carpet or smooth flooring surfaces. Conclusion It can therefore be concluded that the implementation of carpet in an indoor space will result in a lower frequency of airborne dust particles & thus a lower chance of induced respiratory issues This can be further evidenced in a major international survey conducted during 2002 where over 19,000 people in 18 countries showed categorically that those who have carpet in their home, especially in the bedroom, have fewer instances of asthma (the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 110(2): 285-292 (2002). HEAD OFFICE ​ Level 5/313 Flinders Lane Melbourne VIC 3000 T 03 9428 6223 E sales@rc-d.com.au CONTACT US CLEANING & MAINTENENCE DISCLAIMER PRIVACY POLICY SUBSCRIBE

  • SECRET STORY

    SECRET STORY Curated Rugs. BACK Construction Hand Knotted 100 KPS Made From 100% Bamboo Silk Available Stock ​ - 2.5m x 3.5m (Grey) - 3m x 4m (Grey) - 2.4m x 3m (Grey) About All rugs available for immediate delivery. Discover the perfect rug to enhance your space and add a touch of timeless elegance. Features Standard Sizes Hand Tufted Hand knotted Hand Loom Enquire Now

  • CHEVRON

    CHEVRON Custom Rugs. BACK Physical Sample "Scaled" 3m x 4m Artwork Construction Hand Knotted Tibetan Made From 100% Himalayan Wool About We collaborate with the most reputable creative Designers, Interior Decorators and Architects to imbue spaces with life, vibrance and mood. Our consultants are some of the industry’s finest, offering expert guidance on production, technical information, design, colour and installation. Various Sizes Available - 1.83m x 2.75m (Colour) - 2.3m x 2.9m (Colour) - 2.5m x 3.5m (Colour) Various Materials Available Contact us to find out more. Features Infinite Colours Hand Tufted Various Sizes Enquire Now ​ ​ Quality. Curating Environments Our Process Extensive experience and exclusive international connections allow our creative team to precisely translate briefs into the finest bespoke flooring, including the ability to customise organic and uniquely shaped rugs for exceptional points of difference. A Lasting Impression. We curate, craft and collaborate with our clients and suppliers, creating profoundly affective spaces that leave a lasting impression. Enquire Now

  • CELTIC WOODCARVINGS

    CELTIC WOODCARVINGS Custom Rugs. BACK Physical Sample "Scaled" 3m x 4m Artwork Construction Hand Knotted 80 KPS Made From Wool & Bamboo Silk About We collaborate with the most reputable creative Designers, Interior Decorators and Architects to imbue spaces with life, vibrance and mood. Our consultants are some of the industry’s finest, offering expert guidance on production, technical information, design, colour and installation. Various Sizes Available - 2.4m x 3m (Grey) Various Materials Available Contact us to find out more. Features Infinite Colours Hand Tufted Various Sizes Enquire Now ​ ​ Quality. Curating Environments Our Process Extensive experience and exclusive international connections allow our creative team to precisely translate briefs into the finest bespoke flooring, including the ability to customise organic and uniquely shaped rugs for exceptional points of difference. A Lasting Impression. We curate, craft and collaborate with our clients and suppliers, creating profoundly affective spaces that leave a lasting impression. Enquire Now

  • EPOCA RUSTIC ECOTRUST

    EPOCA RUSTIC ECOTRUST BACK ​ Epoca Rustic Ecotrust is a sensory experience in both colour and design. The flat-woven surface of the carpet tiles has irregular grooves and radiates age-old craftsmanship transposed into a raw, high quality look. The variation in texture imparts both a random and tightly organised look, in exactly the same way as the rustic appearance of knitted material. Colour-wise, Epoca Rustic Ecotrust is inspired by natural materials such as stone, bark and soil, aged over time by nature’s gentle yet wild phenomena. The colour palette therefore reflects varied shades of beige, grey and brown, fully in keeping with classic rooms and interiors. For bold statement floors, the collection offers bright colours such as aqua, mustard and raspberry. Gallery Images Designs/colours: 56 colours Qualities: 1 quality Available in: Tiles & planks, Recolour options: No Minimum orders: No minimum order Performance areas: EN1307 standard/Class 33 – Commercial – Heavy usage Certification: Cradle to Cradle CertifiedTM, Indoor Air Comfort Gold & GECA Certified Full Colour Range HOVER OVER IMAGE FOR COLOUR CODE Download Specifications Download Brochure

  • AUSTAL SHIPS

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  • UNA MICRO STRIPE ECOTRUST

    UNA MICRO STRIPE ECOTRUST BACK ​ The collection is available in eight different colours inspired by rare timbers. Brown, grey and beige tones create an elegant, timeless design with a stripe effect, bringing an additional sweep of elegance to a simple look. Perfectly matching colour tones create a beautiful two-tone stripe effect. Depending on the colours combined in the individual carpet, the stripe effect is more or less distinctive. The name "Micro" refers to the almost microscopic woven structure with tiny pile loops. Gallery Images Designs/colours: 8 colours Qualities: 1 quality Available in: Tiles and planks Recolour options: No Minimum orders: 48x48 cm = No minimum order requirements 96x96 cm and planks = 40 m2 Performance areas: EN1307 standard/Class 33 – Commercial – Heavy usage Certification: Cradle to Cradle CertifiedTM Indoor Air Comfort Gold Full Colour Range HOVER OVER IMAGE FOR COLOUR CODE Download Specifications Download Brochure

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Head Office

Level 5/313 Flinders Lane
Melbourne VIC 3000

T  03 9428 6223

E  sales@rc-d.com.au

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