Carpet and New Zealand Wool in Tampa, FL
We pride ourselves on having the largest selection of carpet in Central Florida with over 14,000 options to chose from. We work with over 170 manufacturers and suppliers from all over the world and offer every type of fiber, style and price point. We are continually reviewing and going out of our way to educate ourselves on new product lines and to make sure we help you choose the correct style from design to appropriate quality. Our installers are master craftsmen with extensive experience and we have the capabilities to do the most difficult installations from hand-sewn seams to custom work and beyond.
- Commercial and Residential Carpet
- British and New Zealand Wool Carpet
- Viscose/Silk Carpet
- Banana Silk/Bamboo Silk
- Tencel Carpet
- Lurex Carpet
- Custom Design/Custom Color Carpet
- Indoor/Outdoor Carpet
- Sisal/Seagrass/Jute Carpet
- Pet Protect Carpet
- Boat Carpet
- StainMaster/BCF Nylon
- Caress Nylon
- Polyester Carpet
- Shag Carpet
- Wilton/Axminster Woven Carpet
- Floral/Pattern Carpet
- Contemporary/Traditional Carpet
- Printed Carpet
- Carpet Tiles
- Plush Carpet/Shimmery Carpet
- Animal Print Carpet
- Hand-Tufted Carpet
- Olefin/Acrylic Carpet
- Oriental Design Carpet
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There are a tremendous variety of broadloom carpet styles available.
The Dabbieri Collection®
The Dabbieri Collection® is a line of fine floor coverings curated to exemplify the finest levels of beauty and craftsmanship. The Collection includes area rugs, carpets, and hardwoods, each in a broad range of choices for style, color, pattern, and texture. Established in 1998, the line now features more than 10,000 products manufactured to our exacting standards. The Collection is available throughout North America, from independently-owned showrooms that have a particular focus on serving the needs of the luxury consumer.
The Just Shorn™ line of carpets and rugs is made from the finest New Zealand wool, grown by farmers committed to respecting their land and sheep as sustainable resources. CONTINUE READING >>