We are a dedicated and innovative manufacturer of ‘custom made’ rugs and carpets
An enthusiastic love for the textile trade, a creative development team and the close guarding of high-quality and service make Carpet Sign what it is: a dedicated and innovative manufacturer of ‘custom made’ rugs and carpets; Since 1979 Carpet Sign has specialized in the manufacture of rich rugs in which structure and colour are the essence. Each rug is of a unique structure, size and colour and is made entirely to satisfy any request. A special collection is achieved through the blending of various yarn types and colours.
The Carpet Sign collection enriches living rooms, offices and more. For all kind of situations the diverse collection offers creative solutions. Due to the Studio’s expertise Carpet Sign is able to vividly imagine and convert your specific wishes into a perfectly matching rug.
Made in Holland
Carpet Sign specializes in creating and producing top quality, tufted rugs in various different pile heights, from low pile [10mm] to high pile [60 mm].
The production activities take place in the Netherlands [Asten] by a professional and motivated team. The factory exudes knowledge and is a unique mixture of high tech machines and craftsmanship. The state of the art CADCAM controlled robots have resulted in infinite possibilities: square, rectangular, circular, ellipse and even organic shapes form part of the possibilities. Your interior is our guiding principle!
Our pride in our Dutch Design was reemphasised in 2007: Carpet Sign’s outdoor Atlantique collection was nominated for the Dutch Design Prizes this year and finished in the top 5 of the consumer product category!
Carpet Sign and 9 other textile companies are on the look out for sustainable textile, as well as the road they need to go down in order to achieve this. Expertises are bundled in order to arrive at sustainable solutions.
The aim is to develop a so-called ‘green paper’ which shows the product’s level of sustainability [for example, plant extract used for painting] and the production process [reclaiming energy etc] with the use of ‘organic, technical, re-use, certification and energy’ icons. A first step towards this has now been made and the results have been bundled in the first edition of ‘sustainable home’ a booklet which indicates how we see the applicability of sustainable textile in a sustainable home with the use of examples.