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Good Homes magazineGood Homes Magazine

January 2016’s Good Home Magazine Kitchen section featured a house in Surrey using Amtico Flooring supplied and fitted by Jeffries Carpets and Flooring. 

The couple are delighted with the end result. The client says, ‘We used to have to go through the living room to get to the back garden, but now we can just fold back the doors and enjoy the view. On a sunny day, this is just the loveliest room in the house to be in.’

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Bedroom Carpets SurreyKitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms Feature

Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms FeatureApril 2012’s Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms featured a house in Cobham which had been extended and transformed by a young couple with a flair for modern design with a dramatic edge. 

The house was opened out and decorated in elegant style with individual touches.  Many of the furnishings were chosen from local and independent companies including the carpets in the bedrooms and sitting area which were supplied by Jeffries Carpets and Flooring. 

These carpets were 100% wool loop pile Brockway Cavendish in colour Bonnet – a colour which continued the sophisticated neutral/grey colour scheme running throughout the house.

Featured in Country Homes and Interiors

We installed flooring in this beautiful Tudor house owned by our customer in the picturesque village of Ripley, and in part of her cafe and shop opposite the house in Ripley High Street. It was featured in Country Homes and Interiors. For more information go to

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House frontPolesden Lacey House

Conservators at the National Trust property at Polesden Lacey recently renovated the furnishings in the Portico Room.

Meetings were held between National Trust staff and ourselves to source carpeting as close as possible to that used when the house was first built. The National Trust chose Grosvenor Wilton Carpets Worsted Range which is made from a fine worsted wool yarn with 100 tufts to the square inch then specially dyed and finished for period authenticity.