Living with a wool rug
Hotta carpet debut campaign
ANTRY will start handling the new [Hotta Carpet] wool rug brand “COURT”. In commemoration of this, we will present a selectable benefit to those who make a contract during the period from October 1st (Friday) to October 31st (Sunday).
We offer "Local Woolen Court", which naturally expresses the different colors of wool from around the world without dyeing, and "Fisherman's Court", which features a woven pattern reminiscent of a traditional British sweater. increase.
Hotta Carpet was established in Izumi City, Osaka Prefecture in 1962. Since then, we have continued to manufacture woolen Wilton woven carpets together with craftsmen.
Information -Event information-
|period||October 1st (Friday) - October 31st (Sunday)|
◆ ANTRY 2F (furniture floor)
Business hours Weekdays 12:00~18:00
Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 10:00~18:00
◆ ANTRY online store
|Campaign details||If you purchase a COURT series rug during the period, you will receive either “Hotta Carpet Original Playing Cards” with illustrations of sheep from all over the world or “Carpet Cleaner” that can be used without rinsing.|
|Target product/delivery date||COURT series|
The wool rug brand "COURT" is packed with the know-how that Hotta Carpet has cultivated in projects such as hotels, with particular attention to the wool production area, sheep species, and manufacturing method for each product. Incorporating the essence of fashion, it blends in with the space like a jacket tailored just for you.
Not only for interior design, but also for creating a relaxing space.
COURT is made with the desire to be the entrance to such a "comfortable life unique to wool rugs".
The Wilton loom for producing carpets was developed during the British Industrial Revolution in the 1800s. Currently, many carpets are made with an "embroidered" technique called "tufted", but Wilton carpets made with Wilton looms are made with "woven fabric" in which the warp and weft threads are interwoven. It is extremely durable. At Hotta Carpet, we carefully use Wilton looms, which were produced in Japan about 50 years ago, while maintaining them many times.