The past 18 months has been a time of uncertainty and change for many, but thankfully with new developments and continued support The Woven Edge has kept the creativity going strong.
1. The Showroom
We're super excited to welcome you to our brand new showroom readily open to the public with a diverse range of luxury handmade rugs on display.
Still situated within the renowned carpet town of Kidderminster we have countless hand crafted samples and rugs to takeaway, or with the help of our dedicated design team, you can design your very own custom made rug there and then.
Give us a call for more details and come and say hello!
Imagery of The Woven Edge Showroom.
Address: Unit B9-B10, Ratio Park, Finepoint Way, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY11 7FF
2. Retail Opportunities
We are also looking to partner with like minded retailers, furniture stores and designers who have an interest in bespoke interior accessories.
Get in touch to arrange a meeting with our sales manager, Michelle where we can talk and guide you through our customisable rug ranges and in store sampling solutions.
Imagery from left to right. One of our retailers in store display, Arighi Bianchi. The Woven Edge Accent range displayed on our sample stands.
3. The Studio.
Based in the historic market town of Kidderminster, we are proud to have now taken residency in the infamous Museum of Carpet and we certainly feel welcomed.
Also home to our sister company, Forte Cloth, we bring both trend driven design and traditional technique to the forefront of rugs.
Imagery from left to right. The Woven Edge office at The Museum of Carpet. The Woven Edge team at Decorex. The Museum of Carpet entranceway.
Address: Stour Vale Mill, Green Street, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 1AZ.
4. The Museum of Carpet Milestone.
The Museum of Carpet opened on the 19th of October 2012 and is the only museum in the UK dedicated to celebrating the heritage, art and industry of carpet making.
This month, the team celebrate their 9th anniversary and welcome you to join in the celebrations.
Visitors are invited to discover the unique story of Kidderminster, once known as the 'carpet capital of the World', through visuals, photos, films and interactive displays which children and adults alike can enjoy. The Museum is brought to life through their dedicated team of volunteers, most of whom lived and worked in Kidderminster during it's carpet industry hey day.
Fascinating displays of both hand and power loom demonstrations are available for you to take part and watch.
For more information and to find out when to see traditional weaving in action, visit the website.
Imagery from left to right. Traditional design methods using point paper to plot patterns. Looms on display at The Museum of Carpet.
We look forward to seeing you all soon.