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  1. Hey
    I went to check out Carpetright and SCS in town, looking for a theatre red carpet for my living room.

    I found these:
    Boston Saxony Carpet -

    Manhattan Plain -

    SCS doesn't list the specs of their carpet, or much of anything about it. But they have the same TOG value. In store the samples looked identical. Are they identical? What are these carpets "real" names?

    I would like to order samples to compare them but by then the sale will end.... what a cunning move
  2. Steve12

    Steve12 New Member

    Yes noble collection is the true name of all the carpets above, carpetright and scs change the names of the carpet to try stop you finding it cheaper.
  3. Steve12

    Steve12 New Member

    All 3 carpets above are the same carpet all manufactured by Balta
  4. Steve

    Steve Well-Known Member Pro Floor Fitter

    BTW, Noble won't last five minutes in a heart wear area like a lounge.
  5. marks.fletchers

    marks.fletchers New Member

    If you are looking for living room then i must say that you must do with Manhattan carpet. Well the names of the carpet are same as you provided. If looking for specifications then Manhattan is available in plain and strips. It comes in 100% Polypropylene and have huge strain and strip warranty. Looking towards Boston it is mostly used in bedroom, dining room, as well as living room but mostly grey shades are used. it comes in thick pile and is stain free polypropylene.

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