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Antrim has taken the carpet world by storm. The brand, originally known for dense chunky undyed wool textures, has been an ever evolving force over the last fifteen years. Now in 2022 the diversity of the line has made the brand a go-to resource for designers and consumers alike. As we continue to add to our natural wool assortment, we have expanded and broadened the offerings. The Fine Weave collection introduces refined, structured flatweaves to the product assortment. The silken collection provides a luminescent touch with is the use of high-end synthetic fibers. Our newest collection, the Craft collection focuses on more decorative, specialty products. We have infused the offerings with color and now pattern as well. With so much to choose from Antrim’s prosperity can only increase as we continue to supplement and strengthen this powerhouse. Browse Antrim Carpet Selections 



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Making the right decision can be challenging. Interpreting your lifestyle and how you live in your home are key to making the perfect choice for your flooring. Your floors get a lot of wear and tear from pets, guests and family of all ages – your carpet literally gets walked over every day. Choosing a carpet that can wear well and maintain its beauty for years to come is something to always take into consideration. Stanton provides you with luxury solutions to meet and exceed your expectations across a variety of different constructions and qualities.

Antrim Carpets USA, LTD is acquired by Stanton Carpet in November 2007. Below is an explanation of the various  construction types that are available through Stanton
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Machine Tufted Construction

  • Needles stitch hundreds of rows of pile yarn through a primary backing
  • A loop holds the yarn in place to form a tuft as the needle is removed
  • Can create either loop or cut-pile finish
  • The fastest method of carpet production
  • Easiest construction to install

Woven Wire Wilton


  • Oldest method of carpet manufacturing
  • Originated in Wilton, England
  • Pile is created by weaving yarns around a series of wires across the width of the carpet
  • Loop pile is created by extracting the wires leaving the loop intact
  • Cut pile is created by extracting wires with cutting blades at one end
  • It is also possible to create a combination of cut and loop pile with this method

Face to Face Wilton

  • Traditionally creates a cut-pile finish only
  • The carpets are woven as a “sandwich” and split into two rolls (genders) at the end of production
  • Exceptionally durable and dimensionally stable
  • Differs from wire-Wilton production in that all the yarn is utilized and not buried in the backing style

Machine Flatweave

  • Does not have any backing
  • The warp (length) and weft (width) yarns comprise the entire foundation of the carpet
  • Produces low-profile finish
  • Exceptional durability

Woven Hand-Loomed

  • Essentially a manual version of machine wire-Wilton carpet weaving
  • Yarn is woven over a series of metal rods
  • The loop is kept intact for loop finishes and cut over the top of the rods for cut-pile finishes
  • Can also create cut and loop textures
  • Allows for creating a variety of textures that cannot be achieved on conventional weaving or tufting machines
  • Widths up to 16’3”


  • Same basic concept as machine tufting
  • Yarns are ”punched” through a primary backing using a handheld tufting gun
  • Oftentimes patterns are printed on the primary backing to guide the tufting
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  • Latex is applied to the back of the primary and a secondary backing is applied to lock the yarns in place
  • A cosmetic “scrim” is usually applied to conceal the salvage yarns and provide added dimensional stability


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