Ben Nevis Specification
Inspired by the rugged beauty of the Scottish mountain ranges, Ben Nevis is a chunky, solid colour loop pile carpet that draws inspiration from the rugged beauty of the Scottish mountain ranges. Its chunky loop construction gives it a distinctive and textured appearance, adding a touch of warmth and cosiness to any room.
The carpet is made using 100% New Zealand wool, a high-quality material that is both luxuriously soft and resilient, making it an excellent choice for carpeting.
Ben Nevis is available in six natural earth tone shades, each versatile and timeless, allowing you to find the perfect colour to complement your home’s decor.
Total Pile Weight
1900g / m2
100% Cotton Backing
Heavy Domestic / Medium Contract
Online colour variation
Images of carpet within our website are for guidance only. We recommend ordering samples or visiting a local retailer to view the colour accurately.
Colour Matching & Shade Variations
As with all textile products, colours may vary slightly from batch to batch. Whilst every effort is made to ensure accurate colour matching from one batch to another, natural undyed wools can have inherent variations in colour due to factors such as the source of the fibre, the specific breed of the animal, and environmental and seasonal influences. Even with careful production processes, these natural variations can result in slight colour differences between batches.
To address this concern and if your requirements are particularly colour critical and you require an exact colour match, it is advisable to request a dye batch cutting from your Authorised Dealer before placing your order. By obtaining a sample from the specific batch you intend to purchase, you can assess its colour and ensure it meets your expectations.
If you are using the carpet in adjoining areas, please make sure you tell us so that we can take your cuts from the same colour batch.
Riviera Home UK carpets should be sold and professionally installed in accordance with BS:5325, using a good quality underlay.
Carpets may develop light and dark shaded areas, particularly in heavy traffic areas; this is called ‘shading’ or ‘pile reversal’ and is caused by pile pressure. This can also appear as a ‘water mark’. This is not considered to be a manufacturing defect and can occur on most textiles.
Care & maintenance
If installed and maintained correctly, our carpet should give you years of good service. We recommend that spillages are spot cleaned immediately. For major spillages, please consult a professional carpet cleaning contractor.
See our Care & Installation page for more information…