Delamere Colours

Available colours within the Delamere Range:

Delamere Specification

Delamere is a unique small bobble loop design which not only enhances the visual appeal of the carpet but also adds a delightful texture underfoot. Delamere was specifically created to provide any space with a beautifully warm and welcoming look.

Delamere is available in four exquisite natural colours, with each shade designed to complement a wide range of interior styles, adding a touch of rustic elegance to your home.

Tufted in 100% undyed, natural wool heathered yarns, Delamere benefits from all the characteristics of a wool carpet. Wool is a natural and renewable resource, making it eco-friendly. It is resilient and durable, ensuring long-lasting performance even in high-traffic areas. Wool also offers excellent thermal and acoustic insulation, enhancing comfort and quietness in your home. Additionally, it is naturally flame-resistant and hypoallergenic, providing a safe and healthy environment.

This sophisticated and eco-friendly carpet is available in a 4-metre width, ensuring an easy fit and seamless installation in various room sizes and layouts.

Choose Delamere for a combination of natural beauty, durability, and timeless style. Elevate your living spaces with the warmth and charm of this exquisite new carpet range.



Pile Fibre

100% Wool

Total Pile Weight

1150g / m2

Pile Height


Total Carpet Height





Action back

Tog Rating



Heavy Domestic / Medium Contract

Foot traffic (Change in Colour & Appearance) ISO 10361:2015 Method B & EN ISO 9405:2015

Appearance: 4Weight Loss: 1.75%Thickness Loss: 2.03 mmWet rub fastness: 4-5 GS


Moth Proofed

Pure New Wool

All the above specifications are subject to normal manufacturing tolerance variations. The company may make changes or improvements to products at anytime without notice.

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.

Heathered carpets

Heathered carpets are created using random blends of colour, resulting in coloured flecks which are a natural feature of a heathered carpet. The blending process may also result in some linearity which is not always visible on samples and, again, is an inherent design of this type of carpet and not considered a manufacturing fault.


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…