Craftsmanship & pure new wool
The TWN brand has a long tradition in the development and manufacture of carpets made from 100% pure new wool. That craftsmanship is recognisable in every fibre of our organisation. With the acquisition of the Dura brands by Condor Carpets in 2020, the TWN brand has been modernized and optimized, resulting in a sustainable collection that exudes elegance and luxury.
Below you will find additional information on our carpets.
Frequently Asked Questions
TWN is the abbreviation for Teppich-Werken Neumuster (in English: Carpet Works Neumuster)
100% Pure new wool of the highest quality - that is the starting point in the development of all TWN carpets. For decades, wool from New Zealand and elsewhere has been selected and processed with the utmost care.
The TWN brand has been around since the 1980s and has a long tradition in the production of carpets from pure new wool. With the acquisition of the Dura brands by Condor Carpets in 2020, the TWN brand has been modernized and optimized, resulting in a sustainable collection that exudes elegance and luxury.
TWN carpets are produced in the east of the Netherlands. In this part of the Netherlands, the carpet industry has a long and diverse history.
Absolutely! , It is natural and sustainable, as pure new wool is carefully sheared from live sheep. Wool is a completely renewable fibre, which means that it can grow and replace itself.
- 100% pure new wool; valuable and durable
- Natural product; natural, sustainable and biodegradable
- With a positive effect on the indoor climate
- Warmth and comfort with a unique character
- A collection that breathes elegance and luxury
From various countries, mostly from New Zealand
Yes, a wool carpet is warm, natural, comfortable and strong, guaranteeing years of carefree and stylish living. One of the great advantages of wool is that the fibre has a natural protective shell structure, which makes it difficult for moisture and therefore dirt to penetrate. Regular and thorough vacuuming, at least once a week and more often in areas with frequent traffic, is an economical and effective way to remove dirt and debris
In the unlikely event of a stain occurring, time is of the essence. 90% of all stains and spots can be easily removed with water, provided you act quickly.
To remove a stain:
- Always work from the outer edge toward the center to prevent spreading. Dab liquids dry with a paper towel or absorbent cloth; scoop up solids with a spoon or the end of a knife.
- Take a light, colourfast cotton cloth; wet it and wring it out.
- Always work from the outer edge toward the center to prevent spreading.
- Place the cloth on the stain and leave it there (do not rub!).
- Change the cloth when it is dirty and repeat until it is no longer dirty.
Caution: do not rub or use a hair dryer, as this may cause permanent damage to the pile fibre. Do not use household cleaning products, such as soft soap, neutral soap, ammonia solution, turpentine, benzene cleaners or salt.