Royal Dutch Carpet

Style and Value for the Decorative Market

Royal Dutch Carpets, acquired by Stanton Carpet Corporation in 1995, dominates the broadloom category with decorative patterns and tufted products at mid-tier pricing, making its consumer base significantly more widespread than Stanton’s more affluent consumer base.

With the support of Stanton’s unsurpassed style partnered with sensible price points, Royal Dutch continues to produce a product line in wools and synthetics that is in high demand nationwide.

Stanton Carpet, the corporation’s self-branded predominantly wool product line features high quality, designer-driven patterns and styles available through select flooring dealers throughout the country. Stanton produces a number of decorative, high-quality, specialty collections including the Pacific Heights & Sterling Collections of needlepoint Wiltons and the Karaman collection, all wool decorative patterns in a lush cut pile broadloom with runner coordinates.

Stanton continues to set new standards of innovation and design in uniquely decorative carpets such as textured Wilton’s, wool tufted textures, flat- weaves, wool blends, synthetic and natural fiber products with patterns produced exclusively for Stanton.