Wools of New Zealand - Reintroducing a Luxury Fiber to a Changing World





Temperature regulating

Temperature regulating

Nature has perfected wool to protect sheep from extremes of temperature. The crimp structure of wool traps millions of tiny pockets of air which create a barrier preventing heat loss. Wool carpet provides natural insulation by reducing draughts and trapping warmth. In summer, wool carpets prevent heat from rising through the floor, helping to keep the room cool and comfortable. And wool feels cool to touch and soothing to walk on barefoot.

Moisture balancing

Moisture balancing

Wool’s unique structure repels liquid spills, yet attracts and absorbs up to 30% of its own weight in water vapor without feeling wet, or even damp. As humidity levels rise, wool absorbs and stores the excess moisture. When the humidity drops, wool diffuses it back into the atmosphere again. Wool carpet provides a natural moisture buffer, helping to prevent condensation and dampness in your home.

Visual comfort

Visual comfort

A wool carpet enhances the ambiance and comfort of any room in your home. New Zealand wool’s superior quality provides extensive design, color and pattern flexibility, helps you to create any mood, from bright and cheerful to classic and opulent. Wool is non-reflective creating a more welcoming and relaxing environment for you and your guests to enjoy.