Carpets you’ll want to kick your shoes off for..

There is a new trend in the UK. It is becoming more and more common for people to ask guests to take off their shoes at the front door.

I’m not sure where this trend came from, or even when it began, but as an example, Winkworths Estate Agents have been carrying little ‘shower hats’ to put over your shoes when viewing houses for some time.

Some people will say something like “we’ve just had the carpets cleaned” while others might just pretend to be OCD clean types.

If you want to follow this trend, then you are going to want to make sure that you have the carpet worth taking off your Christian Louboutins for. At Luke Johnson Flooring we have a wide range of carpets which are so soft that you may never want to put your shoes on in the house again. Come to our Newbury Showroom and just feel how magical they feel, they will make your purr.
If you think that the shoeless trend is not for you, then you may want to consider our stunning range of strain resistant carpets – ideal if you accidentally trip over the dog with a full cup of coffee, or glass of red wine.
At Luke Johnson Flooring, we understand that we are carpeting your home, so whatever flooring you desire, we source it and will fit it perfectly.

Don’t just take our word for it, see what our customers say on, Trustatrader and many more customer review sites.

Happy customers like Mel Forbes, who wrote “Just wanted to drop you a quick note to say a massive thank you to you and your team for the fantastic job carpeting my house. From the very beginning it was great to gain your insight and help in selecting the carpets and then the hassle free way you and the guys carried out the work was fantastic. I would have no hesitation in recommending you to my friends and family.”

Come and see us soon, then maybe you will be asking your guests to kick off their Crocs too, while brimming with pride!

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