Brintons Carpets Ltd acquired by Argand Partners LP from the Carlyle Group
Brintons was awarded the prestigious Woven Carpet Design Installation of the Year award for its Art Deco inspired carpets at Quaglino’s.
Brintons acquires F.D Agnella, the Polish-based manufacturer and supplier of high quality carpets and rugs.
Britain’s biggest ever cruise ship, the £473 million P&O Britannia, which was officially named by Her Majesty The Queen, features over 21,000 sqm of custom Axminster carpet manufactured by Brintons
Brintons manufacturers bespoke carpet designed by Erdem for Wool Week 2014, Southwark Cathedral, London
Christian Zuzunaga ‘Deep Grid’ rug for Brintons wins The Wallpaper* Design Award 2014. The award ceremony was held on the 15th January 2014 in San Francisco with judges including Victoria Beckham, Michael Chow, Ron Gilad, Spike Jonze and Thom Mayne.
Brintons opens a new office in Dubai. Brintons has a successful track record in the United Arab Emirates, having provided bespoke carpets for a number of high-status projects including two prominent Abu Dhabi hotels, Etihad Towers and Dusit Thani.
Brintons latest collaboration with The Campaign for Wool was showcased at Wool House between the 13th to 24th March 2013. Brintons worked with designer Cristian Zuzunaga to produce a 100ft runner for the event held in the West Wing of Somerset House, London.
Brintons supplies carpets to The Gritti Palace, Venice’s most celebrated hotel.
Domotex Russia September 2012 - Brintons Dancer Rug.
The Spice Girls have reunited on the staircase at London's St Pancras Renaissance Hotel which featured in the video for the band’s debut single 'Wannabe'. Following a lavish refurbishment, the grand staircase graces a stunning carpet from Brintons.
Brintons Carpets exhibited at Birmingham's first design EXPO in well over 100 years. The EXPO, was held at the Mailbox, the premier shopping centre in Birmingham, June 15th-22nd.
Brintons unveiled Dark Fairytale at the Hospitality Design Conference and Expo in Las Vegas, NV.
Brintons launches its latest Commercial stocked range 'Fringe' developed specifically for leisure, gaming and hospitality interiors.
Brintons supplies carpet to the newly-opened St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London, the location used in their 1999 brand campaign.
Brintons is acquired by The Carlyle Group, a global alternative asset manager.
Brintons launches its first High Definition Weave Collection, to be woven on its latest patented looms.
Brintons wins silver award for Laura Ashley at the UK House Beautiful awards.
Brintons weave and supply the world's largest single commercial carpet order of 175,000 sqm to T3 building of Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi.
Brintons launches its Residential "Seasons by Brintons" advertising campaign.
Brintons collaborate with leading design duo Timorous Beasties to create "First Weave", a collection of designs which are large in scale and go against almost every conventional rule.
Brintons wins the "Retail Floors" Reader's choice award for media campaign of the year.
Our new design studio in Pune, India is opened.
Brintons wins the UK BCFA award for "Innovation in Weaving Technology" with the 651 loom which can weave up to 24 colours.
Brintons supplies over 20,000 square metres of custom woven carpet for the new Wembley Stadium, London, UK.
Brintons supplies 97,000 sqm to refurbish the Ernest N Morial Convention Center in New Orleans after it provided temporary accommodation for 25,000 people left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.
Readers of the magazine Contract Flooring Journal award Brintons "Best Broadloom Product" for its commercial stocked range portfolio.
Brintons supplies 20,000 square metres of custom woven carpet for P&O's Arcadia. The 83,000 tonne cruise liner is the most luxurious vessel ever built exclusively for British passengers.
Brintons wins Gold Award for Pure Living at House Beautiful.
Brintons launched its "most luxurious carpets in the world campaign", this time working with renowned shoe designer Manolo Blahnik.
Brintons acquisition of Woodward Grosvenor.
Brintons is awarded the "Manufacturing Excellence Award" (MX2001), beating competition from British Aerospace and Jaguar. The success is recognition of the tremendous progress made by the company in the areas of customer focus, product and process innovation, as well as the efficient use of resources.
The company wins the coveted "Supplier of the Year" in the UK floor covering industry awards. In addition, readers of Contract Floors magazine award Brintons the accolade of "Supplier 2000", this award is based on quality, customer service, product range and price.
Brintons India is officially opened.
The "Some things in life wear better than others" campaign is launched, shot on location at the derelict St Pancras Chambers Hotel, with dresses by Anthony Price.
Group turnover tops £100 million. Construction of a new factory in Pune, India begins.
Brintons' "Spotlight" patented system for dyeing stipple yarns is awarded Millennium product status by the Design Council. It is also British Wool's "Yarn of the Year".
Brintons acquires U.S Axminster, Greenville, Mississippi, USA. The acquisition makes Brintons the world's largest Axminster carpet manufacturer.
Brintons wins its first Queen's Award for Export Achievement.
Brintons Go Live having completely replaced central computing systems. New system built around Tropos/Coda packages replaces old legacy systems.
Brintons is awarded the world’s largest ever woven carpet order. 135,000 square metres of custom designed Axminster is supplied for the new Chek Lap Kok international airport, Hong Kong. The carpet is woven to withstand the footfall of 35 million passengers each year.
Brintons Mk15 (15ft /4.57m) Wilton face-to-face loom is developed.
Brintons Industrial de Alcatifas Limitada (Brintons Portugal) is built and opened, housing 10 Axminster looms.
Brintons invests £10 million in a new spinning mill at Telford, UK.
Brintons celebrates 200 years in business.
Brintons' 4.00 metre gripper Axminster loom is put into service. The Paris showroom is opened.
Brintons becomes the first company to introduce Computer Aided Design (CAD) for carpets.
Telford expansion makes it the largest carpet yarn plant in Europe.
Brintons USA is formed in order to give the company better representation in the North American market.
Telford Plant established.
Bell Twist is manufactured for the first time.
Brintons PTY (Geelong, Australia) formed.
The Royal Warrant is granted to Brintons in recognition of supplying carpets to Royal residences.
Brintons pioneers the use of the 80% wool, 20% nylon yarn blend for carpets.
Brintons celebrates 150 years in business (carpet supplied for Queen Mary).
Brintons builds its first broadlooms (all had previously been 27" narrow looms).
Brintons Engineering Department is established. From this day forward the company make all their looms.
After six years of development, Brintons patents the gripper Axminster loom.
Brintons became a limited company – John Brinton and Son.
Brintons head office is built and opened in Exchange Street, Kidderminster.
Brintons established a carpet factory in Kidderminster.
The first mill is opened..