Established in 1991, the team at Turnberry Rug Works hand produce exquisite, bespoke rugs and wall hangings from a converted granary overlooking the sea at Girvan, on the picturesque West Coast of Scotland.
Manufacturing using only the best merino wool, between using the hand-tufting method and maintaining close relationships with dyers Turnberry Rug Works can create almost any concept from modern art to company logos or intricate prints. The workforce's expertise means they can even include natural materials such as stones, leather, seashells, steel and glass; as well as silk, linen, worsted wools and felted yarns, into the designs.
Turnberry Rug Works' quality and high level of customer service make them favourites with interior designers, architects, corporate and private clients alike; including the British Embassy in San Salvador and Virgin Money. Turnberry Rug Works' creations can be found in private homes and business premises. A 2011 collaboration with Timorous Beasties, commissioned by the National Trust for Scotland, can be seen on public display at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway.