Farnham Antique Carpets
  • The Old Parsonage
    Church Street
    Crondall
    Farnham
    Surrey
    GU10 5QQ
Farnham Antique Carpets are the Specialists in Antique and Decorative carpets and rugs and are certain to be able to find the perfect carpet or rug for your requirements.

With over 35 years experience dealing with hand woven carpets we are certain to be able to find the perfect carpet for your requirements. Following the sad passing of Karel Weijand in 2009, our business was formed as we wanted to continue with the work we had all enjoyed so much in the Lion & Lamb Courtyard, Farnham gallery for so many years.

We offer the service of showing all of our carpets in-situ as we realise buying a carpet can be a very daunting exercise. We will make the sourcing of the right carpet as easy as possible, by visiting your home or business with a varied selection of carpets and rugs to compliment your interior and space. We will share our passion and knowledge on antique carpets, their origins and age and help guide you towards the correct size and design that will suit your
homes interior.


Whether you are a private individual or an interior designer please don't hesitate to contact us with your requirements. Furthermore we would love for you to visit us in Crondall, please call 01252 851215 to arrange a time.
We are members of BADA and LAPADA and take part in both of the associations' fairs throughout the year, please see our events section.

Our services include cleaning, restoration and valuations. With our professional restorer who has over 30 years experience we can undertake repairs from securing rug fringes to large holes. Our cleaning service requires the intensive dust removal from a rug then the surface of the rug must be cleaned with a very mild shampoo. All work is carried out by hand.
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New premises offers even more choice at Farnham Antique Carpets
11/01/2013

thebestof Farnham member, Farnham Antique Carpets, are delighted to announce their move to a larger showroom. Read article