Brink & Campman has been producing quality rugs since 1897. They have specialised themselves through the years in 3 types of rugs: Axminster woven rugs, hand-tufted rugs and hand-knotted rugs.
The Axminster-woven rugs are woven in the Netherlands according to a traditional weaving process and are for the most part made up from woollen yarns varying in thickness and structure. Kodari, Everest and Himali are hand-knotted according to the traditional Tibetan highland knotting method in Nepal. Kodari and Everest are made in a beautiful wool blend of 70% New-Zealand wool and 30% Tibetan highland wool that enable rich colours to be used in the Kodari quality. The tufted rugs in the Brink & Campman collection are mostly made in colourful all-over designs. In the woollen quality, Estella artificial silk is often applied to highlight certain aspects within a design.