Brink & Campman Collection 2023

At B&C we are celebrating our 125th anniversary this year. We have been manufacturing and designing rugs for over a century.

Rugs that are born out of a combination of passion, craftsmanship and sustainability. Our love for beautiful yarns and their endless possibilities motivates us each time to design and make the most unique and innovative rugs. Besides the knowledge we have gained in the past century, we are constantly looking for innovation.

We work with carefully selected producers from all over the world to develop new techniques and qualities. This collaboration ensures that we can continue to innovate and improve and is reflected in the versatile collection of rugs for which Brink & Campman is renowned. We know better than anyone that every step in the process from raw wool to refined rug is of great importance. That’s why we look for the best applications and materials at every step.

The majority of our rugs are produced in our factory in Lichtenvoorde, the Netherlands, so we have a perfect view of the different processes that are so important to ensure the high-quality result we always envision.


axminster woven/tufted - pure new wool
total weight ca 4400 gr/m2 | 5500 gr/m2 (loop pile)
pile weight ca 3000 gr/m2 | 4000 gr/m2 (loop pile)
pile height ca 15/35 mm | 35 mm (loop pile)


140x200 cm 4’7”x 6’7”
170x240 cm 5’7”x 7’10”
200x300 cm 6’7”x 9’8”
250x350 cm 8’2”x 11’6”
custom sizes on request

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A large proportion of the rugs in B&C’s collection are made using
yarns that we have developed ourselves over the years.
The development of these fibers enables us to make carpets in which the
yarn rather than the design determines the appearance of the carpet.
Through our years of experience and constant development in this area,
we can proudly say that we have developed materials that show the clear
signature of B&C. We have developed yarns that get their unique look
from the way they are dyed, felted or spun.

This development is an essential part of the design process,
where a lot of attention is paid to the color, material thickness,
material composition, etc. A minimal adjustment in one of these
aspects can result in a maximum difference in the appearance of the rug
that is eventually brought into the collection.