Craftsmanship & Healthy indoor climate
The Dura Living brand has a long tradition of developing and manufacturing high-quality soft carpets. That craftsmanship is recognisable in every fibre of our organisation. With the acquisition of the Dura brands by Condor Carpets in 2020, the Dura Living brand has been modernised and optimised, resulting in a premium collection that exudes elegance and luxury.
You can find additional information about our carpet below.
Frequently Asked Questions
Dura Living stands for high-quality, soft carpet with endless choice of possibilities
The Dura brand has been around since 1955 and has a long tradition in the production of Polyamid carpets. With the acquisition of the Dura brands by Condor Carpets in 2020, the Dura Living brand has been modernized and optimized, resulting in a sustainable collection that exudes elegance and luxury.
Dura Living carpets are produced in the east of the Netherlands. In this part of the Netherlands, the carpet industry has a long and diverse history.
Absolutely! The products of Dura Living are sustainable, the innovative fibres are particularly hardwearing and easy to care for.
You can recognise our Dura Living carpets, which meet the strict European standards, by the GUT seal of approval, CE, Eurofins Gold & Blue Engel (RAL-ZU 128) logo.
- Personal lifestyle; unlimited style possibilities
- Bespoke rugs in all unlimited formats
- With a positive effect on the indoor climate
- Warmth, calmness and comfort with a unique character
- A collection that breathes elegance and luxury
From various countries, mostly from Europe
Yes, the carpet is warm, comfortable and easy to maintain. A strong product that can be lived on for years without any worries. The carpet requires regular and proper maintenance. Keep dirt out as much as possible by using a good walking mat. We recommend vacuuming at least twice a week with a good, carpet-covered hoover. Both dust and coarse dirt will be removed effectively this way.
In the unlikely event of a stain occurring, time is of the essence. 90% of all stains and spots can be easily removed with water, provided you act quickly.
To remove a stain:
- Always work from the outer edge toward the center to prevent spreading. Dab liquids dry with a paper towel or absorbent cloth; scoop up solids with a spoon or the end of a knife.
- Take a light, colourfast cotton cloth; wet it and wring it out.
- Always work from the outer edge toward the center to prevent spreading.
- Place the cloth on the stain and leave it there (do not rub!).
- Change the cloth when it is dirty and repeat until it is no longer dirty.
Caution: do not rub or use a hair dryer, as this may cause permanent damage to the pile fibre. Do not use household cleaning products, such as soft soap, neutral soap, ammonia solution, turpentine, benzene cleaners or salt.