Nobel Carpets calls for Nominations for Public Facilities Beautification


Nobel Carpets calls for Nominations for Public Facilities Beautification


Imagine stepping onto a lush, luxurious, colourful and delightfully vibrant floor covering the next time you’re at the National Library or National Theatre; imagine what it does to the ambience, you feel like royalty stepping in. Well, you actually have the opportunity to make that a reality.

In a bid to enhance public facilities by rendering them more beautiful and enjoyable, Nigeria’s leading manufacturer of Interior designs and floor coverings, Nobel Carpets and Rugs plans to renovate and beautify select public facilities in Lagos state.


The National Library, National Theatre, Muson Centre, Nigerian National Museum, National Stadium, Teslim Balogun Stadium, University of Lagos (UNILAG) lecture theatre or College of Technology Yaba (YABATECH) Library and more, all in Lagos are all in the mix to be considered for a facelift. It’s all in your hands though.


Nobel Carpets and Rugs has had its presence in the Nigerian market for almost three decades. The brand has gained the love of many with its inspiring, unique, high quality and affordable carpets and rugs, making it the number one choice for interior floor covering in Nigeria.


Nobel Carpets is therefore calling on members of the public to vote and nominate any public facility that needs to be beautified with its comfy, deluxe rugs.


Any member of the public desiring the beautification of any public facility can do so by nominating the facility on Nobel Carpets and Rugs social media platforms: www.facebook.com/NobelCarpetsAndRugs/ or on https://www.instagram.com/nobelcarpetsafrica/ .


At the end of the voting period of three weeks, all nominations will be compiled and the structure with the highest number of nominations will automatically be beautified with Nobel Carpets quality rugs.


This is the brand’s way of saying thank you to members of the public who have been with them for decades. So go ahead and nominate your favourite public structure and watch the ambience transform into a thing of beauty.


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