Siboney broadloom wall-to-wall carpet (1953)
Siboney broadloom by Bigelow has more “extras” than a newsboy
Just look at the richly-textured pattern! Notice how Siboney’s special 3-level pile gives you the beautiful highlights and shadows you find in the costliest sculptured rugs.
Beauvais broadloom carpet (1954)
Brightens your dark rooms! Nothing brightens a dark room more beautifully than a luxurious sweep of Bigelow’s Beauvais Wheat broadloom in doeskin beige or dover grey.
Now DuPont nylon ushers in a new era in carpeting quality (1954)
Broadloom Match-Mates to mix and match carpets (1954)
Mix them and match them… tie rooms together
>> Also see: Lucy & Desi Arnaz choose their dream carpet (1955)
Bretton Hall broadloom (1954)
For many, many happy Christmases to come!
Christmas ’54 will be an unforgettable day if you give her Bigelow’s Bretton Hall broadloom. No gift could do more to brighten the heart of a woman who loves her home. So be a smart Santa; take your wife to your Bigelow retailer’s today…
Bigelow Waikiki broadloom (1955)
If you want a real luxury carpet at a moderate price, Bigelow Waikik broadloom is for you.
Now! Two exciting new carpet textures (1955)
Something new in luxurious sculpted carpeting! (1955)
Fresh and gay — and “very today” (1955)
Touraine carpet achieves a two-level texture with straight and Curltwist all-wool yarns. 4 are in stunning abstract patterns. A fifth gives a stylized damask effect. About $11.95 per square yard. (From Alexander Smith)