Renton Oriental Rugs - Trusted and respected by our customers since 1976

As the years pass, the retail industry has constantly had to innovate and reinvent itself. In today’s fast changing world this has never been more obvious which is why we have embraced the changing habits of our customers and ho they can access our stock from the comfort of their own home.

However, the values and principles that we have always stood for as a family business have never changed. We still hold those close to how we deal with our customers no matter where they are in the world.  You can always be assured of excellent customer service, integrity and trust when you purchase from us.

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Established by my father Graeme in 1976, we’re still am independant family run business in St Andrews, Scotland.

During this time we have built excellent relationships with most of the UK’s importers of rugs from the middle east and the orient. This allows us access to probably the largest selection of rugs in the UK.

In the summer of 1976 Graeme Renton at the age of 37 decided to start a business in the current premises in South Street, St Andrews… In the summer of 1976 Graeme Renton at the age of 37 decided to start a business in the current premises in South Street, St Andrews… In the summer of 1976 Graeme Renton at the age of 37 decided to start a business in the current premises in South Street, St Andrews… In the summer of 1976 Graeme Renton at the age of 37 decided to start a business in the current premises in South Street, St Andrews…

Then in 1999, his youngest son Douglas took over the helm and that’s when it really did all get a little bit f’**ked up as they say. Then in 1999, his youngest son Douglas took over the helm and that’s when it really did all get a little bit f’**ked up as they say. Then in 1999, his youngest son Douglas took over the helm and that’s when it really did all get a little bit f’**ked up as they say. Then in 1999, his youngest son Douglas took over the helm and that’s when it really did all get a little bit f’**ked up as they say.