Maggie Lovetere

If you haven’t noticed, there’s a new member of the office crew. An English major at UMASS Boston, Maggie has started managing our social media marketing team. You may have read some of her recent Blog posts. If not, they’ll give you an insight into her style and will guide you through the design industry.

Jim Hurley

Matt and Billy’s cousin is the last member of the management team at The Carpet Workroom. Doubling as a business student, Jim has been a true “Jack” of all trades, contributing to all aspects of the operation. He has done so well that he will be managing our new warehouse and manufacturing site in Avon. […]

Billy Lovetere

The newest partner spends his time as Workroom Manager overseeing all productivity. He has learned the craft of rug fabrication and installation and still remains an integral part of the sales team. Peter’s youngest son has been hard at work learning the technical skills required of a rug craftsmen. During that time, Billy has finished […]

Matt Lovetere

CEO and minority owner of The Carpet Workroom, Matt manages the entire retail operation and business development. Before teaming up with his father, Matt worked as a middle school English teacher in Dorchester. There, he learned the valuable skills it takes to manage a fast-paced, growing business; patience, organization, communication, flexibility, and countless others. These […]

Peter Lovetere

Owner, President, and master craftsman, Peter began working in the carpet and rug business over 30 years ago as an apprentice. In the past three years, after decades of hard work and maintaining a positive attitude, he was able to accomplish his dream of owning his own carpet store in Needham. A father of 3, Peter has been able to […]

Wool Facts

Wool Facts Wool comes from sheep that produce the material to protect their bodies from a variety of climates and other natural elements. These qualities remain intact when man produces material made from this fiber to make clothing or carpet. Natural wool actually has two different types of wool cells – the orthcortex and the paracortex. […]