Abbey carpet, as the name suggests, is a carpet, with a special coating, that is often used in the creation of furniture.
The word carpet is derived from the French word abbey, meaning “the soil”.
Abbey carpet is made of a special chemical compound called polyethylene.
It is a hard, fibrous substance, which has been used for centuries in a number of industries, including in the manufacture of furniture, as well as many other uses.
It has many applications including in food production, where it is used as a filler in certain foods.
One of the main uses of abbey is to protect the floor from the elements.
If it gets too wet or cold, the polyethylen compounds in carpet can leach into the surrounding soil, creating a condition that makes the floor appear to be slippery.
But there are other uses too.
Abby carpet can be used to protect a carpet from the heat of the sun, to help seal in the moisture in a garden or to prevent stains from forming on the carpet.
However, this is not always the case, as some carpet makers claim that they use abbey as a form of detergent.
This is because some people, including children, like to play on the floor with their feet on it, which would otherwise be exposed to the elements and cause them to become scratched.
“If we are going to be a carpet maker, we should also know how to treat it and treat the carpet,” explained Dr Peter Smith from the University of Birmingham.
Smith said abbey was used to create carpet in a wide range of different ways.
“We can make it into mats, mats, carpet and it is made into curtains, curtains, chairs, even a sofa.”
He said one of the reasons for using it in carpets was that it could be used for cleaning carpets, rather than just to make them slippery.
“It is very durable, and when we use it in our carpets it can be very durable as well, and we can make the carpets slippery as well.”
The use of abby carpet is also used in some of the most expensive furniture in the world, such as high-end luxury goods.
The name of the carpet comes from the ancient Greek word abbess, meaning floor, which was also the name of an abbey in Rome.
It is also a form name for carpet, which is also derived from abbey.
In addition to being a form, the word abbot also means “to clean”.
The word abby is often associated with the production of carpets in England, where abbey has become a very popular carpet.