The group claimed sales at British stores open for more than a year rose by 0.6% in the 12 weeks to 13 October, its fiscal second quarter, compared with a 1.7% rise in the first quarter of the year, Reuters has reported.
Total sales in the UK fell by 0.6% because of a year-on-year reduction in store numbers.
"Whilst the underlying floor coverings market remains volatile, our self-help actions such as the development of our bed proposition, extension of our laminate range to more stores and the impact of our store refurbishment programme, continue to deliver positive results," said chief executive Darren Shapland.
Like-for-like sales in its 141-store European unit, including Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands, fell by 12.7%, having fallen 6.3% in the previous quarter, reflecting weak consumer confidence in the Netherlands in particular.
The group, which makes around 80% of sales in the UK from 484 stores, said its expectations for the full-year remained unchanged.
Carpetright is expected to deliver a pretax profit for the full-year of £10.54M, according to a Reuters poll of 10 analysts.
Shares in Carpetright stand at 699.5p, up 33 percent on a year ago, valuing the business at around £470M.