I read an article four years ago about condo owners paying the Amish to carefully tear down old decrepit barns, to refinish the gorgeously thick slabs of wooden beams and planks so they could nail them to subfloor in their Toronto abodes. If every antique piece of furniture tells a story, that one would be fabulous for your flooring. There is wonderful appeal to that which points us back in time, simpler times, like the wide planks from towering trees that we haven’t seen the likes of since the aforementioned barns were built).
One look at this Natural Sheepskin Rug and you will have the urge to drape it across your bedroom floor, so it can be the first thing to touch your feet in the morning and the last thing you step from at night, lulling you into a deep lush sleep, as deep and thick as the plush rug itself.
Custom hospitality carpet like this is unmatched in grandeur and decadence especially for a commercial carpet. Designed by Timorous Beasties, Brintons, overlapping patterns challenge typical repeats and scale. I’d like to see this in the next boutique hotel I’ll frequent. See the vintage damask print below: