Pink Palms has a reimagined art deco pattern that is based on Belgian architect Henry Lacoste’s interiors for the Brugmann Hospital in Brussels.
The design is part of Talk Carpet‘s 20×20 range, which looks back to the opulence of the 1920s as well as looking forwards the 2020s.
“The roaring 2020s will be a time of unbridled optimism, fueled by strong government spending boosting the economy,” the brand prediceted.
“The changed lifestyle and general sense of liberation are bound to have effects on the way we dress and how we decorate our interiors. We envision a clear trend for romanticised interiors, powerful colour statements and the revival of art deco patterns.”
The customisable, cut and loop carpet is available in a range of colours and sizes to meet project specifications. It can also be rendered in different materials including nylon, wool blends and 100 per recycled nylon.
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