Not just reserved for Scottish kilts, school uniforms and picnic blankets, tartan is a sophisticated carpet pattern suitable for a variety of interiors. Warm deep tones would work well in a study, a reading room or a bar area.
The zig zag pattern has been at the forefront of interior patterns thanks to the luxury Italian label Missoni. Appropriate for both commercial and residential spaces, the zig zag can be used to create a classic look or a bolder look depending on the colour and furnishings.
Carpets in a Moroccan trellis pattern can work well in both modern or traditional interiors. For a bold look, use it in two different colours like a blue and a white or to create a subtle look opt for the Moroccan trellis in two tones of the same colour.
This Kilim pattern encompaces the basic principles followed by interior designers, harmony and contrast. While this rug can suit almost any room, the harmony concept requires it to blend in with the overall colour scheme, or for the rest of the decor to share at least one of the dominant kilim colours.
If you’re looking for a timeless pattern, Persian may be the carpet for you. The medieval patterns are like pieces of art and can suit contemporary or traditional interiors. The intricate motifs can even be associated to a particular tribe or origin.
Paisley & Boteh
Paisley & Boteh’s tear drop-shaped motif dates back to ancient Persia and has been used in a variety of interior applications including cushions, drapes, furniture and carpets. While 60’s fashion proudly displayed multi-coloured paisley material, interiors show a little more restraint using a variety of tones of the same colour.
The Beatrice carpet pattern is all about making a bold statement. The geometric design will make any interior pop whether you’re rolling it out into a large room or an intimate stairway. The question is, how bold can you go?
Brandyce is one of the more sophisticated and versatile patterned carpets on the market. The woven carpet is traditional, yet its geometric pattern means it’s one that will never date making it highly suitable for commercial and residential interiors.
The repetitive geometric pattern of Badriya is highly versatile and particularly suitable in those spaces where you’re seeking a timeless look. From bedrooms to office spaces, this is a classic carpet pattern that will only add to the interior décor, not distract.
Made in the USA, this carpet is perfect for corporate locations such as offices, hotel foyers and hallways. The pattern will give its location a more structured look.
The Shining is an iconic carpet pattern that’s ideal for movie buffs. The carpet was made famous after it appeared throughout the hallways of the Overlook Hotel in Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 horror film The Shining.
This design is perfect for the kitchen, living, or dining room. The pattern is perfectly balanced, not too intense or bland, and works best in a room with other light colours. The material is resistant, but soft under bare feet and can be used as an indoor or outdoor carpet.
Navarre’s medallion motif was originally inspired by a detail in a piece of antique fabric. This delicate pattern would suit any interior, but is often found in large spaces especially in a corporate or hospitality environment like a function room or hotel foyer.
The repeated floral-inspired motif of Lavish Damask carpets will liven up any interior. This delicate, yet robust carpet pattern has a strikingly bold effect providing both a graphic and organic look.
The original PDX carpet designed for Portland International Airport in 1987 is a great example of a geometric pattern that suits its interior. It even reached ‘local icon’ status with the pattern being used on t-shirts, bicycle helmets and even socks.