Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Langhorne Carpet Featured in Interior Designer Nate Berkus's New York City Apartment

Dressing Room - Saxony Carpet Woven by Langhorne
When Nate Berkus, host of the Nate Berkus Show on Oprah Winfrey's own channel, and frequent guest on her show, decided to makeover the spacious dressing quarters in the Greenwich Village apartment he shares with Jeremiah Brent, Mr. Berkus insisted on a stunning wool carpet, custom designed by Saxony of Florida and woven by Langhorne Carpets Company.

"Every Langhorne carpet tells a unique story," says Langhorne president Bill Morrow, "and this is a wonderful story of a collaboration with one of America's foremost celebrity interior designers and an extraordinary partner in Saxony.

Langhorne Carpet Company, founded in 1930, is the longest continuously operated Jacquard Wilton carpet mill in the country. The company’s enduring success is attributed to exceptional craftsmanship that produces original designs and reproductions featuring intricate textures and patterns from traditional to contemporary. Langhorne’s carpets, woven with the finest wools and alpaca, are lauded by historians for their ability to recreate carpets that are indistinguishable from the originals.

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