Wake up to carpet at Sleep with Wilton

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    A beautiful bespoke woven axminster carpet will take the centre stage on the walls and floor of the Wilton Carpets Commercial stand at this year’s Sleep event, the premier interior design tradeshow for the international hospitality sector. The carpet will use colours from the brand new Elements palette that is being launched at Sleep. Presenting an exquisite fusion of rich jewel colours and lustrous metallics, Elements is inspired by leading colour trends evident in today’s interiors and forecast to continue into 2013 and beyond. Shades of antique bronze and brass and burnt copper with contrasting shades of claret, ruby, jade and lime zest for an end result that is both flexible and inspirational, providing designers with a functional and usable carpet colouration palette.

    “The Sleep event has become the industry gathering for interior designers specifically working within the hospitality sector and provides us with an excellent opportunity to engage with the people that matter,” comments Suna Jones, marketing manager, Wilton Carpets Commercial. “Our stunning stand at last year’s event proved to many just how inspirational carpets from Wilton can be and we are determined that this year will build upon this, revealing something even more extraordinary.”

    Making use of the new palette, the Elements 1 FastTrack Design collection features organic curves infused with damask and florals in 18 striking patterned carpets, each available in three carefully considered colourways. Offering twist-on-a-classic inspiration and fusing the vintage with the contemporary, Wilton Carpet’s new Ready to Go ranges, – Carnaby, Labyrinth and Sculpture – present 30 designs that also use the Elements palette to diverse effect.

    Wilton Carpets will be on G36 at the Business Design Centre, Islington between 21-22 November.

    For further information contact Wilton Carpets Commercial on 01722 746000 or sales@wiltoncarpets.com

    Daniel Fountain / 11.10.2012

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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