From hand-knotted silk rugs to leather floor tiles made from the highest quality hide, there is no better way to transform your home than with a beautiful bespoke floor
Using hand-spun yarns and the traditional technique of weaving on vertical looms, Veedon Fleece are a custom weaving house with a dedicated team based in Nepal. They have several different qualities for clients to choose from, such as pashmina, silk or veedon and are a popular choice with architects and interior designers commissioning for some of the most discerning people in the world. The above was created for Douglas Mackie of D Mackie Design with inspiration taken from an antique Persian carpet.
Back to black
Working with natural stone means you have offer a never-ending variety of tone and texture on offer. Lapicida are one of the world’s leading natural stone specialists and predict an emerging trend for black flooring, offering a wide choice of new and reclaimed black stones, from limestone to slate and granite in a mixture of finishes.
By using technological advances and expertise, luxury leather specialists ALMA 1938 can deliver beautiful leather flooring that will stand the test of time. The leather floor tiles are made of the highest quality hides, tanned slowly using vegetable extracts and wrapped around an MDF substrate which is then fitted by their leather workers.
The wood effect
Specialising in parquet, marquetry and antique flooring, Weldon have provided flooring for some of the country’s finest buildings, including Buckingham Palace and the V&A, ensuring that each design fits in with the rest of the room, such as door frames and corners.
From custom designs, colours and widths, these pure wool venetian flatweave rugs and runners will brighten up any style of staircase and hallway. All of the existing designs can be customised by re-scaling or using a choice of colours from the Roger Oates colour palette, however if a particular colour is required then yarn can be specifically dyed. For instance, the above customer changed the ground colours from oatmeal to white for an uplifting design.
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