Materials of a vintage radio set the tone for a warm mood board

Materials of a vintage radio set the tone for a warm mood board

Christophe Prosper Rammant
Christophe Prosper Rammant

Christophe is one of our founders and creative director. His passions are interiors, cooking, and traveling the globe for new inspiration.

Vintage radios are popping up all over the hospitality industry, with many hotels offering in-room Bluetooth versions in an early 20th-century style. We took cues from the warm wood tones and metal speaker grilles for a classic and refined mood board. The carpet featured is a carpet tile, which is part of the new ege contract carpet collection. Each pattern can easily be recolored with a super low minimum of just 50 sq yards.

If you would like to recolor some ege carpets patterns yourself, then check out this page. With the recolor tool, you can easily customize your carpets without the constraints of custom design. There is no order minimum on recolored patterns, and the sample turnaround is an average of 3 business days. Please reach out to one of our team members if you would like assistance or guidance recoloring patterns.

vintage mood board, Materials of a vintage radio set the tone for a warm mood board

Vintage contract moodboard

Contract products used:
– Checky RECOLORED by @egecarpets
– Mark by @Designtex_inc
– Natural Creations Classic Walnut by @Armstrongflooring
– Alu Net by @Carnegie
– Hampton by @Optimaleathers
– Black Tempal by @Caesarstoneus

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vintage mood board, Materials of a vintage radio set the tone for a warm mood board

vintage mood board, Materials of a vintage radio set the tone for a warm mood board

vintage mood board, Materials of a vintage radio set the tone for a warm mood board

vintage mood board, Materials of a vintage radio set the tone for a warm mood board

vintage mood board, Materials of a vintage radio set the tone for a warm mood board

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