We love redesigning classic architectural styles with a modern twist. For this art deco carpet, we take inspiration from architect Henry Lacoste. More specifically, his 20th-century Belgian Art Deco interior at the Brussels Brugmann Hospital. Henry Lacoste was a Belgian avant-garde architect. He was influenced by primitive and classical art. He reflected the art deco style through geometric forms in most of his creations.
The building’s entrance door is decorated with a glossy frame made from tiles aligned in perfect symmetrical shapes. Firstly, parallel lines enhance the building’s aesthetic. Secondly, vertical green lines are painted on the walls, and exterior window bricks are sculpted parallelly. We take inspiration from these geometric shapes by creating our 2021 take on an art deco carpet design.
Our design’s light pink colored background resembles the hospital’s pink walls made of marble stone. The curvy green and brown patterns look like the green and brown tiled floors. The brown-colored dot in the center of the design matches the wooden color of the library’s bookcase. Lastly, the outlines of the lighting fixtures on the columns sparked the palm trees in the custom carpet.
This art deco color pairing is perfect for creating a beautiful and elegant mood for any hotel lobby or office space. If you love this pattern and would like to see it in different color variations, please contact one of our team members.
We offer broadloom wall-to-wall carpet for this art deco carpet design. With our ege carpets custom program, we can customize and scale your custom design to your liking. We will send you a custom sample in seven business days. There are nine base qualities to choose from, such as Axminster-style wool, nylon blends, recycled nylon, or regular nylon. We are always here to answer any of your design questions. Contact us through our live chat feature or by email on our contact page.