Located an hour south of Lisbon, the five-star resort, Quinta da Comporta is a dazzling and inspiring experience to visit in Portugal. The town of Comporta has a history with rice production, and the resort truly embraces it. The buildings of the resort are all from the old rice farm. The central patio connecting all amenities is the old rice working floor and remains intact from its past use. Additionally, Quinta da Comporta is an eco-resort since a lot of the construction uses recycled materials. They have their organic produce grown onsite, filtered and reused wastewater, and use solar panels to heat water.
While the buildings of the eco-resort hold so much history, the interior design is laidback. The boho-chic-inspired décor and furniture add to the feeling of relaxation when walking around the hotel. There is a lot of woods, white, and bold colors. Additionally, the resort features a lot of unique light fixtures and local art. Quinta da Comporta also uses materials like stone, sisal, and rattan, which add layers of textures to the interior design of the spaces.
Inspired by the colors, patterns, and vibe of the eco-resort, we decided to create a boho carpet design. This carpet features bold and pastel colors reminiscent of the boho-chic-inspired interior design of Quinta da Comporta. Additionally, the mixture of patterns like the watercolor stripe and ethnic prints adds layering to the carpet, making it something truly unique. This pattern adds just the right amount of bohemian fun to your interiors project.
Contact one of our team members if you like this boho carpet design or want to create your own custom carpet. Talk Carpet offers budget-friendly custom carpet options on many types of substrates. Several of these substrates are made from regenerated Econyl yarns which re-use waste materials such as fishing nets and old carpets. Additionally, we can send you a sample within seven business days. Our custom carpet program is now a part of DIFFA’s specify with care program, in which we donate 1% of custom carpet sales revenue to fight against HIV/AIDS.