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We travel the world for you and bring you stories on all things pretty in interiors, art, and architecture. Each month Christophe, our creative director, takes you on a trip exploring design and creativity in a different country.

We immerse ourselves in the local design community and provide in-depth reviews of designers, projects, local makers, and visual inspiration from around the globe. These stories are complemented with interior design mood board ideas and unique custom carpet patterns, all drawn from inspiration discovered during our exploration trips. A truly unique perspective, allowing you to discover a region in detail and from a designer’s perspective.

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Each week we bring you two new material palettes, inspired by our travels and full of material inspiration. A uniquely textured wall, a historic artifact, a jaw-dropping scenery, from big to small, we find our inspiration where the roads take us. Each mood board is assembled with contract-grade materials that can be sourced through Material Bank. For each interiors palette, you can read about the inspiring story and access the list of all materials, including click-through links to Material Bank for sample order.

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If you’re looking for the coolest carpet idea or the most trendy carpet around, then this is your spot. Fueled by creativity and inspired by our travels, we create two new custom carpet concepts each week. Hospitality carpet or workplace carpet that will truly set apart your project and inspire new trends.

Architecture in nature: A home buried in the sand dunes of Holland

Architecture in nature: A home buried in the sand dunes of Holland

Architecture, as its use, provides shelter and comfort to people. Moreover, it is also a form of art that is aesthetically pleasing to the eyes, especially if it is inclined to nature. Architecture in nature sounds unusual, making it more captivating and appealing to one's eyes. In the Netherlands, several houses on the dunes may look typical but are interesting because of their design and build. Architecture in nature The Dutch design firm Unknown Architects built a vacation home that resembles a log cabin. It includes panoramic windows that allow refreshing views of the dunes and hills in the area.

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New carpet design resembling traditional Filipino embroidered design

New carpet design resembling traditional Filipino embroidered design

The embroidery culture in the Philippines was established around the turn of the century in the town of Taal and Batangas. It has been considered a refined art in society because of its detailed, well-embossed appearance. Embroidery is regarded as a very impressive Philippine art form. On top of that, it is now linked to numerous other locally produced goods that are sold to every country in the world. The Philippines is home to many talented communities of embroiderers. For example, there are the Itneg embroiderers from Abra. The Lumban from Laguna are artists who specialize in creating the traditional

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Baguio’s Public Market is a one stop shop for all your household needs

Baguio’s Public Market is a one stop shop for all your household needs

Baguio's wet & dry Public Market is located at 38 Raja Soliman Street in Baguio City. The marketplace, however, spans Magsaysay Avenue and crosses Lower Session Road. When the city's artistic community converted Baguio Market into a gallery in 2014, it transformed from its 1917 structure—made of local materials and symbolized by the original golden eagle relic—into a cultural place. The open market sells a wide range of commodities and goods. Some stores open at five in the morning, particularly the wet goods and vegetable sections. While some dry goods stores are open 24 hours a day, most don't open until

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Get inspired by the Chocolate hills of Bohol with our Tropical interior palette

Get inspired by the Chocolate hills of Bohol with our Tropical interior palette

Located in the middle of the island of Bohol in the Philippines, the Chocolate Hills are a group of uniquely shaped hills that add to the island's beautiful landscape. The island has at least 1268 hills, which are 120 meters tall at most. It is still unknown how the hills were formed. One of the more popular legends is that long ago, two giants fought for days until they became exhausted and became friends. Geologists say the hills are weathered formations of marine limestone lying on top of an impenetrable clay base. Regardless of how the Chocolate Hills came to

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Architecture in nature: A home buried in the sand dunes of Holland

Architecture in nature: A home buried in the sand dunes of Holland

Architecture, as its use, provides shelter and comfort to people. Moreover, it is also a form of art that is aesthetically pleasing to the eyes, especially if it is inclined to nature. Architecture in nature sounds unusual, making it more captivating and appealing to one's eyes. In the Netherlands, several houses on the dunes may look typical but are interesting because of their design and build. Architecture in nature The Dutch design firm Unknown Architects built a vacation home that resembles a log cabin. It includes panoramic windows that allow refreshing views of the dunes and hills in the area.

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New carpet design resembling traditional Filipino embroidered design

New carpet design resembling traditional Filipino embroidered design

The embroidery culture in the Philippines was established around the turn of the century in the town of Taal and Batangas. It has been considered a refined art in society because of its detailed, well-embossed appearance. Embroidery is regarded as a very impressive Philippine art form. On top of that, it is now linked to numerous other locally produced goods that are sold to every country in the world. The Philippines is home to many talented communities of embroiderers. For example, there are the Itneg embroiderers from Abra. The Lumban from Laguna are artists who specialize in creating the traditional

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Baguio’s Public Market is a one stop shop for all your household needs

Baguio’s Public Market is a one stop shop for all your household needs

Baguio's wet & dry Public Market is located at 38 Raja Soliman Street in Baguio City. The marketplace, however, spans Magsaysay Avenue and crosses Lower Session Road. When the city's artistic community converted Baguio Market into a gallery in 2014, it transformed from its 1917 structure—made of local materials and symbolized by the original golden eagle relic—into a cultural place. The open market sells a wide range of commodities and goods. Some stores open at five in the morning, particularly the wet goods and vegetable sections. While some dry goods stores are open 24 hours a day, most don't open until

Read more
Get inspired by the Chocolate hills of Bohol with our Tropical interior palette

Get inspired by the Chocolate hills of Bohol with our Tropical interior palette

Located in the middle of the island of Bohol in the Philippines, the Chocolate Hills are a group of uniquely shaped hills that add to the island's beautiful landscape. The island has at least 1268 hills, which are 120 meters tall at most. It is still unknown how the hills were formed. One of the more popular legends is that long ago, two giants fought for days until they became exhausted and became friends. Geologists say the hills are weathered formations of marine limestone lying on top of an impenetrable clay base. Regardless of how the Chocolate Hills came to

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Unique carpet projects by Ege

We have supplied some very unique carpets on many commercial interior design projects, thanks to our clients and internal designers’ creativity. The project segments we are most active in are hospitality, workplace, and multifamily. Check out a selection below and discover the endless possibilities of what we can accomplish in commercial carpet design.

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