The month of September is Brussels design month and the vintage market of last year truly inspired us. The Brussels Design Market was first created in 2002 and evolved into the largest design market in Europe. This market features unique vintage pieces from the 20th century. We were happy to go last year and were very inspired by specific colors combinations and the cozy atmosphere. Inspired by the mix of bold colors and browns, we decided to use the Leopard Beige carpet from the nature collection.
This pattern is a finely print leopard carpet design that really turns heads inside a space. The nature collection is inspired by the natural beauty in the world, bringing sophisticated floral carpets and unique animal prints to any indoor space. We decided to use the leopard print for this vintage-inspired mood board to show how such a bold print like leopard and vintage furniture can create a minimalist and luxurious interior.
Inspired by the leopard carpet, we included a bold red like Painted Trim by Haworth. We also included some dark browns like Sapele 60000 by Woodwright and Wild West by Pollack. Bulletin Board by Wolf-Gordon adds a lighter shade of brown to the pallet. We also included mossy greens like Venice Velvet and Nabeela. Lastly, I Cocci Spaccato and Horizon patterns add some dimension to the material board without being over the top with the statement leopard carpet.
Talk Carpet’s Easy Recolor program allows you to recolor any one of the thousands of carpet designs withing to program to your personal taste and the specifics of your project.. Additionally, you can choose any of our nine carpet substrates to take your project to the next level. The online tool allows you to visualize anything you want to recolor. If you want to recolor any of our carpet designs, contact the team.
leopard beige by ege carpets
Sapele 60000 by Woodwright
Venice Velvet by Opuzen
Nabeela by Valley Forge Fabrics
Wild West by Pollack
Pressed Glass Neutrals by 3form
I Cocci Spaccato by Highstyle Stone and Tile
Block Deco by Roca
Bulletin Board Cork-1/4 in by Wolf-Gordon
Painted Trim by Haworth
Horizon by James Dunlop Textiles