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Considering Colour: Individualisation

Individualisation is a mega trend affecting a huge impact on the way we want to live. From homes, to work and our leisure time, the consumer need for self-expression, of feeling unique is driving brand and design communities. What does this mean for hospitality design? Firstly, is how the brand tells its own story. Successful brands build loyalty through honesty in their culture, their products and the experience they offer. This is what sets them apart from others. Social media captures micro moments that peak interest, but within hospitality the consumer goes through many touch points that need to seamlessly link, creating a cohesive dialogue. Colour, texture and scent directions are designed with brand in mind, as though for an individual client. This framework connects emotionally driven marketing communication with… Read More

Create Beautiful Carpets with Creations

Featuring the Icelandic blue of Fjord, rich ochre of Demerara, rust tone of Burnt Copper and deep grey of Gun Metal; Creations is the latest colour palette now available on all Ready to Weave carpets and two brand-new Ready to Go ranges from Wilton Carpets. A ranging, lively colourbank that has been developed to provide depth to accommodate hotel and hospitality interiors of all kinds, Creations encompasses functional, workman base tones and gorgeous radiating highlights. Bringing a sense of vitality and spirit to any traditional or modern design, the palette provides complement and contrast enough to create beautiful colourways on even the most complex of patterns. Including of-the-moment grey – in three shades from base to highlight – and a boost to the blue spectrum, Creations is responding to the… Read More

Case Study: Bespoke Wonder at the Winter Gardens

Woven axminster carpet by Wilton Carpets, has been installed in one of the South West’s leading venues, the Winter Gardens Pavilion, Weston-super-Mare, bringing a sense of the historic with a beautiful and opulent design. The Winter Gardens Pavilion, is one of the seaside resort’s most famed architectural sights; a neo-Georgian building that first opened in 1927. After a £15m renovation under the ownership of Weston College, it is now one of the largest venues of its kind in the south-west of England, with an impressive ballroom that’s ideal for conferences, ceremonies and events. Professional carpet contractor, Rudge Brothers & James, called in Wilton Carpets for its experience of traditional axminster carpet manufacturing and close-by Wiltshire location. The manufacturer turned to its library of historic designs for the Winter Gardens, proposing… Read More