Luxury carpet provider Tai Ping, which has offices, showrooms, distributors and sales representatives arond the world, is offering a new line of carpet “recolored for the private aviation market.”
The Boheme collection, “a glamorous interpretation of globe-trotting style…is inspired by everything from folkloric embroideries and Portuguese needlepoint to expressive brushstrokes and exuberant tie-dye patterns.”
Tai Ping’s Andre Fu features a new hand-made collection. Fu describes the collection as “a reinvention of the long-established artisanship of Tai Ping’s heritage—a modern collection that is calming and sophisticated, yet highly emotional and sensuous.”
The Anthology collection compiles 20 designs taken from Tai Ping’s best-selling carpet designs. The patterns represented are geometrics, textures, tone-on-tone florals and muted multicolor stripes. Most of the designs include a wool and dull silk blend.
Tai Ping is also now offering a computer virtual simulation that allows customers to see how their choices will look in situ. Among the more recent customers is Swiss aviation services provider The Comlux Group, which has Tai Ping carpets in a number of its Fly Comlux charter aircraft.