Scott Group Custom Carpets is displaying at Booth No. 978 selections from its collection, which features blended tweeds in classic colors such as navy, tan and charcoal. Scott Group designers have reinterpreted the classic textures found in this season’s fashions, using unique weaving techniques and color combinations. All patterns and colors are fully customizable, to meet the needs of the aircraft owner.
Les Ateliers Pinton of Felletin, France, is bringing more than 100 years of the Pinton art of weaving carpet and tapestries to business aviation. The firm was at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg with samples of its work, including examples by renowned designer Ulrika Liljedahl, who draws inspiration from the plants and minerals.
Carpet manufacturer Tai Ping has launched the Vestige Collection, which consists of 21 designs that have been recolored for the aviation market. The hand-tufted carpets are made of New Zealand wool and silk, with jute and flax as accents, and are offered in golden browns, ecru, bronze and gray-blues. New York-based Tai Ping is exhibiting here at Booth No. 3241.
AeroSea Carpet of Calhoun, Ga. (Booth No. 4009) is making its NBAA convention debut, introducing its new, densely woven New Zealand wool products: Airstream, Runway, Diamonds and Tiger. The contemporary and transitional designs feature AeroSea’s hand-embossed technique.
Tai Ping Carpets of Nanhai in the People’s Republic of China hit a luxury note at the NBAA Convention with its custom recycled yarn lamps and “fabric” stools of silks and wools. The highlight of the exhibit was a richly colored Yukata area rug from the company’s new Haiku collection, inspired by the beauty of the Japanese poetry form and traditional Japanese ornamentation and decorative arts.