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May 9, 2011


Filed under: stark carpet,Uncategorized — Tags: , , , — jherzlinger @ 5:13 pm

Happy Monday!

Back in Az for a presentation on a home I will fill you in on, in time.

In any  event, after spending last week in New York, I was on what seemed like a scavenger hunt for the perfect area rug for a living room I am working on, and when I had thought I had exhausted all my resources!

I decided to turn to one of the oldest carpet resources in our industry!


For many years Stark was always my go to source for the most beautiful Wiltons and needlepoints.  I adore Stark and use them as a resource, but have usually done so when working on more of an English sort of design.

From the second I walked in! I was bowled over with excitement to see that my wonderful resource has become an incredibly classically modern and even contemporary resource for fabulous wall to wall and stunning area rugs!  Now I am sure many of you have known this, but for me they are now my favorite go to!

I not only found the perfect area rug for the living room I have been pulling my hair out over, but found the most insane new Kilim! Which is tye dyed!

And yes, I had to own this and am using it in the Decor by the Shore show house that opens towards the end of this month in Deal, New Jersey!

Yes, the next show house, and yes I probably need my head examined!

Here are some gorgeous examples of Stark!



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