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Brintons’ new Speakeasy collection

Brintons launched its latest carpet collection, Speakeasy, at Boutique Design New York earlier in November. The 1920s-inspired collection is the result of the latest design collaboration between Brintons and New York-based design house Stacy Garcia. It brings together Brintons‘ weaving expertise and Garcia’s knowledge of interiors.

Speakeasy was inspired by the luxury, decadence and lavish self-indulgence of the 1920s and draws on New York landmarks, mimicking the crisp symmetry and industrial angles of the art deco style. The designs are embellished with light-reflecting materials that create sparkles and give the collection an optimistic and fun appearance.

The designs can be woven into Brintons’ Axminster carpets, as they appear in the collection, or can be recoloured or resized to suit a client’s design brief.

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