Navigation Menu+
What is the Best Alternative to Axminster Carpet? Definity.
Read more

The benefits of Definity carpet far outweigh Axminster. Recyclable, richly textured and fully customizable — Discover the Definity difference.   I am fortunate enough to work in Mohawk Group’s Light Lab Design Center, which houses our entire commercial design team and is the first Living Building Challenge Petal Certified project in the state of Georgia. Our space has incredible views and a positive cooperative environment,...

Read more
Green Has Sprung In Hospitality Flooring Design
Read more

Colors are shifting in hospitality design, and here at Durkan we are excited about the introduction of so many beautiful shades of greens. Pantone predicted that green would be big this year, which is being reinforced by what we are seeing everywhere we go. Read more about Pantone’s “Greenery” here. Deep emerald, jade and lime greens are all showing up in inspiration material and...

Read more
Green Lodging Right Down to the Carpet
Read more

For the first LEED Platinum certified hotel in the United States, sustainability is a guiding tenet in every way that hospitality is extended to green-minded guests. That’s why it was important for the Proximity Hotel in Greensboro, N.C., to make responsible decisions with the waste that was created from a recent renovation. In addition to specifying beautiful custom multi-level cut and loop carpeting from...

Read more
Topography Captures Modular Carpet Best Of Year 2016
Read more

Each year, Interior Design magazine recognizes the best in contract interiors for products and projects through its Best of Year Awards. We are honored to be recognized alongside our industry peers, and, there is no better way to celebrate these awards than in New York City. This year, the Best of Year Awards included 2,016 entries from 38 different countries in 130 product and project...

Read more
Four Color & Design Stories Inspired by Stacy Garcia
Read more

TRACES. Inspired by infinite and intricate formations, Traces explores the deconstruction and transformation of the earth’s innate variations. Showcasing beautiful biomorphic and organic abstractions, each design explores the intersections of light and shadow through fractal patterning and delicate layers. Taking cues from sedimentary rock forms and arid lands, the palette consists of soft sumptuous shades of beige complemented with decadent browns and cool greys. With harmonious...

Read more