For over 60 years, Hong Kong brand Tai Ping has combined hand-made techniques with an unconventional approach to create the finest luxury textiles
Thinking of luxury interior design might prompt you to look up at cascading chandeliers or stunning art on the walls, but you would be remiss not to consider what’s underfoot. A beautiful carpet can add comfort, a sense of warmth and well-being as well as improved acoustics to a room. Some firms, such as Hong Kong textiles company House of Tai Ping, have elevated textiles to such an art form that its products have found their way into the homes of Hollywood actors (Tom Hanks, Gwyneth Paltrow) and palaces (Buckingham Palace, the King of Thailand’s palace). With a brand presence in Europe, Asia, North America and the Middle East, House of Tai Ping creates products for some of the top luxury hospitality, residential and retail brands across the globe, along with carpeting for yachts and private jets; in Singapore, the company’s collections are distributed by luxury carpet and rug fi rm Etesse.
The Allegory I rug from the On The Fringe collection featured in a lounge area; the wall-hung Deep Frieze I rug and the Monolith I rug decorate a living room, with both rugs from the On The Fringe collection by Edward Fields