For over 60 years, Hong Kong brand Tai Ping has com­bined hand-made tech­niques with an un­con­ven­tional ap­proach to cre­ate the finest lux­ury tex­tiles

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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

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