Weaving new carpets began in 1983 inspired by the Dobag Project in modernist taste, aka Piet Mondrian, proving to be hugely influential internationally. Today we concentrate on traditional Turkish Ushak carpet design and that of themes from the British Arts & Crafts movement. We work alongside design artists including Tom Fereday, Rifat Ozbek, Soane, Howe & Tom Bell.
Matching colours for a copy of an antique Caucasian runner • (right) Original Edwardian Donegal carpet to be replicated 2021
Interpretation of 'The Rose' carpet originally designed by C. F. A. Voysey • (right) CROR 'house style' Turkish Ushak runner in situ
New trial sample vs original carpet • Example of 'Harshang' design carpet • Calibrated colour palette
Integrity: Socially responsible/non-exploitative labour Ecology: Sustainable natural fibres, high altitude wool, plant/organic mineral dyes