NEW collection inspired by a journey across The Sahara

Loomah are excited to announce that we will be launching our latest collection at the Chelsea Design Quarter Summer Street Party on June 7th.

Inspired by our recent travels across Morocco, The Bahia Collection encapsulates the essence of this diverse country’s rich cultural heritage and unique architectural style created from a blend of African, Arab and Mediterranean influences.

This six piece collection draws on the use of Zellige, the traditional geometric mosaics that are synonymous with Moroccan architecture, and the wonderful examples of this beautiful decorative artform that we came across on our travels. sahara collectionA vibrant colour palette of deep blues and cool shades of turquoise was inspired by our visit to Chefchaouen. This small town tucked away amongst the Rif Mountains in Northern Morocco, is famous for its distinctive blue-painted doors and walls of the medina or “old town” offering a striking contrast with the surrounding arid landscape.

The full collection will be available to view in our Kings Road showroom at the Chelsea Design Quarter annual summer party on Wednesday 7th June.morcco_-Chefchaouen_blue_walls.jpg.pagespeed.ce.PmmrhtsJVjWith over 30 years experience Loomah Bespoke Carpets Rugs are at the forefront of the design and supply of traditional and contemporary luxury bespoke carpets and rugs.

Whether for a residential interior, commercial project or private yacht, Loomah can supply handmade fitted carpets and loose laid rugs in any size, any shape and any colour. All our carpets are custom made to exact room sizes and shapes, in one piece, avoiding unsightly joins.

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