Louvre - Collection Grand Hotel

The ideal solution-dyed structured broadloom carpet for decorating your hotel
With its patina effect, the structured Louvre broadloom carpet uses light to playfully bring your flooring to life with every step you take. The Louvre broadloom carpet is part of the Grand Hôtel collection and its fibres are coloured right down to their core, so it resists the bleaching effects of light and makes cleaning easy.

The Louvre broadloom carpet’s rich, airy 1250 g/m² pile is available at a width of 4 m in seven natural shades (including granite beige, slate grey and sandalwood brown). Its sinuous pattern has been inspired by cut quartz and granite, and flows across the floor in a beautifully erratic way to add some calm and comfort to your hotel rooms.

Reimagine your hotel’s décor with 48 customisable patterns when you opt for a 600 m² or larger broadloom carpet. Discover how to customise your hotel’s floorings with structured Louvre broadloom carpets in our Design Studio.
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