What Makes Us Different?
We are honored that you are considering Langhorne Carpet for your floor-covering purchase. Before you make a final carpet-buying decision, you might consider just some of the following reasons our carpet is regarded among home -furnishing authorities worldwide as the foundation of fine interiors.
- Design - From classic to contemporary, running lines (in stock) to custom creations, there is no limit to the design possibilities for your Langhorne carpet. While many of our traditional designs can be traced to 18th century Europe, our exclusive line of lively Alex Papachristidis patterns is in demand. Working from a postage-size sample, we are even able to reproduce any heritage carpet. And we frequently collaborate with decorators on a wide range of original designs to suit individual tastes, color, border, and size requirements. This may include blending Peruvian alpaca - even luxurious silk - with our woolens.
- Wool – It starts with the wool; every Langhorne Carpet is made from the highest quality wool from either New Zealand or the United Kingdom. Our wool buyers know that every yard we acquire must be the best available. There is simply no finer wool in the world, and even the best synthetic imitation cannot compare to our carpet when it comes to color, clarity, texture, feel, fit and finish.
- Eco-friendly – Langhorne carpet was “green” before it was fashionable. Unlike synthetics, which are petroleum based, Langhorne’s wool is 100% natural, renewable, and biodegradable (it is also naturally non-flammable).
- Value – Generations of Langhorne customers have come to appreciate our museum-quality carpet. It is long-wearing, retains its distinctive look and feel, and continually enhances a property’s value.
- Made With Pride in the USA – We have refined the art of Wilton carpet making to a point where Langhorne carpets are sought out by buyers worldwide. Our Penndel mill is our first and only operating location. At Langhorne Carpet Company, we are proud to call Bucks County our home. We’re just a short ride from New York City, Princeton, New Jersey, and Philadelphia.