Here in the Northeastern United States, flowers—first daffodils, tulips and crocuses, soon lilacs and irises—are popping up in gardens, pots and parks this time of year. It’s cherry blossom season, too. Blossoms have also popped up at Langhorne Carpets.
Just in time for spring’s apex, the Bucks County heritage carpet mill introduces Shadow Flower, a new looped pile broadloom botanical from the design team at Langhorne. The running line comes in six timeless color ways.
Wispy blooms of white and yellow, white and dark green and white and coral repeat on three pale green backgrounds. Pale green and white flowers repeat on a backdrop of sky blue. Gently contemporary, black-and-white flowers appear on both gray and white backgrounds.
Interior designers will find Shadow Flower an organic fit for bedrooms, garden rooms, solariums, living rooms, even dining rooms. Although the pattern has serendipitously appeared in season, Shadow Flower has year-round longevity.