Langhorne Weaves Carpet for Specter Center in Historic Roxboro House

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Langhorne Carpet Company produced a specially commissioned replica Senate carpet for the new Specter Center in the historic Roxboro House.  The Center is located on the Thomas Jefferson University East Falls Campus (formerly Philadelphia University and Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science). The carpet was designed by Robin Althouse ’19, … Read More

Langhorne Carpet Company Passes Key Industry Safety Test

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Langhorne Carpet Company passed the Vertical Flammability Test administered by Aeroblaze Laboratory from Fort Worth Texas. The test is used to determine the resistance of airplane cabin and cargo compartment materials to a flame, and to show compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs). Wool has natural fire safety attributes and … Read More

An All-American Project: Langhorne Weaves 18th-century Carpet for Congress Hall

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Philadelphia’s Congress Hall, the 18th-century brick capitol building that housed the first United States Congress, has chosen Langhorne Carpet Company to weave the elegant carpet for its main floor. From 1790-1800, Philadelphia was the U.S. capital, and Congress Hall was the country’s seat of government. Today, 80,000 people visit Congress … Read More

A Spectacular Historical Reproduction (and Textile Detective Story): Hyde Hall, New York

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Langhorne Carpet Company proudly announces its latest collaboration with Vermont Custom Rug Company’s David Hunt on an elegant reproduction of the early 19th century worsted wool carpet for the dining room of historic Hyde Hall. A National Historic Landmark and New York State Historic Site in Springfield, NY, eight miles … Read More

Introducing: Another Langhorne First—Stria Ions and Stria Imperial

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Langhorne Carpet Company proudly introduces two new broadloom carpet designs: Stria Ions and Stria Imperial. Langhorne’s ever-versatile lead designer Andi Perlman envisioned both patterns. Stria Ions is our modern debut. Andi took her inspiration from mid-century crystal bead curtains. Teardrops alternate in vertical lines through this soothing, high-low pattern. Ions’ … Read More

Alpaca Special Promotion Continues

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Another first for Langhorne Carpet Company: The heritage Bucks County mill will offer our distinctive Alpaca Collection at 20% off, while supplies last. Alpaca is the gold standard of all-natural carpet fibers. Grown in Peru and harvested each spring, alpaca fleece has the luxurious softness of cashmere—and the durability of … Read More

Big News for Small Projects: Langhorne Introduces Five-Yard Minimums

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Custom stair runners and dye-lot-matched borders are now available for order in five-yard minimums from Langhorne Carpets. This news out of the heritage Wilton Jacquard mill is a big deal for customers with smaller spaces to carpet. “Five yard minimums offer unique flexibility,” said Langhorne Carpet owner Bill Morrow. What’s … Read More

Langhorne Carpet Company Launches New Website

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When you’re a heritage American mill that weaves Wilton carpets using a method developed in 1804, it can take a village to build a new website. We hope you enjoy ours. Please, take a look around. Our Homepage displays modern video from our circa 1930 suburban Philadelphia operation (our home … Read More

Langhorne’s Role in the Massive Minnesota State Capitol Restoration

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It’s not at all unusual for Langhorne to be involved in major historic restoration projects. As a circa 1930 business—and one of two remaining Wilton Jacquard mills in the U.S.—our mill and team are simply able to design and weave floor traditional wool coverings in ways other manufacturers cannot. But … Read More