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

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

Langhorne Carpet Company Reveals Restored Mill Sign

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The 109 year-old red brick exterior of our Wilton Jacquard mill stands tall with a new hand-painted sign. Thanks to our friends at the Vital Signs project of Temple Contemporary, Langhorne Carpets proudly reveals a thoroughly restored company mural along Route 1 in historic Penndel, Bucks County. The sign now … Read More