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 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

Iconic Langhorne Wool Carpets Highlighted in New Marketing Campaign

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This month, Bucks County’s historic Wilton Jacquard carpet mill makes history once again. Langhorne Carpet Company announces the first phase of an elegant and unprecedented direct marketing campaign to promote the custom weaver’s one-of-a-kind, artisan-crafted, U.S.A.-made carpets. The campaign’s initial launch audience: the coveted design community along the Pacific Ocean … Read More

Langhorne Carpet Cares: Supporting Baltimore’s Magnificent Carroll Mansion Makeover

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Our latest ‘Carpets of Caring ®’ philanthropic partnership is with the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization Made: In America (www.madeinamerica-usa.org) and Baltimore-area university architecture and design students. They collaborated to transform Maryland’s esteemed Carroll Mansion, a gem of Federalist architecture that belonged to the last-surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence. … Read More