Curators and preservationists turn to Langhorne Carpets to reproduce the most iconic and complex carpet designs for some of the world’s most beloved historic buildings.
Historic Carpet Reproductions
We are honored when a designer, architect or archivist comes to us with a particularly challenging historic carpet reproduction project, such as reproducing, to museum-quality standards, the original carpet in a state capitol, home or historic building. We have created carpets with designs ranging from simple patterns to family crests to historic reproductions. Our ability to reproduce the most complex of designs is unmatched and widely admired.
Learn About The Clifton Mansion
Watch the video below to learn about the Clifton Mansion historic reproduction by Langhorne Carpets.
Our Carpet Historic Reproductions
Old Boston State House
Frederick Douglass House
Virginia State House
Rutherford B. Hayes House
Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church
American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA
Martin Van Buren House
Winterthur Country Estate
Prairie du Chien, WI
Ontario Heritage Foundation
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