Despite all the uncertainty thrown up by Brexit, 2019 has been a good year for Loomah. The company is small enough to adapt to its customers’ ever-evolving needs and continues to forge new relationships with clients across Britain and Europe. Loomah has also entered into a partnership with George Smith that has allowed the company to showcase its full design service in the US via George Smith’s New York and Los Angeles showrooms.
With over 30 years’ experience, Loomah is a leading designer and supplier of traditional and contemporary luxury carpets and rugs, specialising in bespoke commissions made to clients’ exact specifications.
This year Loomah assisted a client designing a runner for a winding staircase in a Grade II listed Mayfair property. Loomah meticulously planned how the border design would flow down each step, cutting full paper templates on site and hand drawing the border onto them, so that when it came to installation, the runner fell perfectly into place.
Following the stair runner’s success, the client commissioned two bespoke rugs for the house with a brief to create contemporary yet classic designs that reflected the building’s heritage, while complementing the space’s contemporary aesthetic. ‘The most rewarding projects are those when clients utilise our knowledge and expertise to express their individual style, while remaining sympathetic to the history of their space,’ says Loomah’s designer, Antonina Depczynski.
At Loomah, luxury is not about expense, but about creating something carefully designed and beautifully crafted