Bentley Mills is telling the story of urban reinvention through the lens of its latest carpet tile collection, (los)t angeles.

"Los Angeles has an aptitude for reinvention so strong that its deep roots are easily overlooked as new buildings grow over the old,” said Todd van der Kruik, vice president of design for Bentley. “The gems of LA are hidden in plain sight. Our (los)t angeles collection goes beneath the glitz and glamour and behind the urban decay to discover extraordinary, exciting and unexpected things.”

Comprised of two styles, the (los)t angeles collection examines rich, textural patterns with a range of seven colorways that span from urban-inspired neutrals to vibrant, saturated hues. Underground brings forth large-scale abstract blocks of substantial color, while Trespass comprises an exaggerated scale of pixelated plaid.

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