Scottish Landscape Inspires Patcraft’s New Carpet Tile Collection
Patcraft recently introduced Isle of Skye, a carpet tile collection incorporating organic, natural design. Featuring visuals inspired by the beauty of Scotland’s Isle of Skye, each of the collection’s three styles incorporates a pallet of colors and style variations inspired by wanderlust and discovery of the natural environment. This versatile collection was developed through a year-long design process in which Rob Powell, Patcraft designer, traveled through Scotland, beginning in Edinburgh, through Aberdeen, Inverness and concluding in the Isle of Skye.
“One of the most northwestern islands in Scotland, Skye is a truly magical place and has countless ways to enchant you with its iconic landscape mountain ranges, miles of dramatic coastline, and captivating history,” said Powell. “It is so inspiring to see the radiance of this journey manifest itself in the Isle of Skye carpet collection. The final collection is a reflection of natural design, ultimately inspired by one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world.”
The collection’s three 12”x 48” apportioned pattern scales, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, and Inverness work together and feature 12 alluring colorways of dynamic neutrals with pops of a metallic accent color inspired by natural reflections of light within nature.
“Natural design certainly guided our reliance on these calming, organic patterns, colors, and designs that help create a more comfortable environment, one that aids in decreasing stress in order for our end-users to perform and truly thrive within their space,” said Powell. “Our holistic approach to the design of Isle of Skye starts with the healthy construction of the product, includes organic designs and comes full circle with a simple, water-only cleaning process.”
Isle of Skye carpet tiles are comprised of Patcraft’s Solution Q Extreme fiber and EcoWorx tile backing, are backed with lifetime warranties, and designed to yield long-term appearance retention and durability. Each product can be cleaned with hot water extraction, and the tile format offers opportunity for selective replacement to minimize operational interruptions and cost.
For more information, visit www.patcraft.com.