Distressed appearance: Allure collection by Encore Hospitality Carpet

Many of the products – some with large geometric patterns and others in traditional grid styles – appear to have no repeat patterning.

Encore Hospitality Carpet, a division of Brumlow Mills, launched Allure, a collection of 12 broadloom styles made with Zeftron nylon, a nylon 6 yarn system. Many of the products—some with large geometric patterns and others in smaller, more traditional grid styles—appear to have no repeat patterning. Colors seem to fade in and out, appearing and reappearing with different intensity. Each product in the collection is also defined by a weathered, distressed appearance. There are also multilevel cut and loop surface textures, each varying by pattern. Nine colorways are available with hues ranging from tans, browns, grays and yellows. There are more than 100 standard options to choose from.

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