Lano Flooring Solutions supplies Renaissance Club

Belgian carpet manufacturer Lano Flooring Solutions supplied the Renaissance Club in Scotland with over 31,215 square feet of bespoke carpet, fitted throughout the interior of the newly built golf clubhouse, as well as throughout the luxury apartments offering on-site accommodation.

The Renaissance Club in Berwick is located in a landscaped area encompassing an 18-hole golf course over rolling hills, woodland and plains, accompanied by coastal views of Fidra Island and out to the North Sea. Building the Renaissance Club’s clubhouse costs approximately $15.27 million.

For the new clubhouse, the team at Lano Flooring Solutions produced carpets to unite the lounges, bars and dining rooms, pro shop and locker rooms of the main club, as well as the bedrooms and corridors of the new accommodation block. The brief included three bespoke designs, including a special creation dedicated entirely to the heritage of Scottish tartan.

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When designing its interiors, the Renaissance Club approached one of Scotland’s kilt and highland dress specialists to commission a bespoke tartan for the club. This design was passed to Lano Flooring Solutions, which brought the blue pattern checked with green and yellow stripes to life in a woven carpet. Lano also designed a coordinated bespoke carpet inspired by the Scottish thistle in grey and cream, outlined with a royal blue border.

For the accommodation suites of the club, the Lano Flooring Solutions design team created a floral pattern featuring woodland shades of cream and gold, brown and green. All the carpets were woven in 11-row axminster construction, and are durable.

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