For 39 years Artistic Flooring has created beautiful one-off custom-designed carpets for some of Australia’s most recognisable luxury hotels and clubs – and now we’re offering this highly specialised service to discerning interior designers of private homes.

The opportunity presents interior designers with a significant creative edge when developing design proposals for potential new business. Your design concepts are no longer limited to what your carpeting specialist can supply. Now, the world is your oyster.

In the words of our Managing Director David Williams, “We can take a design – it doesn’t have to be a pattern, it could be any design at all, even a child’s painting, and turn it into a one-of-a-kind carpet for your client.”

At Artistic Flooring we only use the finest quality New Zealand and British wool in our Axminster carpets. Why Axminster? Because it’s the world’s best manufacturing technique to ensure complete creative control.

“Axminster has the highest thread count per square inch,” according to our MD “The more wool used, the thicker and more luxurious the carpet” 

“Our Axminster carpets are also woven in perfect squares. This, combined with the high thread count, means patterns are sharper and curved lines have greater definition.”

“We can essentially ‘sculpt’ the carpet to create the feeling that you’re looking into the depth of the design. It brings it to life even more and that’s truly something special,” Mr Williams said.

And we control every aspect of the carpet manufacturing process – from initial design through to spinning, dyeing weaving and finishing the final product. This complete manufacturing and creative control means you get exactly what you ordered, every time.

Artistic Flooring can also recreate new carpets from old heritage designs – a highly specialised service of interest to designers engaged in the restoration of old and heritage-listed homes.

“During the renovation of an almost 100 year-old building in Brisbane recently, the original Roaring 20s-era carpet was discovered, still intact, under several generations of flooring,” Mr Williams said. “We were asked to recreate that original design – a blue and green tartan – in brand new carpeting.”

“The end result was spectacular and it was wonderful to be part of a project where there was so much respect for the history of the building.”