Tarkett Hospitality expands Stacy Garcia collection

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Stacy Garcia CollectionDalton—Tarkett Hospitality is expanding its exclusive Stacy Garcia collection with the launch of two new running line tufted patterns: Atlantis and Archetype. Influenced by unique and visually inspiring motifs created through minimal maps, these designs purposefully coordinate to enhance hotel and rest environments, the company said.   

“I’m excited to bring two new designs to market with such a strong vendor in the industry,” said Stacy Garcia, founder and chief inspiration officer of Stacy Garcia Inc. “For Atlantis and Archetype, we put our focus in developing coordinating corridor and guest room patterns, thinking through the application and end-use to help alleviate the guesswork interior designers may have when designing a property. Having such versatile patterns, offered in stunning color combinations along with the quality that Tarkett Hospitality offers, gives designers and owners a decision they can feel confident investing in.”

Atlantis and Archetype are offered in a shared palette of nine colors in this exclusive collection. According to the company, each is tufted of 100% C.F. Lextron Enviro-Green solution-dyed nylon with 10% pre-consumer recycled content. Additional features include Dynamics—Servo Scroll loop tip-shear construction and Unitary with Actionbac secondary backing.

Tarkett Hospitality and Stacy Garcia have collaborated for more than a decade, developing beautiful carpets that are said to be popular choices for hotels and resorts. “Together we have brought many successful carpets to market,” said Amy Jaekel, creative director at Tarkett Hospitality. “We are especially proud of Atlantis and Archetype because they give our customers tremendous design flexibility in engaging patterns that will resonate with guests and enhance their travel experience.”

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