Italian-made quality with minimal environmental impact. An innovative carpet design studio with a difference. Welcome to Tattoo Dezign.
October 25th, 2021
With a design-led atelier in Sydney’s artistic district of Surry Hills and an extensive network of international manufacturers, Tattoo Dezign offers fully customisable carpets that can be delivered at speed, without compromising on world-class quality. With an array of services meticulously devised around the needs of modern designers, the brand’s inspiring showroom is sure to be one of the industry’s favourite flooring destinations.
First up, Tattoo Dezign’s customisation capabilities enable their clients to bring their creative vision to life by generating completely bespoke designs. The in-house design studio can help create a concept, while an extensive portfolio of collaborations with international artists and available stock designs provide plentiful inspiration. Add to this a staggering 10,000 colours available to designers, and developing a unique outcome becomes simple.
The studio’s design profile is underpinned by world-leading digital printing technology. The advanced capabilities give the brand a tattoo-like ability to reproduce creative concepts at over one million pixels per square metre. Resulting in a stunning depth of colour and superior pattern definition, Tattoo Dezign products are suitable for commercial interiors, particularly in hospitality venues where those qualities are paramount.
Complex designs need not equate to long turnaround times. Tattoo Dezign understands that creativity should never be compromised, especially on fast turnaround projects. That’s why they have built out technological capabilities and manufacturing techniques that make it possible to bring any design to life at speed. As a result, all custom carpets can be delivered in just 8 to 10 weeks, and one of Tattoo Dezign’s sustainable Italian collections can be crafted in as little as ten days. With the vast majority of the carpets produced in Italy, the quality of the product is what truly sets Tattoo Design apart. The brand boasts an outstanding network of global manufacturing facilities – including hand-tufted and machine-made – and has a strict quality control process to ensure the highest class of products.
This production process – as with everything in the business – is anchored in Tattoo Dezign’s sustainability commitments. The brand is careful to only work with ethical and eco-friendly partners and collaborates with them to minimise environmental impact. That includes regular in-person visits to ensure that they live up to the brand’s sustainability standards.
In addition, Tattoo Dezign’s major partners are based in the European Union, which has some of the world’s highest environmental standards. Because of that, their products often go above and beyond where Australian regulatory and certifying bodies’ requirements are concerned. The Bloom collection is an excellent example of the brand’s environmental ethos. The product is made with ECONYL® yarn, and ECONYL® yarn is 100% regenerated nylon., demonstrating how waste such as fishing nets and fabric scraps can be transformed into high-quality design products.
With such a distinct offering, Tattoo Dezign has the headquarters to match. Intended to be an interactive playground for design professionals and enthusiasts, the interactive showroom enables visitors to truly explore the possibilities of carpet design. Clients can get their hands on the different types of carpets, investigate gorgeous colour palettes and experience alluring textures.
Whether it’s a swanky hotel, a small bar or a busy game room, Tattoo Dezign’s world-class products are bound to enhance the unique personality of any space and lessen its environmental footprint. Especially when time is of the essence.
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