Pushing the limits of design and exploring technical potential comes second nature to those at TSAR, a carpet and rug company who strive for an outcome that suits – not just find one that fits.So what better place to continue the growth of this business than in the city that never sleeps.
September 30th, 2014
With the relocation of CEO David Sharpley to New York, TSAR Carpet is proud to officially announce their new global headquarters in New York. Continuing to work with clients from around the world TSAR is now perfectly placed to be a global front-runner in the interior design world. The design team at TSAR work with leading architects and interior designers developing original, customized rugs and carpets for individual spaces. This allows the team to create the best possible solution while enjoying the freedom of creativity born by the challenges presented to them by the discerning designers and their clients.
Drawing on over 30 years of experience, David Sharpley thrives on pushing the boundaries. He is constantly looking to create new interpretations of design by challenging the limits of traditional techniques in carpet manufacturing. One example is the new Aquarelle collection.
The range fuses colour gradation techniques and the blending of NZ wool and silk fibers to create a fluid and alluring work of art for your floor. The result is sensational and in October TSAR is excited to launch their most recent unique, innovative and illustrious ranges, Aquarelle, Neva Fade and Treeko.
In the company of special guests and the media the launch will be a 9/29/2014 2/5 celebration of new beginnings, new collections, and new ambitions in the world of luxury carpet and rugs. Stay tuned for future information and exciting collections.
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