David Sharpley opened his first business in Melbourne in 1989, custom-making quality, hand-woven rugs for architects and interior designers.
November 21st, 2008
Now at the helm of Tsar, his focus is just as heavily on the designs themselves as the quality of the carpets and rugs. Designed to complement an individualís space, style or personal taste, the range of rugs can be tailored from existing Tsar designs or created afresh by the in-house team. As well as custom-designed rugs, Tsar also offers a selection of free-form wall-to-wall carpets. All Tsar carpets and rugs are 100% New Zealand wool and are approved by the Australian Wool Testing Authority.
Custom-made rugs and wall-to-wall carpet.
Tsar, Astoria, Neva, Hermitage, Freeform, Object Carpet and Tapijtfabriek.
Commercial, hospitality and residential.
AGL Headquarters, Vic; Loreal Professional, Vic; The Domain Melbourne, Vic; FreeHills, Vic; World Trade Centre, Vic; Fosters Vic; Langaham Hotel, Vic; Burswood Casino, WA; Conrad Jupiters, QLD; Oxford Mens Wear Stores, NSW; Saba Fashion Stores, Australia wide.
Tsar offers seamless wallto – wall carpets for a more professional finish while minimising wastage. Custom-designed rugs have no limitation on size, design or colour.
4 weeks for in-house rug designs; 8 weeks for customdesigned rugs.
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