Chateau Orlando Takes its Romantic Motifs to the Floor

With a new rug collection designed for CC-tapis.

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“The world of Chateau Orlando is nothing if not eclectic, romantic and, of course, highly colorful,” says the label’s founder, Luke Edward Hall. Now, this aesthetic is being introduced to the world of Italian textile brand CC-Tapis in the form of a collection of handmade rugs.

For the collection, Hall has created four separate designs, arriving in four colorways. Across each, a combination of geometric shapes, floral motifs, and gridded patterns are employed. According to CC-tapis, much of the inspiration for the collection comes from the 1970s and 1980s, while also offering a window into the aesthetic of the wider Chateau Orlando.

“As an artist and designer, I enjoy juxtaposing my painterly line drawings with bold, graphic patterns,” Hall says, offering a deeper insight into each of the four designs. “Summer Roses depicts an urn of flowers inspired by my garden in the country, whilst Flower Grid takes its inspiration from an original 1980s carpet design. Jewelled Lattice is based on 1920s illustrations of jewellery. Wiggle Stripe, on the other hand, is a new version of a knitwear design from our autumn/ winter 2023 clothing collection; the original motif I came across on an embroidered church kneeler.”

As with all CC-tapis collections, the rugs are crafted at the brand’s dedicated atelier in India, and are constructed using the centuries-old jacquard weaving technique. The new collection will be sold exclusively on both the CC-tapis the Chateau Orlando websites, with prices TBC.

Check out the full collection above, and for more design – take a look at this this new body of work from Max Lamb, which is made entirely from cardboard.

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