Inspired by our recent travels across Morocco, The Bahia Collection encapsulates the essence of this diverse country’s rich cultural heritage and unique architectural style created from a blend of African, Arab and Mediterranean influences.
Loomah’s Geometric Collections feature classic designs made using the finest yarns. Combining different techniques with changes in texture and pile height adds depth to these long lasting designs that will stand the test of time.
Geometric patterns have always been a favourite at Loomah. Whether you are looking for understated luxury or want to elevate your interior with a striking pattern, geometrics provide a simple yet effective way of incorporating visual interest to your space.
The metallic trend has been huge in 2016 with shimmer and shine taking centre stage in our homes and wardrobes. Our latest collection indulges our inner-magpie by combining the metallic trend with classic geometric designs.
Loomah will be exhibiting at the BCFA Open in Manchester on Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th October. Register now at www.bcfaopen.com/register for your free ticket.
To mark the London Design Festival 2016, Loomah will be launching a new collection celebrating two of our favourite current trends; geometrics and metallics. META-GEO will feature a selection of geometric designs ranging from simple interlocking lines to more abstract asymmetrical patterns all incorporating metallic yarns. Add a touch of luxe to your interior with…
Loomah’s latest design combines our love for graphic geometric patterns and vibrant jewel tones. Jade features a simple geometric pattern in a fresh verdant colour palette. The graduation of more invigorating emerald tones through to more muted shades adds a sense of calm to this otherwise dazzling design.
Loomah are excited to announce that we are returning to DecoRus to exhibit at Russia’s leading luxury interior design show.
At Loomah we have many Savonnerie style designs in our portfolio inspired by the traditional Savonnerie carpets of 17th Century Europe, which take their name from a former Parisian soap factory that became famous for producing hand knotted carpets by royal appointment.
Loomah’s latest collection is influenced by urban and rural landscapes with inspiration taken from colours and patterns that have been created by our surroundings.