The Drawing Room by Bentley is inspired by the 17th century (with)drawing room, where one could go to retreat and reinvigorate. The collection of four styles won NeoCon Silver in the Broadloom category—and it’s easy to see why.
Meant to address the future of workspaces, The Drawing Room argues for a more balanced environment: “tailored yet trendy, bold yet vibrant.” The idea is to add “edgy energy” to office environments.
Chronicle and Redacted are highly textured patterns with “the rich look of velvet,” embellished with metallic highlights.
Dog Eared and Dust Jacket feature “large-scale geometrics that subtly fold color into neutral backgrounds”—in medium- and large-scale patterns.
The Drawing Room is available in various carpet tile formats and High PerformancePC Broadloom. Both are Cradle to Cradle Certified. The palette includes neutrals, warms, and cools, as well as “desaturated jewel tones.”
The Drawing Room makes me want to escape to a secret library with a good book and a cup of coffee that’s black as hell, strong as death, and sweet as love.
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