American Red Carpets

Each year at this time our televisions barrage us with red carpet events...

Bloomsburg carpets have dozens of red carpets to capture your imagination

Bloomsburg carpets have dozens of red carpets to capture your imagination

The Emmys, CMA’s, VMA’s, The Oscars. Each celebrity turn on the cat-walk of Hollywood royalty creates dreamers among us. Celebrity red carpets make us dream about having that luxurious glamor in our lives, our homes or at work. Quality, eco-friendly red carpet has never been more attainable than they are right now.

 

Traditionally heads of state walked routes marked by ceremonially unrolled red carpets during processionals and formal occasions. The earliest red carpet was seen in the play Agamemnon written in 458 BC. He the tells of the origins of the red carpet as being too much for man to “trample upon these tinted splendors without fear thrown in my path”. This may well have set the red carpet for all time as a marker of power, and luxury.

Beyonce on the Red Carpet in Hollywood, CA

Beyonce on the Red Carpet in Hollywood, CA

Universally seen as the color of love, red is also considered a color of prosperity and joy, life and vitality, survival passion and lust. Home theaters, corporate entries and many hotel lobbies all display opulent motifs whose decor is grounded by thick luxurious red carpets manufactured by Bloomsburg Carpet in Pennsylvania. Each and every yard of red carpet is crafted and hand finished in the US by artisans who understand that creating a quality, long lasting, beautiful product is something we take pride in. Eco-friendly wool and jute materials make these red carpets green-label compliant adding another level of comfort and affluence to your business or home.

Bloomsburg’s red carpets make it possible for you, to surround yourself, your customers and clientele, family and friends with one of the world’s most visibly striking symbols of luxury and glamour.

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