Category Archives: Historic Preservation

Celebrating 44 Years of Bloomsburg Carpet

This month marks the 44th year Bloomsburg Carpet has been weaving the finest luxury carpets. Timeless classics such as Caravan, Tigris, and Emir have been standards in our collection since our inception and have been effortlessly adopted to today’s cleaner … Continue reading

Custom Carpet Designs: Conception to Conclusion

Maintained & strengthened by the leadership of the founder’s son, Bloomsburg Carpet’s reputation as an industry leader continues to expand while their commitment to quality, luxurious, sustainable designer carpets remains as strong as the day they opened.   American Carpet Manufacturer … Continue reading

The Real Downton Abbey: Highclere Castle Preserved

Downton Abbey is the most successful British period drama since Brideshead Revisited and not just on BBC where its exceeded ten million viewers, but also in America where it regularly draws over six million viewers per episode.  Thanks to the … Continue reading

Historic Preservation A Bloomsburg Carpet Story: Loew’s Kings Theater, Brooklyn, NY

Mark Thomann is uniquely qualified in the protection and re-creation of historic floors through the preservation of America’s architectural heritage. Mark’s passion is historical preservation; however, his business experiences have allowed him to become one of the flooring industry experts … Continue reading

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Historic Preservation of America’s Artistic Landmarks – Radio City Music Hall

Historic preservation of America’s most valued artistic, industrial and political buildings, remains crucial to continued landmark tourism, and period conservancy, safeguarding these national treasures for generations to come. The grand foyer at Radio City Music Hall is a steadfast symbol … Continue reading

What is and who uses velvet carpet?

Plush, rich, thick and luxurious velvet carpet often outlasts its buyers lifetime, lasting generation to generation, owner to owner.

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Bloomsburg Carpet Featured in Times Photo Essay

Sunday’s New York Times featured a Christopher Payne Photo Essay about the history of the textile industry in America.

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