Stark Carpet

Gorgeous carpets from casual to classic

Founded by the late Arthur and Nadia Stark in the 1950s and today headed by their sons, John and Steven, the Stark Carpet corporation has become synonymous with elegance and class.

Featuring a full line of interior design accoutrements from carpeting and fabrics to furniture and wall coverings, the Stark brand of interior design decor comes in a range of styles to complement any style from French Country to Danish Modern and everything in between. Available for both residential and commercial decor, Stark products can be found in some of the most lavish hotels around the world, including the luxurious Mayflower Inn and Spa in Connecticut.

Stark Carpets and Rugs

Among the most popular home decor products under the Stark umbrella are Stark's carpets and rugs, which are the hallmark of style and taste in floor coverings. The Stark carpet and rug collection includes antique rugs, tapestries, antique reproductions, broadlooms, bordered rugs, French petit points, needlepoints and Oriental rugs – all this and they offer a custom order service to accommodate special requests. In fact, Stark has had the privilege of providing custom floor coverings for the White House since the Kennedy Administration.

Don't be put off by the posh pedigree of the Stark brand; many of Stark's designs can be found in home decor and retail stores at reasonable prices. Stark carpet retailers can be found with just a few clicks of the mouse or a quick browse through the phone book for reputable interior designers and carpet retailers in your area. With over 30 showrooms and affiliated dealers throughout the United States, it shouldn't be hard to find a place to view your Stark carpet and rug options up close.

Stark outlets are also sprinkled around the U.S. in Connecticut, California, North Carolina and Massachusetts. These outlets offer a good way to see full showrooms of Stark carpeting and find the best deals on this premium brand of floor covering, furniture and fabrics.

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