Celebrate Italian Style!

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La Vita è Bella

At Carpet Source of Winter Park, we have a lot to celebrate. This month marks our 10 year anniversary! As a family owned and operated company, we’ve had the pleasure to watch both business and family grow alongside one another, and it really doesn’t get better than that!

We are very proud to have our installations showcased in some of the finest homes and commercial properties in the United States, Central America and Europe. And with our newly remodeled and expanded showroom we look forward to continuing to grow with and serve the Central Florida design community in new and exciting ways in the future (stay tuned!).

We will be commemorating this important milestone in the fall and are looking forward to kicking our heels up with our friends and colleagues who have made this all possible. But for today, we’d just like to share with your one way to celebrate all that’s good in life… Italian style!

 

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By M. Weinert (privat) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

 

Blissini

1 part Prosecco — sweet Italian sparkling wine

1 part orange juice

1 part pomogranite juice

Combined chilled ingredients in a pitcher and serve in champagne flutes, garnish with mint and serve (in Tuscany if at all possible)

Ciao!

 

Pantone’s Color of the year and Carpet

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“Sophisticated, Dramatic and Seductive” are the words Pantone uses to describe Tangerine Tango, the 2012 Color of the Year.  A cool reddish orange hue, Tangerine Tango will be used across the consumer marketplace to inspire, recharge and move us forward. To incorporate this hot color into your home, look first at areas that need a burst of energy. This look can easily be achieved with the flooring. A large area rug or carpeting with this hue as a trim or part of the pattern can give existing neutral walls and furniture a whole new life. This color works amazingly well with the gray palette as a base. This is a great color for summer and you are going to be seeing it in fabrics across the board. Go bold for a grand entrance, this color isn’t for the shy types.






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