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Joanne De Palma designed Mystic Journey launched
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Feb '08
Bentley Prince Street, a leading manufacturer of stylish floorcoverings for nearly three decades, launched Mystic Journey, a collection of five carpet patterns designed by New York-based designer Joanne De Palma. All five styles -- Falling Rain, Vortis, Future Connections, Intuitive Impulse and Journey's Path– are available in broadloom. Falling Rain is also offered in 18” X 18” carpet tile.

“As part of our Mission Zero goal of eliminating any negative impact our company has on the environment by the year 2020, Bentley Prince Street is constantly seeking opportunities to partner with designers who share our sensitivity to our vulnerable planet and who also understand the critical role that interior design elements have in our journey toward sustainability,” explained Anthony Minite, president of Bentley Prince Street.

“Joanne De Palma's combination of design talent and thoughtful pursuit of sustainable design materials make her a natural fit in the Bentley Prince Street design studio.”

According to Ms. De Palma, Mystic Journey was inspired by her 900-kilometer walk through Europe. This journey took her through desert terrain, mountains, modern windmill farms and ended in a small village on the Atlantic Ocean.

“This journey opened my heart and my mind to the profound sense of connection between human beings and nature,” explained Ms. De Palma. “Through the Mystic Journey Collection, we have created a visual translation of this incredibleexperience into floorcovering designs.”


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