Are you Looking for a unique rug that plays your style? Browse among our collections, each one highlighting its different twist.
Every carpet of our collections can be customized in terms of size and colors. We can even produce bespoke rugs, unique pieces completely tailored to your specifications.
Headquarted in Italy, where the flagship store is based, with a long experience in the sophisticated world of Art, interior decoration and luxury floor-covering, La Datina provides its expertise to international customers sharing this passion for exclusive rugs and looking for something unique. Thanks to a world-wide experience combined with the Italian flair, La Datina creates and selects exquisite rugs and carpets, hand-made by skilled weavers, using century-old techniques. Hand-knotted or hand-tufted, they are such brilliantly designed to be really artworks. As well as design, materials and respect for tradition in craftsmanship, customization is one of the main service: for this reason La Datina creates also unique pieces both for residential and contract projects, and you can make your choice among a truly wide variety of textures, colors, techniques and yarns, such as the finest and natural Himalayan wool ,pure silk and nettle up to bamboo silk and viscose.
La Datina showcases exclusive hand-made carpets, where manufacturing traditions meet contemporary look. The portfolio highlights a wide range of designs and each collection is the expression of its characterizing style: from the sophisticated and evocative abstract motifs of Fort Street Studio luxury wild silk carpets, the Datina Studio’s bold and geometric patterns in their modern or vintage mood; the distinctive soft colors of Odegard Carpets, the iconic shapes of Gio Ponti Collection; the international attitude of Warp & Weft collection, up to Forme Italian flair. Furthermore: the classic heritage reloaded of Vitange Carpet Collection, the natural tones and minimal design of Berber Carpets, the vibrant colored geometries of Libeskind Collection, the sophisticated graphic semplicity of Flatweaves.