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David Setlow, based in New York, is a professional rug designer serving the high-end interior design industry for over 44 years.
As the Art Director and Lead Designer for the premier carpet company Stark Carpet in New York, he has created custom rugs and carpets for the top interior designers such as Alexa Hampton, Geoffrey Bradfield, Jamie Drake, Sherrill Canet, Diamond & Barratta, Charlotte Moss, Jeffrey Bilhuber, Imgrao, Mario Buatta, Juan Montoya, Sheila Bridges and many more.
Along with his custom designs David has also created and adapted rug and carpet designs for interior designer collections and has created many original collections for Stark’s in-house collections. Many projects have included rugs for The White House, Disney Cruise Lines, Gracie Mansion, The Vice President’s Residence, The Macy’s Flower Show, The Washington Duke Inn, Will Smith, Dan Rather, Luther Vandross, Secretary of State Cyrus Vance, Jeff Bezos, Donald Trump, and The Rainbow Room.
David has designed rugs in every quality such as Hand Knotted, Hand Tufted, Needlepoint, Savonnerie, Aubusson, Dhurries & Kilims, Flat Weaves, Wilton and Axminister. He has also created floor plans for designers to work out projects, mill plans as guides for carpet mills to weave carpet, texture mapped room settings to show designers how a rug will look in the rooms they are designing and virtual samples where carpet textures are applied to rug renderings to show clients how the actual rug will look.
David has trained over 70 designers in the art of carpet design and he is also an Adjunct Professor for the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York teaching carpet design in both hand painted and CAD renderings.