The Shining Overlook Hotel hexagon carpet: Hicks’ Hexagon officially licensed
Designer: David Hicks
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Officially licensed The Shining Overlook Hotel carpet sold by the square meter, made especially for Film and Furniture.
• Made by the UK’s only license holder of the original 1960s Hicks’ Hexagon design by legendary interior designer David Hicks
• Highly limited edition, high quality, custom made, hand tufted carpet
• 1 ply wool
• Made to order
• As seen in The Overlook Hotel in Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining
• One of the most iconic carpets in film
About the designer:
David Hick’s fusion of pattern, colour, antique and contemporary has influenced many designers of both home and fashion. His early clients mixed aristocracy, media and fashion (Vidal Sassoon, Helena Rubinstein, the Duchess of Rutland and Mrs. Conde Nast). He married Lady Pamela Mountbatten in 1960 and was soon making carpets for Windsor Castle and decorating the Prince of Wales’ first apartment at Buckingham Palace.
Colour: As per The Shining‘s red, brown and orange (other custom colour ways available)
Size: Sold by the square meter
Price: £442 per square meter including VAT
(Price does not include underlay, laying out or fitting)
(see also The Shining Hicks’ Hexagon rug and The Shining Hicks’ Hexagon runner)
Within London M25 – Curbside delivery included (meaning you need to be present to receive, offload and take the carpet inside)
Outside M25 – An approximate delivery cost will be calculated upon order.
Sample: A sample will be available on your made to order item.
Returns: This is a made to order item and therefore we cannot accept returns.
Also available: The Shining Hicks’ Hexagon Runner / Hicks’ Hexagon carpet
Any questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Film and Furniture fans will know the original inspiration for this very website was the hexagonal patterned carpet in The Shining‘s Overlook Hotel film set. The carpet in The Hotel’s corridor features prominently in several key scenes, including young Danny’s first unnerving encounter with room 237 as he investigates on his tricycle. The carpet’s dynamic orange, brown and red colours and mesmerizing graphic pattern leap out at us from the screen, so it’s no surprise that it has become the most iconic carpet’s in film.
The carpet is no longer in general production, but we have been able to source it for you through the manufacturer who holds the official David Hicks license to make this carpet and rugs to the exact original design.
To order this carpet please contact the Film and Furniture Interior Design service at email@example.com