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Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center

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Kaminski Studio

The Story

The interior design for the renovation of The Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center utilizes a bespoke Ulster carpet of multilayered geometric design and colorization.

Located in the Crown Center complex in Kansas City, Missouri, this hotel, owned by Hallmark Cards, offers Marriott Bonvoy guests luxury accommodations in the heart of the city’s downtown area.

In collaboration with boutique interior design firm, SA Dezign Studio Inc., the custom carpet designed and manufactured by Ulster for the Sheraton Grand Ballroom and Pre-Function areas epitomizes the high levels of detail that have become our hallmark.

The Axminster carpet for the Sheraton Grand Ballroom, a premier event venue, consists of interlocking and overlapping layers of blue hues and geometric gold patterns. These intricate and three-dimensional elements provide visual impact within the room, where linear patterns are balanced against underlying textures.

The design extends into the Pre-Function areas, where the use of a similar color palette provides a sense of continuity. In these areas, the blending of rectilinear ‘stepping stone’ design elements over the interlocking patterns create visual interest as hotel guests travel through the space.

The three-dimensional effect of these designs is one of the key attributes of an Ulster carpet. Using the latest technology and a patented weaving system, our designers have the capability to incorporate incredible color, depth and texture into every design.

Ulster has combined this design and manufacturing excellence with the highest levels of customer service. Our sales, design and planning teams at Ulster provide expert advice and guidance to meet our customers’ specific requirements for design and durability.

The quality of our bespoke carpets is matched by the strong relationships that have been established with Hospitality Interior Designers and Owner/Developers throughout the world.