Landry & Arcari Rugs and Carpeting Helps Celebrate the 35th Anniversary of This Old House

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Landry & Arcari helps This Old House complete a Charlestown row house renovation in the new season of the Emmy-Award winning PBS program.

Landry & Arcari, a New England-based rug and carpet company, will be featured in the upcoming 35th season of This Old House, the Emmy Award-winning home renovation program on PBS.

The episodes, which feature a renovation of an 1850s row house in Charlestown, the oldest neighborhood in Boston, mark the third collaboration between the show and Landry & Arcari, a partnership that dates back to the early 1990s.

“Choosing just the right rugs and carpets for this renovation was definitely a challenge,” said Jerry Arcari, founder of Landry & Arcari. “There were three floors and multiple rooms, and there was a narrow color palette to work with. Fortunately, we live for that kind of challenge.”

The Landry & Arcari team was involved in the entire process, from initial consultation and choice of colors, styles, and patterns through installation and final reveal.

“There’s nothing I love more than taking an old property like this one and making it sing again,” added Arcari. “We were honored to work with This Old House once more, and look forward to more collaboration in the future.”

New episodes of the Charlestown Rowhouse project will begin airing in early October 2014 on PBS stations.

Please visit http://www.landryandarcari.com or http://www.thisoldhouse.com for more information.

About Landry & Arcari Rugs and Carpeting

At Landry & Arcari, our mission is to provide the finest rugs in the world at the lowest prices while treating our customers to the best service possible. When you visit Landry & Arcari, we take the time to learn about your needs and then to share our design expertise and product knowledge so you can make your choices with confidence. Our business is family owned and operated, with three generations proudly serving the entire New England area.

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