Peters’ flow of creativity continues as she finds new ways to interpret her whimsical patterns through custom broadloom carpet. Peters is proud to say that all of her collections are produced in the United States, and her rugs are no exception. Leveraging the long history of quality and attention to detail, Peters has turned to a northern New England mill to produce her individually customized designs on 100 percent wool broadloom. Not only do her clients receive individualized interpretation, but Peters will also accommodate the furniture placement by customizing the repeat of the pattern. This is truly the definition of custom design, an important component Peters applies to each and every project she takes on.
The wide range of designs coming out of her small showroom in Osterville represents the endless rainbow of inspiration Joan Peters has bestowed upon the Cape and Islands, and beyond. One recent February morning found Peters reading an email from a homeowner in Australia who had seen her work in a magazine and wanted her to work closely with her builder down under. “You just never know what comes next,” says Peters, “but you have to be ready.” It looks as though her father was right when he suggested Cape Cod would be a good place to raise the kids, and she could figure something out. She has done that, and then some.
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