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William Jr., and sister Winnifred Morrow continue the tradition of Langhorne Carpet Company family leadership that began in 1930 with the...
William Jr., and sister Winnifred Morrow continue the tradition of Langhorne Carpet Company family leadership that began in 1930 with the company’s founders and floor-covering visionaries John T. Kommer and Joseph K. Mackay. Their mother Winnifred remains an active participant in the business, tackling the toughest custom design assignments (she directed day-to-day operations during WWII). Today Langhorne is regarded as the finest and longest continuously operated Wilton carpet mill in the United States. Every one of its carpets is made in the original one-story, red brick mill in Penndel, Bucks County, just outside Philadelphia. Its represents a uniquely American success story. The emphasis from the start was always on the highest quality in every phase of carpet. We are proud of every Langhorne carpet…a labor of love that we hope you, too, will make the foundation of your fine interior.
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