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Hicks’ Hexagon Rug from ‘The Shining’ Now Officially Licensed

by Joseph
Hicks’ Hexagon

Hicks’ Hexagon

Famous interior designer David Hicks created the much more famous hexagonal design seen in the photo above way back in the 1960s, but it wasn’t until 1980 that its true claim to fame arrived, as it appeared in Stanley Kubrick’s film The Shining as the distinctive and subtly menacing carpeting at the ghost-infested Overlook Hotel. Now, you can purchase your very own officially licensed version of Hicks’ Hexagon, provided you want to capture the Overlook’s atmosphere in your own home or office for some reason.

This version of the Hicks’ Hexagon rug has been “made especially for Film and Furniture by the UK’s sole license holder of the original 1960s Hicks’ Hexagon carpet design by legendary interior designer David Hicks,” which is probably why it costs $3,275.

Sound like chump change? Then check out the Hicks’ Hexagon Overlook Hotel rug at Film and Furniture right here. Bear suit not included.

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