Cole and Son Wallpaper‘s new collection full of gorgeous florals and scenic foliage has swept us off our feet. The collection is currently only available in the UK, but we’re going to be showcasing the patterns for when they do become available to us over seas. Let’s dive right in.
Scalamandre Fabric introduces it’s newest collection of indoor/outdoor textiles. The Isola collection is an island inspired assortment of fabrics that are sophisticated and stylish, while also being high performance.
The sophisticated palette is influenced by clear tropical waters, sandy beaches, leafy palm trees and vivid sunsets.
The Isola collection is ideal for active interior and exterior environments. Artisanal dyeing techniques are interpreted as graphic prints to provide the luxurious look you’re going for without sacrificing high fade resistance, durability, and washability.
Patterns within Scalamandre Fabric Isola Collection:
David Phoenix’s First Collection for Kravet Couture
In this blog we’re going to be showcasing and discussing the new Kravet Fabric’s collection by David Phoenix: Well-Suited.
This is David’s first collection with Kravet Couture and he’s not off to a bad start. The entire collection is based on Phoenix’s lifestyle and aesthetic preferences.
“My aesthetic is tailored, elevated and bursting with traditional masculine DNA!” says Phoenix.
Within the collection you’ll find a tasteful assortment of checkers, plaids, paisleys, and some sophisticated wool-blends that remind us of an actual tailored suit. The color schemes play with traditional themes, with some Mediterranean inspiration in the sage and marine hues.
Schumacher Fabric’s newest collection comes from a Brooklyn based artist, Caroline Z Hurley. This talented young individual started off as a full time preschool teacher in New York. It wasn’t until she took a trip to Indonesia it changed everything.
I was block printing in my studio and started incorporating these pieces into my paintings. I began making a couple block-printed pieces for my home and sharing them with friends and family. Later, a shop reached out to me.
Hurley’s collection with Schumacher Fabric is composed of thoughtful and artistic geometric simplicity. She uses pops of color to create interest and meaning within these symbolic patterns.
Patterns within Schumacher Fabric’s Caroline Z Hurley Collection:
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