Botanical prints of oriental gardens show detailed depictions of birds and insects in vivid colours that sit in contrast against the clean, cotton satin cloth. Lush, green foliage trails are printed on coarse, linen-look cotton, dotted with colourful trumpetcreeper vines and bellflowers in accents of berry, purple, ciel blue and pretty, petal pinks.
In expressive impressionist styles, cascading wisteria and fragmented textures are adapted into charming prints in rich palettes of coral, lemon and aqua, indigo, fresh petal pinks, and apple green.
The dual-purpose prints are complemented by two textural, abstract velvets, both suitable for upholstery and drapery, offering 50,000 rubs on the Martindale test. One, a textured graphic broad-stripe in bright shades of gold, fuchsia, and teal, and the other a natural, tree-bark texture in ivory, silver-birch, cork, and ebony.
A jacquard weave, embellished with wisteria flowers is the result of a two step-process of weaving and embroidery, achieving a large-scale, lustrous feature fabric, using a gilver ground with berry, and kingfisher blue accents.
Amara, a complementary multicoloured plain, completes the range and continues the colourful, ‘linen-look’ styling.