We’re about halfway through Wimbledon, and all eyes are on London as the tournament progresses. To pay homage to all things English, check out our selection of stunning fabrics and wallpapers from our British manufacturers.
Founded in North London, Cole & Son has been creating inventive wallcoverings for well over a century, and we think they’re just getting better with age. Ranging from traditional to whimsical, Cole & Son’s vast product line has something for every decorator.
Andrew Martin’s aesthetic is inspired by a kaleidoscope combination of cultures, and Lost & Found is no exception. Featuring contemporary ikats, vintage paisleys and classic heraldic crests, the collection pulls elements from across the globe, not just the UK.
The Clarke & Clarke Reflections wallpaper collection was inspired by the earth’s natural forms and landscapes and includes trendy metallics made from embossed vinyl. We think it’s about time for a bathroom renovation!
Like Cole & Son, G P & J Baker has been producing fabric and wallpaper for more than 100 years. Following the example set by years of success, the new Langdale collection includes gorgeous embroideries, opulent velvets in shimmering jewel tones, and versatile linens.
When Dorothy Draper, one of the top interior designers in America from the 1920s to the 1960s, decided that big florals in bright colors were the pattern du jour, word spread quickly. Now, half a century later, we still love them! Shop some of our favorites below.
Casabella means “the beautiful house,” and this new collection by York Wallcoverings strives to create just that. Featuring fresh, inviting florals, metallic textures and clean stripes, Casabella II is the perfect set of products to start off your summer.
As you can see from the powder room above, designer Erinn Valencich is a master of pattern. Erinn shared her exclusive advice with DecoratorsBest, suggesting that using traditional patterns on flat items instead of pleated or gathered pieces is a great way to keep florals modern and avoid a “Grandma” look.
Floral patterns in deep hues were all over the runways this spring, and we’re already seeing them pop up in stylish, modern interiors. We love the way that a colorful, feminine floral becomes almost masculine on a black background – the ideal way to satisfy all the members of your household.
Photo Sources: House & Home, Melissa Valladares, Lisa Cohen for Vogue Living
It’s Market Week in New York City, and our top brands and designers are showing off their latest collections for spring. Take a look at some of our newest fabrics and wallpapers!
Blending classic elegance with contemporary glamour, Modern Luxe includes subtle metallics, delicate golden accents and luxurious neutrals. We’re particularly enamored with the velvet animal prints and marbled linens.
In her latest collection, Stacy Garcia blends her own bold, eclectic style with the latest trends. Oversized watercolor florals, metallic geometrics and ombre stripes in saturated shades breathe new life into the world of wallpaper.
World-renowned Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave is famous for her intricate paper mannequins. Inspired by her love of textiles, Isabelle and Fabricut have transformed her breathtaking work into a diverse selection of globally-influenced wallcoverings.
Scalamandré’s mission is to produce the most exquisite design introductions with a seamless integration of styles and periods. For this spring’s collection, the brand has masterfully mixed traditional patterns like paisleys and toiles with bold colorways.
Interior design today, like fashion has no rules. It’s all about expressing yourself in your own unique way. Here are some tips to help guide you to fulfilling your creativity.
The bright suzani print on the chairs ties this room together. Taking its cue from the circle in the print, the drapery fabric has a yellow background and its embroidery plays on the circular motif.
Tip: Use an accent color from the main pattern for a complimentary color.
Subtly use the same motif around the room.
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All of the colors in this vivacious room emanate from the imaginative painting. The black and white wallpaper is dense and intricate which blends well as a backdrop for the artwork. The white ground of the embroidered yellow drapery works well with the solid orange chairs and hot pink throw pillows.
Tip: Use artwork as a focal point for a room and select colors from the painting.
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A strong repetitive wallpaper makes a statement on the walls whereas the complimentary color blue in the rug serves to ground the room. Both patterns are united by their colors with white lines. Blue and Yellow are two of the primary colors and are a tried and true combination.
Tip: Combine 2 strong patterns by using complimentary colors with similar designs and the same scale.
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The gray and yellow ethnic fabric on the sofa is the dominant pattern for this space. All pillows and colors revolve around it. The pillows are smaller scale designs with some of the same colors. Although the floor pattern is large, it showcases the love seat.
Tip: Harmonize with a large pattern using smaller scale prints in the same colorways.
Use a two toned large pattern to act as a background for the multi-colored one.
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