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New in this spring

It’s the time of year when some of our favourite fabric and wallpaper suppliers start releasing new collections. This Spring, patterns have really taken over and there are some really beautiful options out there. We’ve picked out some designs and companies that have caught our eye for you to check out.

Camengo’s latest collections, brimming with gorgeous colours and fresh spring florals, have particularly caught our eye this season and we are excited to use them with our next bold, colour-loving client. Afraid of committing to something so bold? There’s no need to cover everything in these fantastic patterns. We think a decorative scatter cushion made up in the painterly floral design on the left, would look amazing and would immediately inject some of Spring’s colour palette into your home.

James Hare takes a refined and sophisticated approach to using patterns in their fabrics. We love the symmetry of these highly detailed, blocks of patterns which are given the room to breathe by the designer’s generous use of space. The pattern translates beautifully into stripes, which would look amazing on curtains, particularly if you want the walls or window to appear taller (learn more about stripes in our blog post here). James Hare also do some adorable trims which can add a touch of playful elegance to blinds and or lampshades.

Some gorgeous new wallpaper is a fantastic way to really transform your room and leave it feeling refreshed and ready for Spring. We have a whole post dedicated to wallpapers here, but we also wanted to highlight Thibaut in this post as a company with a really beautiful range of wallpapers. Adding a couple of styling pieces can really make a wallpaper sing, and Spring in the perfect time to invest in a new vase to hold some lovely, freshly cut flowers from the garden. Thibaut also produce loads of really lovely trims, many of which we have used in some of our recent projects. Choosing just one to show you here was so tricky, so do check out their full collection on their website.

If bold prints aren’t for you, then smaller scale patterns like these from Anna French could be a really nice option. They appear almost like a single, block of colour from a distance but with perhaps more dimension and depth, and up close they are certainly more interesting than a single colour. We would love to use one of these Anna French fabrics in one of our upcoming projects, and we’re still waiting for the perfect project to use one of our favourite designs (the fabric in the middle which is available in multiple colourways) as blinds, or curtains. Could it be you?

Finally, we love the contemporary interpretation of traditional pattern design that Clarence House uses on these fabrics. The flowing lines, rich colours, and repeating shapes create intricate designs that make a real statement; either as the backdrop for some beautiful, simplistic furnishings, or as the smaller, moments of interest that can add real energy to otherwise plain spaces. We love the immediate, luxury feel these designs can bring to the room.

If you have spotted something above that you would like to introduce into your interiors, get in touch and we can make that happen!


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