An airy, light and shimmering atmosphere. Between watercolour and fresh tones, different textures give space to the ambience and agilely intersect. Stripes of flames, clouds and lines with changing densities and physiognomies, alternate jacquards and prints (Avignon and Alicante).
Climbing vines, illuminated by the sun, appear on heavy canvas (Antibes) and on transparent gauze (Arles). In a sophisticated palette of creamy neutrals, chevrons are reinvigorated (Agadir and Ambon).
There are also panels of multicolour squares on rugs (Arzachena and Algarve). Among the outdoor solutions, the focus is on the flamed canvas (Atacama outdoor) and the striped double-face macrodrill jacquard (Andalusia Outdoor).
New ideas for the bathroom and bedroom: notes of coral red and watercolour aspects on super soft towels (Allan, Ayrton), and faded pastel chevron or flower-shaped bath mats (Amone and Aretha). For bed linen, soft and flowery prints (Abigail and Abbie) and pastel zigzags (Andres).
Graphic signs, floral composition and polychrome shades
A story that highlights the interweave of lake blue tones, natural stone such as slate, pebbles and travertine between neutral shades and large flames of iconic black and white. These printed fabrics with indoor/outdoor characteristics (Atacama outdoor) decorate comfortable Virgola Soft seats, soft Cubo ottomans, chairs and stools.
Another prominent pattern, a historical fantasy with a strong appeal, is a chiné effect floral composition in enamel colours edged in black. Printed on linen (Albuquerque), the flowers upholster the Grandma armchair and the Levante screen, the double-face version with multicolour stripe adorn cushions, poufs and table mats (Annapolis – Albany – Ajaccio double).
In macro, the floral pattern magically decorates a round loom rug (Aspen). Standing out for its material importance is a flamed patchwork with fringed contrast inlays, with a country flavour (Arkansas); found on a screen, cushions and poufs or as an extraordinary bedspread (Aida).
A sophisticated double-face jacquard of graphic signs and polychrome shades (Alberta double) decorates the Milady armchair; alongside geometries of black&white/ecru-anthracite on upholstery fabrics and throws (Anchorage, Atlanta, Avarua, Anselmo, Australia, Ava), and on zigzag FR cushions (Ambon and Avarua).
A story of sophistication and performance
A story of sophistication and performance, dedicated to high-quality flame retardant jacquard fabrics, with either a wool touch or pleasantly silky handle.
Geometries, micro patterns, iconic zigzags, chevrons and a pictorial pine forest are the prevalent designs, proposed in a new nocturnal and abstract version, transformed and embellished with ecru/anthracite contrasts or calm light effects.
Highlighted by processing and reliefs this preference moves from light to dark neutrals. The project is designed for large interiors with lounges or convivial environments, conversation spaces where an attractive and polished atmosphere is created. Or for warm cosy corners inside the house, to relax with cushions and throws in secure comfort.
Among the proposals that decorate chairs, sofas, cushions and armchairs: the deluxe night fabrics (Agung and Ambon Fr) and the plays of ecru and anthracite in dense zigzags (Avarua and Australia). Covering the Gravità sofa, a pleasant graphic macro chevron with light wood and suffused tones (Andamane).
Perfectly inserted in this no-flame mood, the iconic Thea Kuta with delicate pure wool multicolour weaves.
Astral symbols, between shades of darkness and moon white
Constellation, a joyful creative chaos dominated by astral symbols, between shades of darkness and moon white, refined as 3D mosaics.
Each sign of the zodiac is found on embroidered cushions with a dark nocturnal background, imitated in printed form on a light background, or as an artistic bas-relief on the precious backrest covers of the chairs.
Allover symbol fabric (Zodiac) covers armchairs and sofas, and as a wraparound throw (Constellation Plaid). With inimitable jacquard workmanship, this cosmic story includes an eclectic parade of refined and spectacular textures: shaded micro-ripple design (Aconcagua), precious embroidered polychrome tiles (Amarillo), and airy and iridescent rib relief (Andes).
New in furniture: resinon-glass coffee tables (Art Glass), masterpieces of artisan technique, with a gleaming round top in fiery tones of sky and dark. The innovative solid wood Miss Wood chairs and Dinner Table in anthracite shades.
The precious hand knotted rug with an optical magnetism (Acklins). The solid half-cone design pouf supported by a rounded wood base (Gemma).