It may technically not be spring but things are blooming at Designers Guild. Tricia Guild's new collection is influenced by Gustavian interiors in both pattern and palette. Classic motifs, florals and cool colors are all elements of the collection. First the fabrics...
Peonies are featured on the Charlottenborg pattern. The bountiful flowers are printed on a soft cotton ground.
The colorways for Charlottenborg are cobalt, charteuse and peony.
The large scale rose of the Sofienberg pattern takes on a graphic effect.
The pattern creates a modern take on a traditional floral. The colorways are magenta and porcelain.
Mariedal is an all over digital print. Intense and wonderful. The colorways are peony and cobalt.
The inspiration for the pattern Tistad is a classic decorative oval frame. The ground is a textured linen.
The colorways are blossom,charcoal, moss and aqua.
And now the wallcoverings...The first is Bergius, a pattern influenced by late 18th century wall plates. Stunning.
I love the combination of the Bergius wallcovering with the large scaled rose of the Sofienberg fabric. Gorgeous
The Linnaeus wallcovering bring the topiary pattern into the 21st century.
Mariedal as a wallcovering adds a vibrant accent to a setting.
If you are wanting to replicate the look of the distressed walls in The King's Speech the wallcovering Ajanta will accomplish that for you. The textured wallcovering adds a time worn ambiance to a room.
You can see the full collection at Designers Guild.
Labels: DG, fabrics, wallcovering