I was recently presented new fabrics and wallcoverings by rep Jennifer Boschert. Jennifer was showing the latest from Designers Guild, Osborne & Little, Zoffany and Harlequin. It was an amazing collection.
First up, Designers Guild
Rosenholm is a gorgeous pattern pf climbing roses. I love the combination of the blue background with the florals in neutral.
Borgolm is a deep cut velvet with a geometric pattern.
Tistad is a soft linen with a detailed pattern taken from oval frames.
And from Osborne & Little we have Nizam. This is a stunning embroidered paisley pattern. The detail is wonderful.
The Laguna pattern has a Venentian influence that includes birds and island flora.
Kolam is a sophisticated embroidered silk medallion on linen.
Zamindan's silk embroidery shimmers on linen.
Moving on to Zofffany, we have Embroidery Trail, which features couching. Couching is a technique that creates a three dimensional effect. Beautifully done.
This large scale pattern is from Harlequin's Juniper Collection. I like it because it's bold but not over whelming.
Harlequin has wallcovering that is vibrant with a perfect scale. I think these patterns are amazing.
Either of these patterns would make a great feature wall in a bedroom. I would also use them in a dining room on all walls. Gorgeous.
Labels: fabrics, wallcovering