Creating homely spaces that are calming, quiet and oozing relaxed charm are important in any home. It might be a place to read on a Sunday afternoon, a bedroom or an evening haven with glass of vino in hand.
For sometime now the trend of wellbeing has been front and centre – whole foods, meditation, switching off and sourcing organic everything and anything.
SILENCE is an emerging trend for our places of residence, that takes a step deeper. It's thoughtful, mindful and intentional.
In stark contrast to the expressive, bold, somewhat 'show-off' furnishings we have for entertaining, energising and delighting, the furnishings we showcase in this email have their rightful place in quiet zones of your home.
It is well known that including soft furnishings helps to absorb noise, and if you select wall-coverings and fabrics with good acoustic properties, and work with a colour palette that calms, you can create the quiet retreat you seek. Silence is on trend.
Elitis, Peace: Touch
Peace from Elitis which is padded wallcovering with acoustic properties made to look like natural textures. Magnified, patterns become liberated, taking on amazing forms. The grains of virtual wood, punctuated with random graphics, ramble across the textured walls. Chunky knit, unravels verticals, led by giant hands. In subtle interplay, light and shadows chase each other, slaloming down geometric scales while soft honeycomb shapes evoke floor to ceiling building block playsets.
3D exceptionnal wallcovering.
4 designs in the collection: Touch, Vibrato, Wood, Cascade
Mark Alexander, Handcrafted Modern II: Duet
Wool and linen flammé yarns, dyed in contrasting tones appear hand-spun and organic, crafted in such a way to appear rustic, yet also thoroughly modern.
Available in 3 colours: Natural, Parchment, Cement (as shown above).
Composition: 79% LI, 17% WO, 4% PL
Romo, Damaris: Asolo
An understated natural linen weave with a subtle movement of colour.
Available in 9 neutral and sorbet tones:
Composition: 100% Linen