Summer Releases - Unique CollectionsOct 14, 2008

We're welcoming in the Summer season with some wonderful new collections from our own Unique design studio. As the cliché goes there really is something for everyone with a wide range of textiles in a variety of looks, colours and textures.

Firstly we have two collections with a hint of metallic; in the yarn (Shinto), and colour palette (Pompidou). Shinto is a sophisticated collection of woven linens which have a subtle metallic effect. The weaves include a plaid, Sejima, a textured plain Yohji, a mid-sized geometrical weave, Ando, and a small damask-like design with a contemporary look, Miko. These designs are complimented by the plain Hanae which also has a hint of metal and finally for a bit more bling the wide-width sheer Shiro.

Pompidou/Shinto

Pompidou is a range for lovers of velvet. The lead design Pompidou, has a dramatic, large-scaled floral design printed with subtle metallic colours onto a viscose pile. We've teamed this with two amazing plain velvets: Delauney comes in 2 colourways; Honey and a pewter-like Taupe. Romani is an 'aero-ed' velvet, which gives it an incredible look and feel of pure luxury.

Following on from the success of Logan we have added Bailey to our line of coloured linens. Linen curtains are an interior design classic and with its soft drape and handle Bailey would create wonderful drapery (and loose-covers for that matter). I would describe the colour palette as 'fresh pastel' along with our usual timeless neutrals.

ViveLaToile

Speaking of timeless classics we have also released Vive la Toile. Toiles always offer designers elegance and versatility, particularly with our new wide-width designs Bastille and Flanders.

Anthos

Finally Anthos is a range exclusive to our Australian clients. It's a fun, retro-inspired print collection with vibrant colours and graphic design. It will add some cheer to any interior - perhaps we could offer some to Wall Street!

I'm very happy with these new collections and believe they offer our 'Unique' take on the latest trends we saw at Proposte and more recently at Decosit and Decorex. I hope you agree!

Carol

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