Wednesday, 23 January 2013

New fabric introductions from Kravet Canada

The new Nomad Chic collection was inspired by the nomadic culture of the Far East. The fabrics reference heavy horse blankets , saddle bags and flat weave carpets that accompany travelers on their journeys.
Below is the inspirational photo from Kravet for this collection.

Here is a closeup of the unique, heavy duty fabric on the sofa.
The off-white, soft, washed fringe is part of the weave to enhance the pattern and to create a three dimensional look.

We love this chevron pattern with the warm tones and the hit of orange. Picture a chair or ottoman in this fabric in a family room with leather sofas and a rustic fireplace. To finish the vision, let's sprinkle a few orange accent pieces throughout the room for a heavenly comfortable hideout. 

This new colourful striped fabric has strips of leather woven into it, 
making it an ideal and fun fabric for an ottoman.

Our new favourite Brunschwig and Fils, Kravet, and Mulberry Home fabrics:

Paisley with an unusal, crisp design. 
If you are looking for a fabric that can pull together caramel colours with greys, this may be it.

The iconic Les Touches fabric has been recoloured by Brunschwig and Fils.
Black, red, blue and beige are the new tones.

Tommy Smythe used Les Touches on a pair of wingchairs to add a bold punch of pattern to his living room. 

A lovely, bright paisley in all our favourite strong colours. This fabric is a sure cure for boring beige.

A fresh take on the popular chevron pattern in watery hues. 
Cottage bedrooms, soft living rooms and luxurious bathrooms come to mind.

The softest animal print fabric we have ever touched.
Perfect for pillows to have an afternoon snooze on, or for a luxurious headboard as seen below.

Another gorgeous fabric, it's love at first sight. Drapery would be stunning, and would sure make a statement, but any chair would be a showstopper as well.  

And we say Au revoir with our last pick. Hope we inspired you to experiment with unique fabrics in your home. Thank you Brenda from Kravet for the trunkshow!

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