From April 12th to 17th we were at the International Furniture Fair in Milan (Salone Internazionale del Mobile). On this occasion, we presented some new kinds of silk fabrics and cushions.

Some brand new silk fabrics for drapery and furnishing

The fabrics of our catalogue were starting to feel lonely, so we’ve decided to add some new pieces to it. And here you are our new brocatelle, damask, lampasses and velvets:

Venezia Brocade

We’ve reinforced our brocatelle collection with this one, dedicated to the city we work in, and with a raised pattern in pearl colour.

Giardinetto Soprarizzo

The velvet which used to cover the Colonna Lounge on the Conte di Savoia ocean liner has come back, carrying a multitude of tiny delicate flowers.

Déco Velvet

The Soprarizzo Déco Velvet already showed this pattern: this is its mechanical version. We’ve told the story of this motif in this article.

Metropolis Soprarizzo

Another modern pattern, mimicking a city’s skyline and perfect for interiors marked by a contemporary style.

Walls Lampas

This pattern – inspired to the façade of New York’s Belmont Building – was already part of our catalogue, on the Walls Soprarizzo Velvet. Now you can stroke its curves in relief on a lampas, too.

Tritoni Soprarizzo

Greek mythology inspired this velvet, whose design is part of our archive.

Craquelé Grottesche Damask

Till today, you could find this motif on a Soprarizzo Velvet, Brocatelle or mechanical Velvet. Now you can admire it with all the brightness of damasks, as well.

Angeli Lampas

Designed by Maja Sjöström for the Stockholm City Hall, between 1920 and 1930.

For all of these designs we’ve drawn our inspiration from the Art Nouveau and Déco styles. The only exception is the Craquelé Grottesche Damask, whose pattern shows Baroque and Rococo elements. However, they all belong to our archive, and have been picked among its 3500 drawings.

New colours for antique fabrics

The latest furnishing trends are characterised by soft and elegant colours. Here and there, some accessories – like cushions – in bright colours break up this sobriety.

This is why we’ve decided to give a fresh touch to some of our “historical” fabrics, traditionally showing intense colours, to meet the requests of our customers, too. So from now on, you can find another colour variant for the following fabrics:

As usual, we’ve tried to merge the old and the modern: we’ve taken patterns from the last century, or even older, and given them new shades, suiting the latest trends in the world of interiors. In short, we’re trying to let people discover the charm of antique motifs and fabrics by bringing them closer to modern tastes.

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