Check out this selection of 10 home design ideas regarding modern fabrics! They are one of the most important things in a decoration in order to get a luxury interior design. And the fabrics are important not only thanks to the colors or patterns, but also, because their quality will influence the entire room design. It’s essential to choose the right fabrics to get the interior design style that is intended to. If you want a mid-century modern look, for instance, you should choose a geometric pattern. In the other hand, if you want an elegant and feminine interior, you should buy a fabric with an animal print.
But much more than advise you, we want to show you that are excellent options in the market. We selected 10 examples for you. So see now these 10 modern fabrics to your home design ideas that will help you choosing this important part of your home decoration.
Blue Fabric with Pattern by Marvic Textiles
London Design Week is almost there, starting with Decorex International in a few days and we want to give you some home design ideas. We want to present you Aldeco, one of the brands that will be present at Decorex this September.
Aldeco Interior Fabrics, is a dynamic and Creative Portuguese brand, that commercializes high end interior fabrics to the world, taking its inspiration in the world patrimony and its cultures. Let’s get to know ‘optimist’, one of our favorite collections of the brand:
OPTIMIST invites you to absorb the CONFIDENCE and POSI- TIVENESS developed from the cool spirit of California and the Flamingos. The world has passed through global turbulence and this range opens a window for you to catch a glimpse of a spectacular future.
We invite you to absorb the positive spirit of the season that will allow us to look forward and open our minds to reach positive, thoughtful and successful decisions. In 3 books, we have created an interesting transition between them.
From a casual concept, unpretentious and light, young with a touch of sensuality, to a continuous passing which simul- taneously relives the classic era, and explores the creativity where colors and textures shine.
Happy, calm, wise, vibrant, pastel, roses, beautiful, romantic, passionate, sentimen- tal, sugar and spice, energetic, delicate, gorgeous, real, coca cola red, tiffany blue, coral, ma- genta, fuchsia, shabby chic, bubble gum, big girls, glam, fabulous, sexy, emotional, unpredictable, cotton, linen, em- broidery, details, candy, little girls, magic, elegant & LOVE.
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London Design Week will be on in 4 days and Decorex International is one of the greatest events of this festival.
Created for the luxury interiors market, Black Edition offers exclusively designed collections infused with rich, contemporary elegance. Blending sophisticated textures, innovative weaving techniques and artisan effects with a visionary colour palette.
Contemporary fabric innovation meets retro sophistication in the Zenith, Iridos & Musa collections by Black Edition that will be launched at Decorex this September 2015. The new collections will be showcased at the following shows and will be available internationally through selected interior designers and retailers.
Zenith is an opulent collection of thirteen upholstery weaves given the distinctive Black Edition edge using innovative modern weaving techniques to enhance each design.
The collection comprises an amalgamation of original designs including Zenith, a jacquard woven velvet with an eye-catching, digitally printed chevron design that sits playfully misaligned with the weave.
Limbali is a contemporary velvet and chenille weave displaying a novel contrast of texture and colour.
Orosi features richly coloured velvet hexagons woven on a distinctive metallic-effect ground. Several textural weaves complete the collection, each with their own subtle eccentricities including Abiko, a textured chenille punctuated by a metallic-effect ribbon that adds a glamorous touch to a practical upholstery weave, whilst the mosaic-like structure of Quanta creates a textural design with a contemporary pixelated effect.
A palette of rich jewel like tones in mallard green, deep purple and teal blue complement warm neutrals and metallic tonal shades.
Iridos features ten lightweight, sheer and semi-sheer weaves inspired by an assortment of natural components including oxidised metals and earthy mineral tones and textures.
Iridos, an Agate inspired design sees a fusion of matt and metallic effect yarns whilst Lucia , a modern lightweight weave with an antiqued appeal, uses a combination of linen and viscose yarns to create a three dimensional geometric design with a glamorous sheen.
Elias uses a yarn shrinkage process to create the crackled textured finish of this lustrous jacquard weave whilst an intricate embroidery design gives Zardosi the appearance of abstract animalia adding a contemporary edge to this lustrous semi-sheer.
Musa, a luxurious plain viscose velvet is presented in an assortment of irresistible shades, from pastel pinks to rich greens and blues and new tonal shades of rust and copper.
A wonderfully deep pile with an irresistibly soft touch evokes opulence whilst a Teflon coating adds a practical, stain-repellent finish to this extremely sumptuous fabric.
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Are you prepared to see this selection of home design ideas? Today we bring you another interior design inspiration that you may be able to see at one of the greatest events of London Design Week (Decorex London) this year. We want to show you some wallpaper and fabric inspirations by 17 Patterns, a London based fabric design company. See some of their products and be inspired:
17 Patterns launches its inaugural collection of superior quality wallpapers, featuring geometric, animal and natural themes. Printed in the UK, the unique and exclusive debut collection features 15 bold designs that are co-created by a selection of predominantly British artists and designers, who in turn are hand-picked by art director and designer, Nosca Inc.
Artists such as Paris, Ben Allen and Christina K have been commissioned by 17 Patterns to produce designs and artworks that are then deconstructed or extended under the careful curation of Nosca Inc and a trusted team of interiors, fabric and colour experts working in collaboration with the artists.
Deriving its name from the mathematical classification of a two-dimensional repetitive pattern, first proven by Evgraf Fedorov in 1891, 17 Patterns curates, manipulates and restructures artworks in collaboration with the artists and designers into a dynamic repeat design.
The original concept of the artists’ work is evolved through a variety of imaginative, unconventional techniques and creative processes. Colourways and textures are chosen under guidance of interiors specialists to ensure usability and eventual extension into companion fabrics.
The avant-garde patterns fuse exquisite style and on-trend colour palettes with impeccable British quality. Showcased across contemporary non-woven and metallic mica papers, this launch collection juxtaposes digitally manipulated illustration and geometric designs with abstract watercolour paintings to deliver a sophisticated range of wallcoverings. Drawing inspiration from past and present design disciplines, the collections deliver a highly original next-generation aesthetic.
Image Credits: 17 Patterns Instagram
Here we have a new series of home design ideas for your home projects regarding fabrics and wallcoverings.
Clarke & Clarke’s creative vision and global business success stem from the partnership of husband and wife team, Lee and Emma Clarke. Founded in 1999, the company now distributes fabrics and wallcoverings to over 90 countries and has developed a reputation for excellent quality, innovation and customer service.
Clarke & Clarke will launch 9 new fabric collections for Decorex International London 2015, in this London Design Week.
These include striking weaves, intricate embroideries and luxurious plains in a contemporary style and suitable for both residential and contract use.
A special highlight of this launch is “Artbook”, an exuberant floral collection of linen and velvet fabrics combined with digital wallpapers designed by award winning American artist, Kim Parker.
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