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MYB Textiles launches its first Lace Wallpaper Collection
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Mar '09
MYB, the Scottish-based lace weaving company are excited to announce the launch of their first wallpaper range. The collection has been created in conjunction with the highly successful design company; the Glasgow based Timorous Beasties.

The first part of this launch centres on two dramatic images taken from a hugely successful archive design dating back to the 1920's. Margo Graham, the head designer at MYB, worked closely with Alistair McCauley from Timorous Beasties to manipulate the integral components of the Cotton Lace.

The result is 2 fabulous wallpaper designs that look exactly like lace fabric but with a very modern & cutting edge feel. Lace re-invented through clever use of scale, detail and colour. It was a time consuming exercise as it was important to create the wallpapers based on the actual lace fabric and not computer generated images.

Taken across 6 colours with a selection of matching textured plains, the collection has been created on woven paper & vinyl, suitable for both contract and domestic markets.Available from the 1st of April.

Morton Young & Borland Textile Group have been weaving fabric at our Mill in Scotland for over 100 years. Having recently restructured and re-branded the group now comprises 4 distinct and dynamic divisions: Scottish Lace producing Cotton Lace and Madras for the high end Domestic Interior market, MYB Couture a flexible design and development facility that works in conjunction with both Global High Fashion brands as well as smaller boutique, MYB Screen specialising in wide-width flame retardant fabrics for the Theatre and Production markets. TexTec is the Research and Development arm of the Group. Focused on the development of wide width fabrics for a number of industries.

Morton Young & Borland

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