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Fabrics & Papers expands geometric fabric collection
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Dec '13
Geometric patterns have been huge on the fashion runways in recent years, and these bold design choices are now dominating the home décor scene, a trend that is set to continue into 2014 with geometric designs playing an integral part in the new collections from many of the leading textile design houses.

As the go to company for all interior décor needs and known for their extensive range of the latest products, Fabrics & Papers have expanded their collection of Geometrics fabrics to bring the newest designs in this on trend style.

Geometric fabrics are as equally popular as their paper counterparts in this style. Used for curtains, blinds or upholstery they create a contemporary feel and as accessories such as cushions and throws geometric designs add a pop of colour and a real element of fun.

Korla is the newest textile design house to join Fabrics & Papers and was formed by British designer Jane Bonsor & marketing and brand consultant Ted Utoft who taking inspiration from their western roots and their eastern surroundings, have created evocative and playful prints of high-quality, natural interior textiles in bold colours, with iconic motifs and strong patterns. Kyoto is a scale design printed on cotton canvas and Cubes fabric in a rhombus design, printed on a natural fine herringbone cloth.

St Jude’s Colourdrome fabric is the first collaborative textile by printmakers Peter and Linda Green and is a three colour design, screen printed in the UK onto natural linen. Stellar by Angie Lewin is a 2 colour design, based on an original linocut print.

Marvic specialises in the design, production and distribution of the best luxury woven fabrics in the interiors industry and have become known for creating timeless classics of an enduring appeal. Their latest Geometric offerings include Razia Velvet, a sophisticated abstract design fabric printed on opal velvet and Kasan, a heavy chenille fabric in a contemporary kilim style.

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