19th May 2016
There’s no better time than now to spruce up your home with a choice of fabrics featuring drappled colours, botanical prints and geometric designs. Camengo’s newest collection, Agapanthe is comprised of 3 collections:
A collection suitable for curtains, cushion covers and upholstering
Allium The hand-painted drawings of hydrangeas are delicately transposed onto a cotton base by means of digital printing, upon which embroidered dots are scattered in viscose thread. Camengo’s traditional floral pattern is represented here as a display of stamens in lupin pink, celadon and lavender, just like the Breton flower islands.
Pivoine Entwined peonies embroidered onto a natural cotton/linen base. The petals are worked in three shades of viscose thread that are twisted together to form a spectrum of voluptuous colours.
Brehat Embroidered dots are traced onto a viscose, cotton and linen fabric, resembling shells washed up from the seabed by the waves. The cut thread technique brings into play the texture and relief of this tiny, refined embroidery.
Ceanothe This jacquard draws its inspiration from an aquatic world; the thick cotton thread draws a an irregular, textured pattern of slight bubbles on the surface of its polyester/viscose base.
Embrun Spray dyeing is a printing technique that consists of spraying ink directly onto the material by means of nozzles. The diffuse and random quality of this stripe, printed here onto a viscose and linen canvas, lends it a unique appearance reminiscent of seaspray.
A textured fabric suitable for upholstery and cushion covers
Ouessant flecked plain jacquard in which the mottled warp threads cross a thick weft thread, creating a modern and structured movement. Hardwearing, this fabric is ideal for making seat covers.
Oleron A textured plain whose colour is made of different hues to obtain a soft, flecked palette. Hard-wearing, this fabric is ideal for making seat covers.
Molene Plain, polyester and acrylic fabric whose broad range of shades offers variegated colours as well as two-tone, changing tints.
Give life to your windows with these sheers
Rivage A light, delicate stripe on a polyester sheer, offering a palette of soft, floral and marine tints.
Callune This polyester sheer is made of 2 woven thicknesses of different colours which are overlaid to create a harmonious, changing colour. This innovative technique therefore makes the fabric a two-tone reversible material.
View our fabric catalog here.
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