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SANDERSON NATIONAL TRUST FABRIC

With five captivating design themes exploring the National Trust’s raison d’être this collection’s exquisite hand drawn designs, technique rich embroidery and textural weaves.

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ZOFFANY THE MUSE FABRIC

The Muse’ channels cosmopolitan hotel luxe and symbolises elegance and prestige. Just as Orientalism captured the imagination of the era, there is a distinct Far Eastern thread running through the collection.

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ZOFFANY PALLADIO FABRIC

Palladio Volume I from Zoffany sees the resurrection of six favourite Palladio archive pieces and the introduction of an exceptional new talent. With each design as bold and visually exciting as the next, this collection stems from an iconic moment in time.

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ZOFFANY DARNLEY FABRIC

Darnley from Zoffany is the perfect representation. From the wonderful and unique personalities that call these houses their home, to the priceless private collections that line the walls, Darnley shares a stylish elegance, seamlessly entwined with Zoffany’s very being.

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ZOFFANY BOLEYN FABRIC

Encapsulating Zoffany’s Alchemy of Colour the designs feature a wondrous explosion of rich, warm and sumptuous colours that encourage the layering of textures for an effortlessly sophisticated interior.

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SCION NUEVO FABRIC

Nuevo’s colour palette includes earthy tones, injected with highlight, vibrant colours such as ‘Kiwi’ and ‘Electric Blue’.

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SCION ZANZIBAR FABRIC

Inspired by the Barbican Conservatory and surrounding brutalist architecture, Zanzibar pairs tropical palms with casual linework, hard edged geometrics and energetic prints to create a collection of juxtapositions.

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SCION JAPANDI FABRIC

East meets west in this hybrid trend which carefully incorporates a bold and beautiful Japanese aesthetic with Scion’s playful Scandi influences.

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SANDESON CASPIAN FABRIC

Caspian’s dynamic colour palette is influenced by natural dye colours such as Madder, Indigo, Turmeric and Saffron running through to the subtle tones of Linen, Ivory and Charcoal. 

 

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