Many of the 120 showrooms at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour will be launching their latest collections at Focus, with bold textures set to be a distinctive trend this autumn.
Here is just a small selection of what’s new. For a more detailed roundup look out for our in-depth insight into the A/W20 textile collections in the November issue of Studio magazine.
In the Style Library showroom there are product launches from three of its brands. Harlequin’s Book of Little Treasures is a playful collection of fabrics and wallpapers for children (pictured top). Zoffany’s Palladio Volume 1 is a celebration of new and archive designs, while Morris & Co has collaborated with architectural and interior designer Ben Pentreath for its Queen Square collection.
You can view Framework, Brentano’s autumn 2020 collection in the Altfield showroom. It uses complimentary hues and interestingly textured fabrics to create a consistent, modern narrative within a space, while offering the high levels of performance synonymous with Brentano.
Kirkby Design, part of the Romo group, moves away from the graphic and colourful designs of recent launches into a new toned-down aesthetic. This change of direction is illustrated by the Volume collection designed to stimulate the senses with oversized textures in a calming palette with pops of bright pastels (pictured middle).
But of course, it is not just fabrics and wallpapers at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour. Step into West One Bathrooms to view New Ravenna (pictured bottom). The tiles are exclusive to West One Bathrooms’ Design Centre Chelsea Harbour showroom, in fact they are the only stockists in the UK, Europe, Asia and Australia! The tiles are handmade by artisans in the New Ravenna factory in the US.
And for something a little different, the Candyland collection of colourful seating, comprising four seats in 10 colours, makes its debut under the Formitura brand. Candyland is brought to you by Esti Barnes the designer behind Top Floor by Esti
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