New from Decors Barbares
27 September 2016 | New Textiles/Wallpapers
Designer Nathalie Farman Farma has just released five new fabrics to her Decors Barbares textiles collection. They include originals, Sadko, an ikat, again in pink or blue but now in a versatile linen and the beautiful Ete Moscovite, now in the colourway Indigo.
New to the collection are Moujik, a linen inspired by an old Russian peasant dress and Varykino – a very pretty printed linen taken from a late 19th century Russian document. I have seen Moujik used with great success as a sofa cover but as with most of the fabrics under the Nicola Lawrence umbrella, it works beautifully in a range of decorating applications including curtains, cushions, soft furnishings and upholstery. All of these fabrics are hand printed in France onto best quality basecloths.
In the image above we see Ete Moscovite in the new colourway, Indigo and above, Varykino. Both are shown with fabrics from across the Nicola Lawrence collection. The images and details have been loaded on the site (see link below). For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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