Altfield are delighted to introduce wallcovering brand WallsOne from the USA. WallsOne is an established leader in providing commercial wallcoverings to the international design community offering numerous product options in an extensive colour palette. Regardless of size, each order is treated with the individual attention and support that has become the WallsOne trademark.
This season Altfield introduce ABA Interiors from the USA. This Texas-based brand offers cutting edge, design lead wallcoverings with a commitment to quality. Their quest; to be unsurpassed in design, colour and creation of the finest all-natural wall surfaces.
Weitzner’s Autumn Collection, The Painters Series, channels modern and contemporary art - from watercolours to oils murals to miniatures. Throughout the collection are nods to the vibrant colours and expressive abstractions of Modern art, with references to such 20th Century painters as Paul Klee and Helen Frankenthaler. For three designs, the Weitzner studio partnered with Smilow+Mathiesen, the artistic team of Pamela Smilow and her late husband, Gert Mathiesn, who painted individually and collaboratively on large-scale, site-specific works of art in a variety of media.
Giving life to old favourites, designs from Brentano’s archives are rejuvenated for the No.50 Collection. Combined with this celebration of Brentano’s history this collection also offers a gateway to new directions in textile design and performance. The largest collection to date, an outstanding 24 patterns, No. 50 Collection paves the way for new horizons in Brentano's constant want and need to learn, create and excel in pattern and colour.
This season Maya Romanoff introduce the reimagined Island Weaves collection; natural materials create an approachable, relaxed, and tranquil sense of space. The feeling of gentle breezes, the sound of water, and the colours of the sky all coalesce around fibres of different shades and textures. A new wood veneer with Ajiro Houndstooth and completely customizable designs with their hand-made Atelier range; aimed at designers looking for something more, complete this exciting A/W launch.
Pollack’s Introduction for Autumn 2018, Never Felt Better, features a total of 18 designs ranging from quietly elegant upholstery textures and draperies to a robust and graphic contract grouping. A highlight of the introduction is a capsule collection of five textiles designed in collaboration with New York fashion designer Gary Graham.
Crafted in Italy from the finest raw material, this season Moore & Giles introduce two new luxury leathers to the market. The unique tanning process of Providence imparts each hide with a remarkably round and full-bodied hand whilst a subtle tracking effect on the surface results in a leather that exudes authentic, understated luxury and opulent elegance. Harness has an exceptionally soft hand and striking visual richness. With time and wear, Harness will develop a stunning surface patina that will further enhance its natural aesthetic.
Glant’s Autumn 2018 release is a collection inspired by countless experiences and observations from visits to Japan. The Japanese aesthetic, seen in art, culture, nature, fashion, design, cuisine, poetry and literature strongly influence this collection; textures are innovative and refined; colourations are neutral and understated. A sense of grace and stark beauty combined with subtlety and complexity are evident throughout.
Westbury textiles newest collection skilfully mixes antique finishes together with ethnic designs. An eclectic collection of Traditional Ikat, Katami Indigo and contemporary Japanese abstract patterns are teamed with classic Belgian Linens in tonal colour palettes of Charcoal/Grey and Indigo/Blue.
The Sand Society | desert inspired fabrics for a glamourous lifestyle. Fabrics in the collection alternate warm sandy nuances with velvety pastel shades. The skilful use of linen and wool, creates pleasant contrasts and textures. Punctuated at times by scratched and worn effects, these fabrics tell of interiors overlooking landscapes flooded with light.
Thesign | the masters of variety and glamour. This season, a palette of rich tones compliment sumptuous velvets, satins and sheers, alongside their statement art deco inspired patterns for both the wall and sofa, a contemporary twist on toile de jouy.
Established in Malaga, Spain in 2011, the collection comprises of natural fibres such as wool, linen and bamboo in unconventional prints and structured jacquards with a hinted tribal accent, all of which are part of the characteristics of James Malone Fabrics. The Collection is rounded off with sophisticatedly woven plains, voiles with a touch of fantasy and wallpapers inspired by the textile designs. The latest release takes the essence of relaxed summer evenings, endless white sandy beaches imprisoned by pine forests…smitten with the scent of salty Atlantic sea air, their beloved Comporta has given them the main theme for their new creations this season.
The new Futura collection is full of experimentation with new fibres, new processing techniques and new patterns whilst still maintaining the high end textile craftsmanship for which Brochier is known. Featuring luxury jacquards; created on a variety of warps, from precious silk and wool to high preforming nylon, elegant velvets; crafted on antique artisan looms with ombre colourful warps and exclusive prints; that replicate beautiful drawings, hand painted by their design team. With coordinating patterns and colours, the fabrics of the Futura Collection work perfectly together, offering sophisticated options that bring timeless elegance to any interior.
Alcantara introduce new colours to their bestselling textures and patterns and a special collection designed with Inga Sempé - Tara, a dashed micro-pattern.