This week is the first of our ‘brand of the week’ weeks, where we feature a different company each week to bring you inspiration, new creative ideas and a better insight into the brands we represent.
To start things off we have a very exciting feature, the new Osborne and Little collection. A wonderful mixture of papers, fabrics and vinyl with a vibrant colour palette. From luxurious velvets to on trend metallic vinyl, with geometric and Deco inspired paper and prints, a vibrant outdoor fabric collection, and fabulous voile collection there is truly something for everyone.
Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for a look at a new book from this exciting launch every day this week.
A look into the Hespera Velvets book is already up and ready for viewing, so go to our Instagram and Twitter pages now.
Farrow and Ball have launched 9 new colours. They are available in all finishes. They really compliment their original palette and will work well in any classic or contemporary scheme.
Shadow White and Drop cloth are beautiful neutrals with no yellow undertone which are the lighter and darker shade respectively of Shaded white.
Worsted is a warm grey which is stronger in colour to Purbeck stone but not as dark as Mole’s Breath.
Vardo, a rich teal that works well with greys and the new Shadow white and Drop cloth
Inchyra Blue, a strong blue/grey would look great with copper accessories
Peignoir, a grey pink. Works well with greys and would look lovely in French inspired scheme
Salon Drab, a classic warm dark neutral that will sit well with a more yellow or red undertone.
Yeabridge Green a fresh vibrant mid green.
Cromaty, a very soft ethereal mist colour, a paler version of Mizzle
Our personal favourites are Shadow White, Drop cloth,Vardo and Worsted.
Come in and pick up a new chart or speak to one of our interior design team for some inspiration.