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Interior design fabric trends in 2017

Architectural Digest Magazine has recently published an article on the fabric trends we will see in interior design this year.

Looking at patterns and shades these are the five themes they presented:

  • sunny yellow colours to lift up any mood
  • the classic stripes revisited
  • a come-back of moiré
  • strong pink they call 'haute' pink
  • a geometric pattern that channels a classic Bauhaus theme
All trends can be found in this year's FR-One collections too and you can find an overview in this blog post

Sophisticated Stripes

The 'goshenite' design from the Grandioso collection beautifully combines an elegant stripes design with sophisticated colour combinations.

As mentioned in the AD article above too, these fabrics are decorative but never overpowering.

'goshenite' design
'goshenite' design

Modern Moiré

The fabric with rippled silk appearance is making a comeback in interior design this year.

FR-One has a range of bright and strong colours in the Mythic (what's in a name!) collection to decorate applications with confidence.

'classico' design
'classico' design

Haute Pink. The kind of pink that will attract your attention, in the article they describe it as 'punchy' and it definitely is a showstopper.

We are very proud to show you some of our pink ranges here. Make a statement with colourful accents in drapery or upholstery.

The damask design of 'gazillion' is right on-trend with this passionate fuchsia shade and the richness of the colour is reflected in the glamourous look of 'gioia' design, a textured dim-out fabric. 

'gazillion' design
'gioia' design

Small geometric patterns with a classic look are the subject of 'grail' and 'gawain' design. These refined designs bring a subtle but highly decorative touch to the interior design scheme.

'grail' design
'gawain' design

You see here on the left a striking textured velours from the 'gloria' design range that will define the space. Give your room a full dose of happiness with a yellow colour scheme: the dotted pattern from the 'ghibli' design matches perfectly with the slightly lustruous plain gold and silver from the 'gioia' design.

'gloria' design
'gioia' and 'ghibli' designs

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