Amazing Matthew Williamson Deya Collection 2018

  • Matthew Williamson’s collection for Osborne & Little is named after the village in the hills of the Balearic island of Mallorca near where the international designer has a home and spends several months of the year.
  • These surroundings have inspired embroidered and printed fabrics which are decidedly Mediterranean in mood and colouring.
  • The entire Matthew Williamson Deya collection is full of vibrant fruit and tropical homages to a whimsical summer get away.
    Check all the patterns out below, and click the pattern for more info.

Valldemossa

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A not so traditional take on the treasured and adored jungle print. These stripey leaves and exotic flowers in a pencil sketch style are delicate but powerful. Available in 4 gorgeous colorways that can fit any setting.

Selva

Embroidered jungle greenery at its finest. The attention to thread detail in this pattern is immaculate and the fact its embroidered really brings all the plants to life.

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Talavera

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Imagine visiting the fruitful gardens Mallorca in the Mediterranean. This print captures the culture of the street vendors trading their crop and the joyous bliss of travel. The jewel tones in the floras and fruit pop right off their corresponding background colors. You can’t take your eyes off of it.

Formentera

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Matthew Willamson’s Formentera captures the airy and breezy elegance of tropical paradise with these semi opaque butterfly gatherings. The white and cream colors provide a soft and dreamy vibe. This pattern is relaxing just to gaze at.

Coralino

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Coralino is best described as a deep sea treasure dive, combing through the great barrier reef for dazzling relics. We love this nautical inspired print, the thinly printed coral shapes and motifs work excellent with the treasures, brooches, and trinkets scattered among the sea floor.

Ananas

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Ananas is a playful floral take on the tropical pineapple. The cream textured backdrop provides you with the feeling of relaxing in a shaded cabana, snacking on the fruit of the land.

Dragonera

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With major designers like Gucci using bugs for design inspiration, this dragonfly pattern is very striking. The embroidery detail on the wings gives off a translucent glow like that of the real dragonfly. Who ever thought you’d want to snuggle up with these gorgeous bugs?

Cactus Garden

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The desert sun brings these succulent and cacti into full bloom. Scattered with dragonflies and the occasional geometric patterned chameleon, this pattern portrays the desert as a lush oasis for you to explore.

La Fuente

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Step into the local Mediterranean dining room with this fun floral and fruity print. Gorgeous fountains and vase formations keep things structured, and the tropical motifs scattered throughout leave you wanting more.

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Nina Campbell: Autumn 2018 Textile Collection

Nina Campbell’s collection of printed and embroidered fabrics was inspired by the 17th and 18th century French vogue for textile designs originally produced in East India and traded via the Compagnie des Indes.
These were given the generic name of Les Indiennes. Nina updates her iconic palette of blues, aquas and corals by adding exciting new colour combinations which pair black with emerald, red with teal and by mixing aqua with taupe and ochre.

Les Indiennes

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Les Indiennes – A paisley inspired ogee design is printed on linen-union offering both rich colour combinations and a gentle grey for a contemporary twist.

Baville

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Baville – A mid-scale composition of Indian flowers which is a lighter companion to complement the larger pattern LES INDIENNES. Printed on linen-union and named after a 17th century château.

Nemours

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Nemours – A free-flowing floral trail embroidered on a linen ground. Nemours is a town in the Île-de-France region with a 12th century château.

Garance

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Garance – Star-shaped flowers set in roundels printed on a dotted background on a linen-union. The root of the Garance plant is used in traditional textile dyeing.

Arles

Arles – A jacquard composed of a delicate ombré wave pattern that has the feel of dappled light on water is woven in harmonious colour combinations. The city of Arles in south-west France was known as a centre for the sale of products in the Indienne style.

Bonnelles

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Bonnelles – An all-over pattern of artisanal leaf motifs hand block-printed onto linen. The leaves are framed with handmade embroidery highlighted with contrasting coloured dots. Named after the mid-19th century château in Les Yvelines built for the duchesse d’Uzès, heiress to the Veuve Clicquot champagne fortune.

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Instagram Design Highlights #1

In this special edition of L.A. Design Concepts blog we’re going to be highlighting some dazzling decor moments spotted on the ‘Gram this week.

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Martyn Bullard uses Cole & Son’s Royal Fernery 113/3009 in this chic and glamorous in house bar. The gold hardware and details through out the bar really pop against the rich emerald colors. This entire design moment feels like the speak-easy you’d dream of finding.

This post from Schumacher Boston showcases a gorgeous monochromatic entry way featuring Cannes Awning Stripe in Denim, showing us that sometimes simplicity can really be the boldest statement. Paired with an equally bold geometric tile design, this space draws your eye all over.

 

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The Newel Props showroom is looking fierce 🐯💥🔥

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This white showroom using strategic pops of color is striking. We love the seats covered in Tigre by Scalamandre. Tactile placement of animal print is definitely a design skill, and we love seeing it pulled off in excellent ways!

That’s all the showcasing for today. If you loved any of these rooms/products let us know.

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