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- 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.
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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.
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.
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.
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 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 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.
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?
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.
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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Embrace the warm air of the tropics with our latest Grey Watkins collection, Breeze. Youthful and vibrant, Breeze is brimming with tropical prints, nature-inspired embroideries and tranquil botanicals. A blend of bold patterns and practical textures are offered in a colorful palette reminiscent of crisp ocean waters, verdant meadows and fresh summer fruits.
Tropical inspired leafage with blossoming flowers and fruit, this playful and fresh print works in all colorways to match the vibe you need.
A traditional Ikat pattern with a twist, upon closer look the details are distorted to provide a soft sketch look. Amazing for outdoor.
Cascade & Meadow Embroidery
Vibrant and eye-catching embroidery that shines. Available in bright and saturated fruit and sea cove tones.
A minimal geometric stripe made of small circles. Calming and fresh colorways bring your mind to coastal living.
Forest inspired prints that use negative space to break up the colors. Gorgeous as paper-backed wallpaper or any upholstery.
A simple but hard to look past geometric print consisting of small hexagons to create a honeycomb effect, in the coastal color scheme.
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We’re going to highlight some of the gorgeous new textiles and fabrics from the Old World Weavers collection ‘Dorset Coast’.
Combe Martin features underwater plant life biomes in artful clusters to create a visually stunning aquatic themed print.
The natural imprints and markings of coastal driftwood inspire these mesmerizing abstract geometric textiles in relaxing beach neutrals.
Torquay is a 100% silk textile with viscose embroidery, these intricate diamond shapes and motifs give off a luxurious feel that isn’t overpowering.
Seaside greenery rich in succulent blossoms and floral motifs make up these ravishing prints in three colorways that make it hard to choose which one will make it into your design moment.
Below are room shots of Combe Martin, Torquay, and Summerhouse Hill.
You can shop these and any other Scalamandre or Old World Weavers collections through us here at L.A. Design Concepts.
Crystals have been the subject of healing and tranquility for centuries. However, not everybody is quite ready to set up a crystal shrine or put a collection on display.
The geometric shapes, translucent luster, and mesmerizing formations are just a few reasons why people tend to gravitate towards these natural beauties from the Earth.
In this post we’re going to be highlighting some gorgeous crystalline and geode decor that will leave your chakras balanced and your home accented to perfection.
Place these gemstone pieces throughout your whole home to fully encompass natural beauty. Their geometric design and mixture of gold and silver plating make for an excellent display. Add an element of minimal luxury with these artful healing stones.
All of these crystalline items are in-stock and waiting for you so there isn’t any wait.
Scalamandre fabrics has released a new spirited print, ‘Botany Bay’.
The English Dorset Coast was the inspiration for this design featuring a refreshed 19th century English archival print of pheasants perched on robust floral branches.
The Black Ruby colorway of this Scalamandre print is deeply detailed. Warm golden and amber walnut tones emerge from the dark background to compliment the jade and grassy tones of the leafage.
You’ll notice small other pops of color such as sky blue and sapphire scattered throughout for extra variety and depth.
For those interested in a more traditional light-hearted take, the sky blue colorway is gentle and breezy.
The pale blue background surrounds the brighter more vibrant pheasants and the mixed olive branches that support the floral formations.
The Reeves Pheasant was introduced to England in 1831 by British naturalist John Reeves and has since inspired a multitude of English hand block prints, many of which are now digitally printed.
This beautifully detailed bird placed upon saturated florals and strong branches is a must-have for anyone seeking a modern intricate floral that is intriguing and striking.
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Osborne and Little fabrics and wallpapers never fail to impress us, and this new ‘Palazzo’ collection is no exception.
Osborne and Little drew inspiration for this collection from Italian architecture and the deep and rich gem stones that remind us of royalty.
The combination of black and shadowed muted tones with the rich highlights of pinks, orange, and reds makes for a high contrast look that’s rich and velvety.
Opulence was a definitive thought in many of these luscious textiles.
Not into the darkness? Osborne and Little’s ‘Torcello’ print has you covered with summery aqua and ruby hues. This particular pattern reminds us of a vibrant fruit salad with floral garnishes.
Art Deco can’t die with Osborne and Little’s new ‘Russolo’ print. Giving you all the abstract expressionism you need and more. Muted jewel tones and calm gray negative space keeps this print from feeling overwhelming, but rather draws in the eye.
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In previous articles we’ve gone over blue and white textiles and nautical themes and how you should apply them.
In today’s article we’re going to be discussing and reviewing some of our favorite new prints and recolors of existing patterns from Schumacher’s new Nautilus collection.
This collection is definitely ocean and nautical inspired, but in tasteful modern applications that don’t leave you feeling like you’re in a cheap beach shack.
Schumacher’s coral inspired print ‘Great Barrier Reef’ has three lively new color ways. The original three colors were a bit more muted and neutral, making these primary color ways pop.
The gold and pink coral prints hold true to natural coloration of exotic coral you’d find out in the wild. Thanks to coral’s natural formations, they make for awesome abstract wallcovering or upholstery.
Some of these prints are brand new so they aren’t on our site yet, but we can still help you shop them.
For a simplistic fun Summer print, we heavily gravitated towards the ‘Palmetto Beach Embroidery’ in the blue color way. Something about these cute cartoon depictions of assorted palm trees is very appealing.
All the leafage is highlighted in a deep royal blue that gives the print some unpredictability and fun that any design moment could use for a little spice.
This last print ‘Coralline’ by Schumacher is an ode to the classic nautical stripes and rope motif that we’ve all seen millions of times.
What makes this print a little different is the attention to detail. Each column or stripe in this pattern is made of beautiful detailed swirls that remind us of the ocean.
In between is an intersecting imperfect rope detail that creates some nice natural lines because the formations it creates intersecting are not perfect, but differentiating.
If you’d like any help getting these gorgeous new Summer Schumacher prints and wallpapers into your home, simply give us a call.
Osborne and Little’s newest wallpaper collection ‘Manarola’ is the exotic Italian get away your home needs.
The collection is inspired by the Italian riviera and the areas that surround it. Featuring citrus tones, raspberry, terracotta, aquamarine, and azure.
The print featured in the photo above is titled ‘Palmaria’ and features wide luscious palm leaves in a variety of refreshing colorways.
A key part of the Italian riviera is the homes and culture surrounding it. Osborne and Little outdid themselves with the gorgeous detail of these non-woven wallpapers.
Compared to the actual photo of the Italian riviera, the ‘Portovenere’ print by Osborne and Little features a robust combination of warm summer tones accompanying the walls of the buildings and structures depicted.
The formation of windows and buildings actually makes for an extremely tasteful geometric print.
Scattered sparsely through out you’ll also notice some palms and greenery. This eccentric and vibrant wallpaper gives a space more depth, we love how it looks with these modern desert accessories.