New Fabric Collections AW/23

Fabrics & Wallpaper, Products

From sustainable linens to striking patterns, discover our new fabric collections at our London Showrooms in Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, Ebury Street and Holbein Place.

Imari Collection

The Imari design inspiration came from Paolo and Philip’s collection of Imari porcelain, a passion they have cultivated for years. Imari  (伊万里市) is a type of Japanese porcelain that is highly prized for its intricate and colourful designs. It takes its name from the Japanese port city of Imari, which was a major centre for porcelain production and export during the Edo period (17th to 19th centuries). The characteristics of this beautiful porcelain include its vibrant and elaborate patterns, the cobalt blue underglaze and the gold accents that add a touch of luxury and highlight specific design elements, which is represented throughout the collection.

Nuova Vita Linen (Sustainable)

The birth of this collection began with Philip’s interest in sourcing and implementing natural, recycled, and sustainable yarns. The fabrics for this collection are made with recycled fibres that are close to the end of their life cycle which shows our commitment to the environment, instead of being disposed of these can be used again to make even more beautiful fabrics. Nuova vita linen comes in six colours: manilla, celadon, sand, brown, mid-blue and terracotta. All of them complement our existing and new designs: they can be used on their own or paired with any of our fabrics.

Horizon Stripe

The inspiration for the horizon stripe is the lack of this interesting stripe in the interior world. Perfect to use for curtains, as you can see the full pattern repeat without it getting lost in the pleats.

Pied De Poule

The Pied-de-poule pattern is an evergreen in the design world. Known in the over-familiar black and white combination, we introduced this design to our collection in our core/signature colours – beige, blue, brown, and green. This striking pattern is a classic which is constantly re-invented throughout history. We upscaled the pattern to make it more versatile in the interior world such as upholstery and soft furnishing.


Damask is often seen on a Jacquard fabric emphasising the design; however, we reinterpreted this particular pattern in a more contemporary style using a plain white linen allowing the beauty of the design to come through.

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