I am so excited about these new trends!
My all time favorite Chintz fabric! This humble glazed cotton fabric has been favorite since Victorian time. It arrived to England in 17th century from India and soon became popular for its practical attributes since it’s glazed,it can be easily wiped and dusted.
Chintz fabric has been favored by many Decorators including Elsie de Wolfe and of course The Prince of Chintz Mario Buatta. They swathed their rooms with it from walls to beds,sofas and windows creating cheerful budoars ,country living rooms and all together some of the most memorable interiors.
The main bedroom in Diane Nutting’s manor house in Wiltshire,her bed is adorned with beautiful Colefax & Fowler Chintz fabric from 1970’s ,image via British House & Garden 2013
Another one of my favorite trends that is gaining momentum in the world of interior design is the almighty bullion fringe .
Ever since Architectual Digest published pictures of Tory Birch office with those beautiful blue sofas trimmed with bullion fringe I think the world had gone crazy over it yet again. I am loving the new updated version of it, new sizes, shapes and colors.Also I love how designers are mixing modern upholstery fabrics and furnishings with it .
Here a beautiful contemporary slipper chair with Bullion fringe absolutely fabulous!
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