November 26, 2021
OUR THOUGHTS: Pantone 2022 Runway Round-Up

Color is a form of expression. When we eschew the outdated notion that certain colors are inherently linked with the seasons, we give ourselves the freedom to define the mood of our spaces through color. And when you set the mood, you hold the power to shape the way people feel in your space.

How do you channel a certain mood? When we are conceptualizing a new collection, the first thing we do is create a moodboard – a tool we also recommend for solidifying design ideas for homes and spaces. Pantone’s 2022 Spring & Summer International Runway Round Up highlights the shift in focus from seasonal to mood-based colors, and touches on a few color categories that tie in really well with our most recent collection.

Primal Clays

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The up-and-coming clay colors emphasize warmth. Tuscan sun and Sonoran sands come to mind as motifs.

Chalky Neutrals 

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Neutrals are always in style. The trend toward natural looks isn’t going anywhere: unbleached cottons and natural linens bring a chic quality to any space. We’re bringing the earthy, clean look to our palettes with notes of palomino, mother of pearl and isabelline.

Citrus Sours

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While the occasional burst of citrus can be refreshing, we’re looking to shades softened for the home like juniper, aloe, and goldenrod.

November 19, 2021
FALL 2021: LOOKBOOK

Our Fall 2021 Lookbook is here! Click the button below to take a guided tour through Maxwell’s brand-new collection, Painted Desert. We’ve curated a series of flatlays, each one focused on a different theme within the Painted Desert concept, to show you the heart of what our new collection is about; and all images are interactive! See something you like? Just click on it to be transported directly to the product page, where you can see stock, request memos, or order.

Browse our collection photography encapsulating the inspiring intersection where Southwest design meets style moderne. Fall 2021 introduces 4 upholstery and 3 drapery books with quality stand-alones and new installments in industry favorites.⁠

CHECK OUT OUR LOOKBOOK

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November 10, 2021
OUR FALL 2021 COLLECTION IS NOW LIVE!

Maxwell Fabrics Fall 2021 Collection is now live!

Usher in a new Roaring Twenties with an inspiring intersection of Southwest design and style moderne. Tactile and modern desert minimalism meets the optimism and glamour of Art Deco.

Blanket stripes, linen-looks, boucle and distressed natural textures are paired with fine touches of lustre, rendered in a palette of glowing earth tones like burnt sienna, goldenrod, aloe and caraway with shots of bronze and rose gold to brighten things up.

Join Zoë Anderson for a preview of our Fall 2021 Collection, Painted Desert. See the video below! 

Video by Cody Preston: www.codypreston.com

November 5, 2021
HOW TO HANG WALLPAPER - WITH 1838 WALLCOVERINGS

So, you’ve just received your handmade & hand-painted 1838 Wallcovering! But what’s the best way to actually get it installed? Don’t worry – we got you. 
It always helps to make sure you have all your tools at the ready, and luckily, all the items are pretty easy to come by:

•   Scissors

•   Knife

•   Plumb line

•   Wallpaper paste

•   Smoother

•   For spreading the paste – a brush, roller & tray

Pre-Hanging Tips:
Always Do a Double Check

Start by doing a thorough double-check of your paper, and ensuring that your panels will line up with each other. We recommend starting at the left-hand corner of your wall, and hanging your paper left to right. 

Hang It Straight

Next take out your plumb line to ensure your wallpaper is hung straight! Hold your paper against the wall, and drop the plumb line just a few centimeters less than the width of the paper. Make mark along the vertical line the plumb bob creates to ensure that when you put the paper up, its edge lines up with the markings you make. Once your paper has been hung, simply trim off the excess paper overhanging onto the adjacent wall. 


Now, you’re ready to get started.

Take a look at these simple steps from 1838 for paper hanging:

1.    Ensure wall is smooth and clean

2.    If not, add wall filler and smooth with sandpaper

3.    Always work from left to right

4.    Measure a plumb line a little less than the roll width

5.    Apply paste directly to the wall with the roller, pasting a little way over the plumb line

6.    Paste into the corners and edges with a brush

7.    Line up the right side of the first drop with the plumb line and hang

8.    Smooth out towards the edges with smoother

9.    Trim the bottom, top and side with a knife

10.  Paste the next wall section to just over a roll width

11.  Match up the pattern for the 2nd drop and slide it into place

12.  If you get any paste on the front of the paper, wipe off gently with a clean, damp cloth

13.  Repeat for the rest of the wall space

14.  Sit back and admire!

If you’re more of the visual type, take a look at this video below! All steps mentioned above are covered, plus some extra tips. Enjoy! 

 

A big thanks to our friends at 1838 Wallcoverings for source material and video: Introduction to 1838 Wallcoverings from 1838 Wallcoverings on Vimeo.

November 2, 2021
TAKE A TOUR OF OUR STUDIO WITH DESIGN DIRECTOR, ZOË ANDERSON

Join Maxwell Fabrics' Design Director Zoë Anderson, on a tour of our studio located in Vancouver, BC at the Maxwell Fabrics Head Office.

Learn how we create and curate a collection from start to finish. We invite you to view an exclusive behind the scenes look at our creative process - from moodboarding and vendor selection, all the way to conceptualizing our theme through innovative marketing by which we share our latest collection with you. 

Video by Cody Preston: www.codypreston.com

July 30, 2021
Curled Up VII: Plush & Comfortable Solids and Textures

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Introducing... Curled Up VII! The newest instalment in our Curled Up series features plush & comfortable solids and textures, with a rich color line ranging from neutrals to vivid hues. Each fabric is designed to stand the test of time, with excellent abrasion and stain resistance that will keep your upholstery looking fresh and new for a long time.

All of the patterns in this collection are stocked with FibreGuard stain-free technology, which builds permanent spill and stain protection right into the fibre structure. With such a deep layer of protection, even tough stains can be removed with warm water and just a touch of household dish soap. 


Learn more about FibreGuard by clicking here, or click on the image above to learn more about pattern Libretto, a sumptuous crushed velvet perfect for both upholstery and drapery, shown here in color #787 Cobalt.

May 26, 2021
1838 WALLCOVERINGS - THE PAVILION COLLECTION

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The theme of the Pavilion Collection is modern archive; exploring heritage looks with a modern twist. Pavilion pays homage to the styles of the past and reimagines them to suit the interiors of today. Taking inspiration from the elegant style of British stately homes and gardens, old world elements are combined with adventurous colour and innovative techniques. The sumptuously beautiful designs showcase our contemporary craftsmanship, including richly textured new special effects and stunning murals. 

Click an image above to view the brochure by 1838 Wallcoverings, or click here to explore the collection!

April 26, 2021
SPRING 21: RIPPLE EFFECT

As we look to fulfill our current need for retreat and comfort in the home, interior design is a way to balance that necessity while looking ahead to a reopening world. This season’s introduction looks outside the home and reflects the natural realm with influences from marine and tropical landscapes, from color palettes to design motifs. Think breezy coastal linens and multi-color designs inspired by the rainforest, with a nod to nostalgia and our shared design history with classic plaids and checks. 

SHOP COLLECTION

Join, Design Director Zoë Anderson as she presents our Spring 2021 collection.

Video by Cody Preston | www.codypreston.com

 

February 3, 2021
WINTER EDIT 2021 LOOKBOOK

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We're pleased to introduce a fresh, interactive Winter Edit Lookbook which features brand new clickable moodboards of favorites and hidden gems. Click the image above to view the rest of our lookbook!

While browsing the lookbook, click on any fabric via the links in the image/pattern or book name and order memo samples directly through the website.
 

January 13, 2021
NEW YEAR, NEW HUES – 2021 COLOR TRENDS

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These days more than ever, we are trend-focused and exposed to a plethora of available mediums that influence us. Drawing from curated social media aesthetics to wabi-sabi reality, Design Director Zoë Anderson shares her thoughts on forecasting, trends, and the “color of the year”:

“What was once a true trend forecast has really gone beyond its original scope. I think we’ve seen this the last several years, and it’s even more obvious with 2021’s selection from Pantone. The kind of intent behind the Pantone color of the year was originally much more of an evidence-based, educated projection of the colors that were going to be the most used and the most popular across a few streams. Pantone’s prediction originally would encompass all the way from package design through to fashion, (couture to fast fashion mass market), and then into interiors as well as your FF&E: Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment, which of course includes textiles.

Originally, the predictions related to the design industry as a whole. Now, we are seeing that Pantone is calling these color announcements the color that “defines” the year establishing that this all-encompassing color is taking into account socio-economics, new technologies, worldwide events like the Olympics, the state of the environment, and beyond. It has really changed in its scope in my opinion. And with this shift, the specific relevancy of these timely color trend predictions are not as apparent as it used to be 10 years ago.

I’d like to share some colors that I have noticed gaining popularity in the design realm. Some, having been adopted already, are trending upwards; some might be a bit more aspirational.

Using the two Pantone colors as a jumping-off point, Yellow is certainly a color on the rise - just perhaps in a different saturation level and undertone than the classic primary yellow.  Think of shades like Buttercream and Chalk. Moving on to Grey, I look to variations on Sherwin Williams’ Urbane Bronze, which is their color of the year. The key to a versatile grey right now is brown-based tones and a green undertone.

Which leads us to Brown. We’re seeing shades of Kalamata, Peanut, Persimmon, and updated takes on Clay, which we have seen grow in importance for the past several years now.

Pink, still on-trend, is now seen specifically with a purple inflection. Colors like Cerise and Calamine, and the presence of a brown and blue undertone take prominence over the blush pinks of 2015.

A little down the wheel we find Blue. Benjamin Moore’s color of the year is Aegean Teal which is soft, soothing, and basically a spa blue. It’s important to note that they’re predicting paint colors specifically. However, speaking holistically in terms of color trends, the green undertone is the important takeaway for me.

Lastly, I'd like to touch on Green and it's recently notable presence. Green undertones, green everything! Ever-popular as a subtle undertone in neutrals, the whole gamut of greens is more visible in our daily lives than ever before. Fava Bean, Palm Leaf and Blackened Olive (to name a few of the more saturated shades) are gaining relevance in our homes. Green is now seen as a sophisticated color that pairs well with the color trends mentioned above; whether it be shades of pink, brown, or whatever your pairing of choice, Green effortlessly lends a natural, biophilic presence indoors.”

Missed her talk live on Instagram? Catch it here on YouTube!

December 21, 2020
HAPPY HOLIDAYS ❄

 

As I reflect on 2020 and prepare for 2021, I wanted to take a moment to thank each and every one of you, our clients, for your continued support, patience and partnership as we all found ourselves experiencing a crazy and very different year.

My team and I have been inspired by the adaptability and resilience of the design industry. We all had to evolve and work creatively to navigate the challenges of our new normal.

We look forward to continuing to bring you the beautifully curated product offering of our design team and to servicing you with excellence through our customer service and design assistant teams in 2021.

Most importantly, I want to take this opportunity on behalf of myself and our entire Maxwell Family, to wish you and your families happy holidays and a healthy, happy and successful new year.

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October 5, 2020
Extra Performance = Extra Cleanability

Performance velvets are a staple category for us, and this season the third quality in our performance velvet lineup has an added extra high-performance bonus. Billiard is protected by not only FibreGuard cleanability, but with an all new anti-moisture barrier FibreGuard Pro.

Billiard, a non-directional pile velvet with a subtle, heathered look similar to a baize cloth often used on gaming tables. Passing 70,000 double rubs, Billiard is an excellent choice for residential or commercial upholstery. 

SHOP BILLIARD

Click here to learn more about Fibreguard Pro. 

September 22, 2020
Introducing 3-Pass Blackout (and it's FR!)

Maxwell’s first 3-pass blackout book introduces a chic range of textures and solids in a menswear-inspired palette of neutrals.

This blackout coating is created by applying layers of opaque foam to the back of the fabric, finishing with a layer of white to block all of the light!
These matte, brushed and mélange looks are ultra-drapeable, 100% blackout and pass NFPA 701 & CAN/ULC S109.

SHOP BLACKOUT

August 28, 2020
FALL 20: LOOKBOOK

Introducing our first Lookbook, with a variety of on-trend and inspiring moodboards curated to showcase the recently introduced Fall 20 collection, A Moveable Feast and stand-out favourites from past seasons. 

Our new interactive moodboards can directly transport you to the product page for additional information, requesting memos, stock inventory and even placing an order by clicking on the fabric of your choice!

CHECK OUT OUR LOOKBOOK

 

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August 17, 2020
FALL20: A Moveable Feast

A feast for the senses, the fall collection adds layers of comforting texture with a focus on natural fibers in casual, sun-washed constructions to juicy, fresh prints and embroideries. The effect is lived-in and welcoming with a nod to the Epicurean philosophy of good living.

SHOP COLLECTION

Join, Design Director Zoë Anderson as she presents our Fall 2020 collection.

Video created by Cody Preston - www.codypreston.com

 

March 18, 2020
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO OUR MAXWELL FAMILY

Dear Valued Maxwell Fabrics Customers,
 
First and foremost, with COVID-19 top of mind for everyone right now, we want you to know that Maxwell Fabrics remains OPEN FOR BUSINESS.  Our highest priority is the health and continued and active support of our Maxwell family – sales reps, employees and customers.
 
We know that this is a challenging time and that many of you are having to adjust your work schedules, routines, and even locations in some cases.  We want you to know that MAXWELL FABRICS is here to support you through this and you can rely on us to continue to maintain the same level of excellent service and support in completing your objectives and servicing your own customers.   
 
Our number one priority is the health and safety of our Maxwell Family and we will take every precaution to ensure that we contribute responsibly to the containment of COVID-19 in all locations.  We are monitoring the developments regularly both internationally and nationally, with a view to being on top of changes and adjusting quickly, and we have advised and expect everyone on our teams to maintain a high level of vigilance around social distancing, hand-washing, and other recommended precautions. 

 
HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:

  • Our WAREHOUSE in North Carolina is up, running, and busy.  We rolled out strict protocols around sanitization and cleanliness three weeks ago and we have increased our vigilance around these measures in the last week.  We are limiting access to our facility to only our employees and we have a zero tolerance policy around cold/flu symptoms.   

  • Our SHOWROOMS remain available to support you; however, we are not accepting visitors at this time.  Please utilize our highly experienced and talented Showroom Managers to help you source and locate the perfect product for your on-going projects. 

  • Our SALES REPS have been advised to work from home for the time being.  Please do not hesitate to contact your local sales rep for assistance with sourcing and other product related needs. They are available by phone or email and they are also prepared and excited to continue to service you and share our latest (and fantastic) collections by video conference or FaceTime.  They will also continue to reach out to you in the coming weeks.

  • Our HEAD OFFICE customer service staff are either being set up or are already working remotely from home.  If you have not already done so, this is a perfect time to allow our Design assistant team to help you source the perfect fabrics or wallcoverings for your projects.

         CUSTOMER SERVICE:
         [email protected]
         1-800-663-1159 ext.3
 
         DESIGN ASSISTANT:
         [email protected]
         [email protected]
         1-800-663-1159 ext.1
 
         CONTRACT:

         [email protected]
         1-800-663-1159 ext. 6
 
         ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE:
         [email protected]
         [email protected]

         USA: 1-800-663-1159 ext. 4
         CAN: 1-800-663-1159 ext. 5

  • Our WEBSITE is also a fantastic resource for obtaining information you may need, including stock & price checks, sample requests or placing orders.  Don’t know your account number? Our team is a phone call away and happy to walk you through logging in and locating the information you are searching for!

 

We will remain in touch as the situation progresses. If you don’t already do so, follow us on Instagram @maxwellfabrics, as we are regularly updating our stories with the latest developments and some colorful inspiration during this rather grey time.
 
We are committed to weathering this storm together and we look forward to shortening the social distance in the coming weeks/months ahead.  In the meantime, please do not hesitate to reach out to our teams and let us know how we can best serve and support you.
 
Yours in health,
 
Oren Garaway
President
Maxwell Fabrics

March 11, 2020
#TextileTuesday - Color Stories for Fall 2020

From saffron to butter, Design Director, Zoë Anderson shares her color direction and the trending color stories coming soon to Maxwell Fabrics for Fall 2020.  

Join Zoë Anderson for the Textile Tuesday recap, also available on our IGTV and YouTube channels. 

February 26, 2020
#TEXTILETUESDAY - FIBREGUARD EASY CLEAN TECHNOLOGY

Performance textiles continue to provide a solution for modern living. This means much more than high abrasion: cleanability and a super soft hand are key. Watch Design Director, Zoë Anderson, clean up a dollop of ketchup from one of our latest patterns in Performance Textures, Solar System 407 Apricot. Stocked with FibreGuard stain-free easy clean technology, that will last the life of the fabric.  

Join Zoë Anderson for the Textile Tuesday recap, also available on our IGTV and YouTube channels. 

For more information on cleaning instructions for a variety of soils and stains, please visit: fibreguard.com/how-to-clean

February 10, 2020
SPRING20: MULTI-COLOR TAKES OVER AS WE LEAVE A DECADE DEFINED BY GREY

New traditional lives at the intersection of timeless design elements and au courant cool. Damask, treillage and Greek key motifs get a millennial makeover this season with high performance capability and a rich, warm palette. Tie everything together with multi-color textural wovens with a mid-century vibe. 

SHOP COLLECTION

Join Zoë Anderson as she presents this season's styles and demonstrates why performance fabrics are a must-have in the home. 

Video created by Cody Preston - www.codypreston.com

January 8, 2020
IS THE COLOR OF THE YEAR NOT FOR YOU? TRY THESE TRENDS INSTEAD OF CLASSIC BLUE

In December, Pantone announced the color of the year, Classic Blue.  As the world leaders for everything color, we expect to see this calming blue everywhere from clothing, to your new Moleskine® notebook. 

Whether you find it culturally relevant or not, if this isn’t a hue you are interested in inviting into your home, look to this list below to ditch the millenial pink and start fresh this decade. 

Colors sourced from Pantone’s New York Fashion Week Spring/ Summer 2020 report.

 

December 12, 2019
#TEXTILETUESDAY – VELVET CARE 101

Velvets are luxurious and tactile, and an easy way to add depth and drama to a space. Design Director, Zoë Anderson shares what to consider when choosing a velvet and how to care for it. 

Join Zoë Anderson for the Textile Tuesday recap, also available on our IGTV and YouTube channels. 

Video created by Cody Preston - www.codypreston.com

November 27, 2019
#TEXTILETUESDAY – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PU & PVC

Faux leathers are a great choice for upholstery and are easy wearing and easy cleaning. The two main types of faux leather you will on the market are PU & PVC – but how much do you know about them? 

Join Zoë Anderson for the Textile Tuesday recap, also available on our IGTV and YouTube channels. 

Video created by Cody Preston - www.codypreston.com

November 20, 2019
FUR REAL THOUGH: YOU’VE GOT TO FEEL IT TO BELIEVE IT

Faux fur is the perfect tactile accent to juxtapose a cool and minimal modern space with depth and coziness.  Soft and plush, it looks equally at home layered into a maximal, more-is-more setting. 

This year we introduce, Siberia, a deep pile faux rabbit fur woven in Italy. With its soft and delicate tufts, Siberia encapsulates classical luxury while providing an unexpected yet welcoming youthfulness sure to make you smile.  Request a memo sample and feel for yourself!

SHOP SIBERIA

 

November 8, 2019
DESIGN TREND – BOTANICAL BEAUTY

Do you design with nature in mind? Incorporating botanical motifs in design has stood the test of time and has earned its place as a staple in interior design. Foliage inspired décor is versatile and can be tailored to suit any interior style! Overscaled fern motifs, Jacobean florals, or just a dose of rich emerald or cactus green bring the natural world indoors. You know that green is good for you, so why not incorporate it more in your life?

SHOP PERFORMANCE WOVENS - BOTANIST

October 30, 2019
#TEXTILETUESDAY - THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN CHOOSING UPHOLSTERY FABRIC

When choosing a fabric for your upholstery, do you consider what the finished piece will look like? Are you going for a tight, tailored sofa with firm foam or more of a rustic, relaxed and casual look that you can sink into? 

Join Zoë Anderson every Tuesday for #TextileTuesday IG stories, also available on our IGTV and YouTube channels. 

Video created by Cody Preston - www.codypreston.com

October 18, 2019
PAINT TRENDS 2020: WHAT'S YOUR PICK?

Two of the largest industry leaders for interior decorative paints, Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams, have recently announced two very distinctive directions their forecasters have set for the coming year.  Sherwin Williams naming its Color of the Year, Naval (a bold shade of navy) and Benjamin Moore announcing First Light (an airy pink hue) as their chosen Color of the Year have us questioning which direction will be the popular choice for your interiors. 

Dulux Paint has also followed suit with Sherwin Williams, choosing a similar and calming blue – albeit brighter, Chinese Porcelain. While Graham & Brown also join them on the organic, tranquil side of the colour wheel with a deep bottle green hue, Adeline.  

Sophisticated and mysterious, or youthful and optimistic – how will you dress your walls in 2020?

Check out the individual articles here:

BENJAMIN MOORE - FIRST LIGHT

SHERWIN WILLIAMS - NAVAL

DULUX PAINT - CHINESE PORCELAIN

GRAHAM & BROWN - ADELINE

Images Courtesy of (from left to right) Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Williams, Dulux Paint and Graham & Brown.

October 3, 2019
A CAMPAIGN OF COLOUR: ACTIVATE YOUR INNER REBEL

The latest design trend for Winter 20/21 highlighted in Pantone’s colour book, Viewpoint Colour – 06 Rise Up, highlights the continuation of maximal style charging unapologetically through an audacious palette that lends an energetic visual voice to the colours and textures that define your interiors.

Coined Vibrant Rebellion by Pantone Vice President, Laurie Pressman, encapsulates the ambition for self-expression, unrelenting hope and youthful positivity expressed in the upcoming Winter 20/21 colour trends.

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Like the palette?
SHOP PERFORMANCE WOVENS – FALL 19

September 27, 2019
#TEXTILETUESDAY RECAP: FALLING FOR FLOCK – YOUR NEW VELVETY OBSESSION

Whether it is sgraffito-style lines on a linen-blend based cloth or velvety flock adorning your walls we have a number of decorative flock patterns to offer you the much in demand luxe look you crave.  Flocking can be applied to many different surfaces (check out the Telafina fabric and the new 1838 wallcovering in the picture below). This look is created by tiny synthetic fibers that are attached onto a surface. Flock particles are sifted over the surface which has glue applied to it, and then is electrically charged to get the fibers to stand up and produce the napped effect. This can range from velvety to bristly, depending on the length of the fiber.

Missed this on @zoe.c.anderson ’s #TextileTuesday video? Check out the new flocked fabrics and wallcoverings below!

SHOP TELAFINA

SHOP ELODIE - 1939 WALLCOVERINGS

September 20, 2019
ELODIE: INDULGE IN YOUR INTERIORS

Elodie, a French name meaning wealth and riches, perfectly encapsulates the newest collection by 1838 Wallcoverings. Inspired by the Art Deco era, we couldn’t see a more fitting collection to bring us closer to the soon roaring 2020’s. Nostalgic trends are continuing to revive the glorious eras of the past and here curved forms and geometric lines tap into the glamour of a bygone time. In the 1920’s and 30’s Art Deco represented the combination of different styles with fine craftsmanship and luxurious materials, and our interpretation of the trend is perfectly in keeping with this spirit. Indulgent substrates, heritage printing techniques, decadent details and a sumptuous colour palette, not only capture the Zeitgeist of the past, but reinvent it for today’s interior schemes.

Another of Elodie’s riches is the captivating mix of printed effects and luxurious substrates, championing the true craft of wallpaper manufacture. Surface printing is a heritage wallpaper printing technique and forms patterns that look as though they have been painted by hand; works of art for your walls. Printed by skilled craftsmen on original, rare machinery dating back over 100 years, Elodie rekindles the traditions of British craftmanship. Select patterns are adorned with lavish, velvety flocks, glistening beads, high sheen foils, contemporary metallics and textured inks, bringing them to life to form unique, resplendent interiors.

SHOP ELODIE

September 17, 2019
FALL19: THE KEY TO TRANSLATING CLASSIC STYLE FOR MODERN LIVING IS PERFORMANCE

Whether in the form of upholstery fabric in luxurious tapestry constructions that would be at home in a Venetian palazzo, or the look of antique, patinaed leather, the market today demands high performance combined with high style. 

SHOP COLLECTION 

Join Zoë Anderson for a preview of our new fall19 collection, also available on our IGTV and YouTube channels. 

Video created by Cody Preston - www.codypreston.com

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