Horsham, United Kingdom, November 10, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Beautiful florals are brought to life in the satins, taffetas and silks of the ‘Mereville’ collection, with delicate motifs interpreted in subtle, feminine detail. The ‘Elyan’ collection of weaves and pretty embroideries captures a similar resonance, reflecting the faded elegance of French country houses and capturing a chic yet comfortable appeal.
The ‘Marney’ collection, comprising a coordinating selection of prints and wallpapers, draws on Sanderson’s long-established handwriting of adapting archive designs for the 21st century interior. Designs dating as far back as the early 1700s, including imported French dress fabrics and the company’s own collection of small-scaleMulhouse block prints, have provided inspiration.
“This season’s colour palettes exude understated sophistication,” says Emma Vans Agnew, design director, www.fabricsandpapers.com. “Natural shades of linen, ivory and muted pastels sit alongside warmer chocolate and bright splashes of magenta and emerald. They have drawn upon antique textiles and dyes to create stronger, more traditional tones which appear surprisingly fresh when paired with soft greens and purple.”
From exotic leaf trails to charming small scale florals, the Sanderson autumn collections delight in their attention to detailwhilst simultaneously capturing a sense of effortless romance, femininity and timeless style.