During January, Paris hosts two of the most prestigious lifestyle and design events in the world: Maison et Objet 2020 and Paris Deco Off 2020, which happens to be both our media partners. The world of decoration will get new layers with the 11th edition of Paris Deco Off which will occur from 16-20 January where design lovers and professionals can discover the finest interior design solutions courtesy of some of the world’s best luxury brands. Join CovetED Magazine to learn the first news about the luxury brands that will be showcasing this year.
Previously with our Lin Fiona, Nobilis began the development of a modern range of linen. The Lin Maximo has a wide range of colours, offering a matt texture and a stunning density (750g/m2). Natural and raw colours are mixed with deep urban colours. The Lin Maximo is developed with a real respect for the environment: Oeko Tex and Masters of Linen certified.
Christopher Farr with Neisha Crosland present one of Britain’s foremost pattern designers with a unique mastery of reticulating motifs that has developed from an early encounter with block printing. Crosland has won several prestigious awards and was elected a Royal designer for Industry for her work in textile design. This capsule collection of screenprinted linens incorporates designs from throughout her career and builds upon the success of the preceding wallcoverings.
One of the UK’s most accomplished and prolific textile and surface-pattern designers of the last four decades, Neisha Crosland began her career with a post-grad show at the Royal College of Art in 1986, which won her a commission – and subsequently a bestselling wallpaper range – from Osborne & Little.
Crosland went on to design for retail brands, hotels, film sets and more, and today operates her own eponymous label from her base in London. She has been a Royal Designer for Industry since 2007, and her work can be found in the permanent collections of both the V&A and the Geffrye Museum.
The Nara collection of Japanese wallcoverings by Gancedo features a compendium of textured coverings, hand-crafted in accordance with the Japanese tradition of hand-plaiting natural fibres such as sisal, raffia, and hemp… rendering each piece unique, a one-off complete with its own quirks. The name of the collection – Nara – pays homage to the ancient capital of mediaeval Japan, one of the cities which still retains the traditional spirit of the country, as well as a considerable number of well-preserved temples and remains, which now constitute a World
The Nara collection of Japanese wallpapers features a compendium of textured coverings, hand-crafted in accordance with the Japanese tradition of hand-plaiting natural fibres. The colours chosen for the collection comprise shades which add a dash of modernity, such as pinks, grey-blues and sea greens, along with some very elegant metallics, as well as classic browns, beiges and écrus.
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