What can a fabric or wallpaper say about your home interior decoration? Luxury fabrics offer the finest in soft, flexible material for clothing, sheets, and home furnishings. They are usually natural, as opposed to man-made or artificial fabrics. The process of cultivating, growing and harvesting the fibers for luxury fabrics makes them more expensive than man-made textiles.
There are brands such as Christian Lacroix, Aldeco, Rubelli, Etro Home Collection, Missoni, Christian Fischbacher, Casamance, Lelievre,Dedar, and Nina Campbell, which have brought luxury and elegance to homes and other interiors where only the finest quality will suffice. These collections feature numerous classic styles and designs, including fine silks, beautiful printed fabrics or wallpapers, as well as an assortment of innovative modern designs.
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There are several types of fabrics that fall into the luxury category. Cashmere, Velvet and silk are the most well-known ones inside the indulgent world of home interiors. Cashmere is cultivated from the wool of Kashmir goats found in the mountains of Tibet and Mongolia. Known for its soft touch, it can be used for sweaters and scarves, but also to make throws and blankets or to upholster furniture. Velvet is a plush, woven tufted fabric that can provide a soft and thick look and feel to draperies, upholstery and accent pillows.Silk draperies add a look of luxury to your windows, as do silk throw pillows or an occasional chair with a silk cushion. Mulberry silk is the softest and one of most expensive fabrics in the world!
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Textured fabrics are already a trend in 2015. For design and decor lovers, this season’s assortment of trends have been considered one of the most beautiful, with the help of its most trendy color: Marsala. Marsala takes its name from the Marsala vine, which is warm and inviting. Since the fashion and cosmetics worlds have already adopted the “it” color, it is not too bold to say that Marsala will be the number one decorative color till the end of 2015.
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