Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Exciting New Fabrics

I recently met with the representative for Cowtan & Tout, Manuel Canovas, Romo, and Villa Nova.  These four brands carry high quality fabrics, and I had the opportunity to view their most recent collections!

Cowtan & Tout's new collection is very impressive, particularly because of the double width sheers.  Instead of the standard 54 inches, they are 102 to 118 inches wide.  The width is great for wide windows, and also provides the option of railroading the fabric in spaces with high ceilings.  I snapped a few pictures of some of my favorites from the event:
Cowtan & Tout double-width sheers
"Empire Stripe" cut velvet
Vibrant faux bois patterns

 The Cowtan & Tout website also features some beautiful pictures from their Cowtan 2013 Collection:
Cowtan & Tout "Cowtan 2013" Collection

Manuel Canovas, a brand of Cowtan & Tout, recently debuted their 50th Anniversary Collection.  Manuel Canovas fabrics are known for their unique prints and vibrant colors.  Using vibrant fabric is a great way to incorporate color into your design.  Here are some beautiful prints from the new Manuel Canovas collection:
Manuel Canovas "Samira" in rose indien
Manuel Canovas "Parfum D'ete" in bleu canard
Manuel Canovas "Hisar" in parme

Villa Nova is featuring 7 new fabric collections.  My favorite is the Camberley Collection of washable jacquard weaves.  Because these fabrics are washable, they are a great option for households with children or pets:
The Camberley Collection features 3 prints, all available in a range of 22 colors.  Visit their website for more details.

I am very excited to use these new products with my clients!  Updating drapery and upholstery with new fabric is a quick and easy way to transform a space.  If you need help making fabric selections, contact me at rosa@rosadestinteriors.com.  

The holiday season is just around the corner, so orders must be placed in the next few weeks to ensure that they are ready for holiday parties and family gatherings!



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