The latest collection from Designers Guild just might incite a rebellion against bland and banal interiors.
31 May 2012
In a largely conservative design climate where neutrals and solid colours are the style du jour, a company like Designers Guild comes across as a rejuvenating breath of fresh air. Incepted in 1970 by Tricia Guild, the companyâ€™s core focus centres around fabrics and wallpapers that are known for their bold graphic designs and unique pattern combinations, thanks in no small part to its founder. The brand features an eclectic mix of influences, with Asian motifs, antique and bohemian elements all factoring frequently into its designs. In its latest offering, the Zephirine Autumn/Winter 2010 Collection, Designers Guild brings the charm of antique floral prints and the vibrancy of bright, unexpected colours to the fore.
The Zephirine Autumn/Winter 2010 Collection presents a glorious cacophony of colours, floral prints and graphical patterns as well as luxurious materials. Housed under this collection are fabrics and wallpapers from the Zephirine, Bernardini and Trevelyan ranges, each range quite different from one another, but no less refreshing than the next.
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