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    Phillip Jeffries’ Shangri-La collection marries East & West and brings the drama

    Phillip Jeffries uses materials like hand-woven raffia, real wood, cork, silk, horsehair, and of course, their signature Manila hemp to create their latest Spring 2019 collection, Shangri-La. The materials, while undoubtably high quality, are not what sets this collection apart, but rather, the design & artistry behind it. Fretwork (above) takes laser-cut wood veneer and hand places each cut onto a delicate mylar metallic ground to create the look of intricate tile work. Below, the Glazier pattern, made to mimic the dripping of hand-glazed pottery, showcases how old techniques can create a very clean and modern design. The marriage of Eastern influence and a Western aesthetic flair has truly created…

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    Pure Fabrics and Wallcoverings from Morris & Co

    For the free-spirits, the truth-seekers and the quiet contemplators Drawing on Morris’ values of craftsmanship and expertly executed patterns, this collection is one of pure simplicity, pure sophistication and PURE MORRIS. The collection exuberates nine exquisite fabrics, mostly inspired by monochromatic wallpapers from the archive, and perfect for creating dreamy and ethereal ‘escape from it all’ rooms. Experimenting with a variety of print, weave and embroidery techniques, these fabrics are enchantingly beautiful and are equally at home in a modern conceptual space, or a classical setting. William Morris created rooms with honesty and simplicity. By harnessing this spirit PURE MORRIS presents his iconic designs in a pared back, neutral palette,…