With typically decorative fabrics, such as Manarola, an important advantage is the wide colour palette, making them suitable for a variety of interiors with different styles and colour tones. This new addition to our 2021 range will be a perfect component of interesting, multi-coloured combinations in textile decorations and interior arrangements.
Where does the name of this collection come from? Those who like to travel to the south of Europe and enjoy admiring Mediterranean landscapes will quickly notice that it is not coincident. Manarola is the best known of the five towns in the famous Italian Cinque Terre region. The view of houses with multi-coloured facades built on the green mountain slopes all the way down to the shores of the azure Ligurian Sea is exceptionally picturesque. It was the colours of Manarola that inspired the name of this decorative fabric, whose colour palette boasts as many as 35 shades.
In line with the current trends, Manarola's colours have a very natural, subdued character. Just look at their names: Snow, Sand, Pebble, Onyx, Lava, Silver, Gold, Aqua, Fern and Mist. Surrounded with hues like these, you will certainly not feel overwhelmed by an excess of tiring stimuli, as the colours are slightly lightened. These are mainly shades of white, beige, brown, grey, green, blue, and pinks.
It is worth noting that these subtle, pastel colours have been so designed as to allow for their easy combination, e.g. using a different shade on each hotel floor or in each room of the house. The same degree of colour saturation will make them look wonderful even when juxtaposed. Manarola has a characteristic, almost openwork structure, resembling a braid. Curtains made from this fabric will thus let a little light into the interior. With the width of 300 cm, it can be used even for large window decorations.