In June this year, we organised a photo session in Clay.Warsaw, presenting the current trends in the interior and fabric design, and textile decorations.
We used fabrics from our offer to narrate three stylistic stories of the session.
Every year, new trends, ideas and solutions appear in the world of interiors, textiles and upholstered furniture design. In line with these current trends, we have presented several fabric collections in an inspiring, visually attractive form. We have divided the whole into three parts, whose common denominators are the types of fabrics, their colours, textures, patterns, as well as their intended use.
The first theme of our session is Modern Rococo. It is not the first time that references to classic, historical patterns have appeared in interior decorating and design. Inspired by the 1990s and the decade’s stylistic eclecticism, we combined the old and the new. The shapes of furniture known from the history of applied arts textbooks and the floral and geometric motifs of fabrics in the vein of Baroque and Neoclassicism (which themselves drew heavily from Antiquity) have been combined with the most fashionable colours of today: shades of powder and salmon pink, orange, ochre, and olive.
A variety of shades and an abundance of textile decorations endowed the arrangements presented in the atmospheric Clay interiors a truly Rococo feel. This part of our session was dominated by two fabric collections: Vernissage, i.e., five classic jacquard fabrics, and Ficelle – a fine, woven velour. You can find out more about combining classic and contemporary textile motifs on our blog.
Stay tuned for more images from our photo shoot.
The collection comprises 4 jacquard fabrics in 6 colour variants each. Classic designs with symmetrically arranged motifs such as stripes, checks and floral ornaments are inspired by the Empire style. They endow any interior with an atmosphere of harmony, elegance and respect for the spirit of tradition.
It's a thick velour inn a wide range of colors. Among them we can find classic elegant, saturated shades of red wine, plums, gold, navy blue or olive, but also very interesting pastels, refering to the current interior design trends. It will look very impressive in the company of fashionable brass and gold accessories. It will work perfectly on sofas, loose cushions, pouffes, bags and rollers. Also suitable for covering quilted furniture, wall panels, decorative headboard.
Session commissioned by DEKOMA.
Text, content, editorial: MBBM Studio.