This dapper doggie has inspired us to take a look into the black and white striped fabrics that we stock:
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Rocky outcrop. Canyon is a natural, rich and earthy texture for the wall. The original artwork was handcrafted by using the edge of a palette knife layering the paint directionally to create a puckered and layered effect. The surface is highlighted by layers of contrasting metallic inks and it comes in 20 different colourways. Inspired by the outdoors, jewellery, handbags, home furnishings and fashion this unique design gently brings nature indoors.
Feeling a little dull over winter? Zigstripe Velvet is a plush way to brighten your day.
A bold colourful stripe featuring a subtle chevron in cut and uncut moquette velvet.
This statement fabric comes in two different colourways, Peacock and Fuchsia. Peacock includes stripes in bright green, dark green, purple and turquoise. Fuchsia includes aqua, dark brown, hot pink and orange. It has a vertical repeat 3.5cm and a horizontal repeat of 18cm.
Bold and Bright. A beautiful statement sure to embellish any room. This chair was given a new lease on life by a well chosen fabric.
A strong and extroverted client wanted the “wow” factor and a piece her guests would comment on when they entered the room. Jennie and her client spent six months searching for the perfect fabric before discovering Beacon Hill Olympus Purple. The fabric suits the client’s personality and the general style of her home which is more contemporary. The chair will be the statement piece in a neutral coloured spare bedroom which links to the other bursts of purple and bling throughout the house. The floaty, ethereal, slate, sheer curtain with silver threads running through the fabric and the Natural White walls should make a perfect foil for this “show piece” chair.
Midnight Garden fabrics enchant senses and captivate the imagination. The wonder and romance of nature inspires a journey deep into the forest filled with a moonlit kingdom of lush flora and fauna.
The patterns in this transcendent new print collection draw their inspiration from romantic naturalism, a belief that nature itself is a work of art. The designs depict nature with reverence and mystery: soaring birds, colossal foliage, and exotic flowers abound.
Historic French and English documents served as inspiration for the exclusive patterns in the Midnight Garden collection. Elements were adapted from their motifs and fanciful colour schemes. The results are patterns that celebrate the beauty of natural elements and give them a fantastical twist.
Before and After: Showing Dwell Studio Fabrics
Redelman Fabrics exhibited at DesignEx 2013 in Melbourne last week. It was an exciting exhibition and we had the chance to meet some new faces as well as catch up with familiar ones.
Turquoise and Cobalt fabrics come to life!
Remember the new Robert Allen Cobalt and Turquoise Collections we posted about here? Well, it’s time to enjoy watching these collections come to life.
The above design was created by Rachel Kapner of Creative Wallcoverings & Interiors for The Stately Homes by-the-Sea Designer Show House at The Hartshorne Mansion in America. The style is a blend of Moroccan meets glam.
Sneak peek: Some of the bright fun fabrics that will be going to DesignEx 2013! Redelman Fabrics is going to DesignEx 2013! Here is a sneak peek at some of the fabrics that will be on show.
Hope to see you there!!
Bright coloured Nobilis velvet makes these chairs pop!
Did you know that by touching velvet twice a week you will feel better? A recent study presented in Scientific American showed that touching velvet increased verbal fluency and emotional competence and decreased negative emotions. Wow! Who knew?
Redelman Fabrics has the largest collection of eclectic fabrics in stock from around the world. Specialising in beauty and rare designs. Representing value for quality in contemporary, modern, traditional and classical designs using luxurious yarns and modern fibres.
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