Textile Designs From Around The World In Your Home
The showrooms at Seattle Design Center are bringing global influence to their textiles for summer that are sure to bring out your inner world traveler. Blend places near and far into your home by showcasing bold colors and geometric designs to culture your space with plenty of character.
Textiles can bring life to your space, literally. For those with eclectic tastes, prints displaying stories and characters can bring a unique element into a room that is sure to spark some conversation. The LODI GARDEN PRINT from the Baret Collection by Brunschwig & Fils illustrates various scenes at royal court in the Mughal Empire. The whole collection is inspired by the 18th century French explorer Jeanne Baret and her journey around the world.
Focus on specific geographic areas and cultures can also provide points of inspiration. The Merkato collection in the Lee Jofa showroom is inspired by the African marketplace. Add textural dimension and warmth to your space with geometric prints, jewel tones, animal prints, and patterns reminiscent of tribal blankets.
With a romantic color palette of ochre, coral, blush pink, and peacock, prints from the East to West collection in the Baker showroom captures motifs found in treasures collected along 18th century travel and trade routes. Journey through the collection to find influences of chinoiserie style pottery, damask prints, Central Asian and Turkish embroidery, and florals.
Sumptuous Middle Eastern, Moroccan-themed textiles in the Martyn Lawrence Bullard collection by Lee Jofa incorporates neutrals and muted shades of blue and green with soft metallic accents of gold, silver, and pewter. Intricate ornamental designs and motifs in the collection adds an element of striking sophistication that mimics artisan craftwork.
If your travel dreams revolve around water, the Pindler and Kravet showrooms will delight your aquatic aspirations. Layers of different shades of blue with grey and white neutral accents bring natural and sophisticated styling to the ocean theme. Pindler’s Printworks Collection features hand painted designs depicting sea life in crisp, vibrant colors. Oceanview by Kravet layers blue with blue to create a serene coastal chic aesthetic.
With these worldy inspired prints you can feel like you’ve check off bucket list destinations without leaving the comfort of home. The showrooms at Seattle Design Center have these print and more that can help you pull inspriation for your next home or be the final touch on your current project.