Brought to you by the team at Clarke & Clarke, the new name in contemporary fabrics is Studio G, designed with aspirational, fashion conscious customers in mind.
Bringing you the latest trends in the season's key colours at both affordable and accessible prices, the range doesn't compromise on the quality you'd expect from Clarke & Clarke.
This distinctive collection (lead image) incorporates decorative weaves, ikat influences, striking geometric designs and chunky stitch detail. The rich palette of seven colours will be highlighted by intense contrasts, creating a variety of moods.
From vibrant spice and raspberry to laid-back charcoal and smoke, the range comes in five designs that will combine harmoniously with options for soft furnishings and drapery.
Bursting with character and dazzling colour contrasts, these contemporary prints will work in both traditional and modern settings.
Octavia is an intricate floral design, while Terrazzo, Cassandra and Luella bring flowing geometrics and multi-colour stripes to the collection. The 100 per cent cotton fabrics will combine beautifully to create eye-catching schemes.
With rippling marble effects, foliage designs and mineral colours to bring the beauty of nature indoors, Organics is available in seven tranquil colours, with the five designs suitable for curtains, roman blinds and cushions. Intriguing bark textures and cross-sections of trees and organic patterns make these decorative weaves truly unique.
Luxurious upholstery weaves with intricate textures and lustrous highlights. Glacier is a bold herringbone weave, whilst Moreno and Valdez will subtly emphasise the colour contrasts and iridescent yarns. From muted linen and olive to rich damson and ruby, the choice of eleven colourways make this an incredibly versatile collection.
A classic geometric jacquard that will make a statement, Castello is a fabulous addition to any modern living space. Complete with eyelets and polycotton lining, the range comes in Mushroom, Indigo (below left) and Charcoal.
Their range of readymade curtains (above right, Verona) come in numerous styles and designs. You can view these and the rest of their collections by visiting Studio G for more.