Celebrating with a Winning Spring Collection
For over 50(!) years now, the British innovation powerhouse Osborne & Little has been synonymous with innovations and insights that resonate across the world’s interior design universe. Season after season, Osborne & Little has consistently produced some of the highest quality wall and window treatments that never fail to impress. And to celebrate a half a century of outstanding design and inspired collaborations, the team at the design studio has just released what might just be the brand’s most impressive achievement to date.
Osborne & Little’s Spring 2018 collection has been artistically conjured to evoke the eternal inspirations of a place like no other – the colours, the textures and the whimsical allure of the Riviera. A collection of opulent velvets takes inspiration from Venice and taps the same delightful beauty pioneered by the Masters of Enlightenment. Embossed vinyl wallcoverings and wide-width linens for drapery are offered in a cool soft palette, as well as a collection of dual-purpose checks, stripes and semi-plains. The decorative designs are supported by six further collections offering a superb choice of co-ordinating plain and semi-plain fabrics.
For icing on the cake, the O&L Spring 2018 collection also includes the British Isles Damask Wallpaper, which was originally commissioned as an exclusive fabric for the British Airways. Dominated by metallic and mica colouring, this wallcovering is a reminder of the British love for the Italian Rivera. It features emblems of the four countries that compose the United Kingdom: the rose for England, the thistle for Scotland, the daffodil for Wales and the flax for Northern Ireland. Such inspired design and the effect is nothing short of absolutely stunning!
You can read the full announcement on Osborne & Little’s official website. And when you have found your inspiration, our Design Team at National Drapery is here to help you get started – at home, at the office, or for your large-scale projects.
“Your desire to be near to window is your desire to be close to life!”
Turkish playwright, novelist and thinker Mehmet Murat ildan