Interiors Design Showcase Summit Welcomes Kobe

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    Luxury fabric specialist, Kobe, will be showcasing its Aurora, City Chic, Nomad and Motion collections at the Interiors Design Showcase Summit, on March 11.The one-day event, which takes place at the London Wembley Hilton Hotel, brings together industry experts and suppliers to share ideas and design trends for everything from furnishing fabrics, wallcoverings, traditional and contemporary furniture, lighting, floor coverings, decorative accessories and more.

    Contemporary and chic, Aurora is inspired by urban Nordic lifestyles and suitable for window décor and upholstery. Available in an extensive colour palette, it comprises a range of high satins, sumptuous velvets, intricately patterned jacquards and laser cut fabrics.

    Inspired by Hollywood’s Golden Age, City Chic reflects the lavish glitz and glamour reminiscent of this style period. The 11-design collection includes opulent velvets, fluid satins, woven jacquards and dobbies plus faux silk and leather, suitable for upholstery and soft furnishings. It also features plains in trendy colours, patterns ranging from traditional pied de poulé to fantasy animal skin and natural fabrics incorporating metallic yarns. The vivacious style lends itself to those who dare to set trends.

    Motion accentuates a fresh and contemporary look and feel in interior decoration. This unique collection of room-high window decoration fabrics combines stylish accents with a down-to-earth feel, bringing a casually chic atmosphere grounded by natural elements.

    Taking inspiration from across the globe, Nomad features an assortment of rich tones and tribal patterned designs which can be mixed and matched to create an interiors scheme suitable for window decoration, upholstery and contract wallcoverings.

    David Harris, managing director of Kobe UK, said: “The collections offer a versatile and timeless elegance to any interior setting and many are 100% Trevira CS, making them suitable for contract interiors.”

    Daniel Fountain / 05.03.2015

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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