Look for the month from KOBE: Ceramic collection

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    Look for the month from KOBE: Ceramic collection

    KOBE is starting 2021 as it means to go on; with enthusiasm and optimism – thinking ahead towards a better year for everyone. The fabric brand’s ‘look of the month’ in January takes inspiration from the Ceramic collection…

    Collage of Kobe fabrics

    Leaving behind a sombre 2020, we step into 2021 with enthusiasm and optimism for a better year ahead for everyone.

    The New Year brings new collections from KOBE, and are happy to take inspiration from one of the brand’s favourites – Ceramic a 100 per cent natural velvet with a fetching colour palette.

    Colour palette

    Mixing soft and warm variated tones of terra and peach, sophisticated neutrals, along with browns, greys and black. The contrasts of white with warm wood colours gives a balanced feel for a clean, clutter free setting.

    Colour mix

    Ceramic is available in four colourways, each having an alluring combination of hues that blend into each other with perfect harmony. This gives a choice of many variations in colour combinations in balancing out the complementing and contrasting colours to create unique personal interpretations.

    Accessorise with personal style

    A contemporary interior style doesn’t have to feel “empty”. Accessorising with personality and styles that reflect you and your interior style, adds a touch of personal statement to your interior.

    Matching plains

    Ceramic is suitable for both curtains and upholstery use. It can easily match with many Kobe plains, creating beautiful colour combinations with Scala, Volterra or other plains such as Chacar, Levanto or Potenza, used together can create stunning interior styles.

    Kobe is one of our Recommended Suppliers and regularly features in our Supplier News section of the website. If you are interested in becoming one of our recommended suppliers, please email Katy Phillips.

    Main image credit: Kobe

    Hamish Kilburn / 26.01.2021


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