The new neutrals: six new sophisticated designs in neutrals, greys and metallics from Skopos Fabrics

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    Custom furnishings provider Skopos Fabrics have unveiled a sophisticated new range of fabrics that show off the trending ‘new neutrals’.

    Greys and metallics lead the way in forming an array of patterns on their new custom furnishings, available for the hotel industry from the celebrated company, who have provided furnishings for the industry for over forty years.

    They say: “Our reputation for stylish design, durability and technical excellence have established Skopos an enviable client base in the specialist hotel and leisure, cruise and health/elderly care sectors”.

    The latest wide-width luxury designs from Skopos feature geometric patterns across six new contemporary designs. Influenced by the ancient Japanese art of Origami, the surprising, angular patterns feature on silk and satin.

    Diamond, wave and holographic hexagon designs appear on the fabrics, which boast a “raised, three-dimensional quality” and are available in either matt or silk finishes.

    The designs are for bedding or drapery solutions “where style meets functionality”.


    The range differs greatly from the botanical range Skopos released last autumn, which featured heavier detailing and bolder colour. Supporting the trend for bringing the outside in, the exquisite botanical print from Skopos was an exploration of woodland plants and flowers.

    Flores Silvestri was an elegant hand-drawn collection, brought to life on a new linen-look base cloth. Echoing traditional recording methods, the collection flourished with fine detailed outlines, flower-pressed silhouettes and a combination of rich colour and line illustration.

    With a choice of 7 new designs and 10 base cloths, including a stain resist upholstery, this collection suits independent hotels, care and leisure projects. Designs included a woodland mix, large scale floral, flower press design, textured check and a fern, in a sophisticated colour palette.

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    Adam Bloodworth / 20.02.2018


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