Fameed Khalique showcases the hottest design trends for 2013

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    Fameed Khalique are pleased to reveal their hottest design trends for 2013…

    As seen first on the catwalks with the emergence of clear perspex heels, transparency is a design trend here to stay. Opening up space and maximising light, transparency is a trend that we can effortlessly transfer into our living space.Metallics
    Metallic is a strong design trend and if used in an informed way can bring warmth and depth as well as a touch of glamour to an interiors scheme. Metallics are a strong thread running through many of Fameed’s collections from fabrics to carpets to beautiful wall tiles.

    A new collection from Fameed Khalique created from 100% recycled aluminium illustrates the metallic trend – a luxurious, versatile and eco-friendly option for flooring and wallcoverings.

    Using polished and satin finishes it is possible to create ultra-chic flooring and wallcoverings, in numerous thicknesses and tones. From aluminium parquet floors to glistening bathroom walls, the creative applications are endless

    There is no escaping the trend for stripes in 2013, they were a huge runway trend in Spring/Summer 2013 Fashion Weeks and it has not taken long for the graphic bold design to make its way into interior design.

    Create a bold statement look by choosing a striped cow-hide rug and corresponding wallcovering from the Kyle Bunting collection at Fameed Khalique, redefining how hide is used in interiors and adding an entirely new dimension to the trend for statement rugs.

    Natural materials
    A desire to get ‘back to nature’ is a strong trend in 2013. Fameed Khalique is keen to update this trend with contrasting textures and a hint of glamour to create a look that would not look out of place in a countryside abode or a slick city penthouse.

    Fabrics by Danish textile designer Pernille Holm available at Fameed Khalique are inspired by nature and made up of vivid designs. Handprinted flock on soft off white wool, can be made in any colourway.

    Daniel Fountain / 29.05.2013

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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