Silk section

New from Italy

Passing the gallery

Leading headings: Anna Gorbunova

A photo: Elena Efremova

Magazine: Decor N3 (136) 2009

In 2008 at the exhibition Abitare il Tempo in Verona embroidery gave way to appliqué. The color scheme has become calmer, dominated by pastel shades of green and the color of cocoa. There are no complicated textures, and the design of modern fabrics has become more restrained. Comment to the exhibition gave Ekaterina Smirnova, designer "DK-Textile Design"

"New collection company DESIGNERS GUILD developed five years. It is based on fabric samples from 1826 from Buckingham Palace - embroidered and embossed silks, linen and velvet. DESIGNERS GUILD still prefers large drawings with classical motifs - lilies, roses and monograms. Strict adherence to the canons of the genre did not prevent designers from creating a new interpretation of the classics, which allows the use of fabrics and wallpapers in both classical and modern interiors. "