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Design Trends: Home Interior Textiles 2019

Home Interior Textiles 2019 – Textiles play an integral role in interior design, they help to establish the tone and feel of a room, the right fabric selections are essential to timeless, sophisticated design. Today, Best Design Books is going to show you the home interior textile trends you should know for 2019/20. Take a look: GEOMETRIC PATTERN  Geometric patterns will forever be one of the most sought-after interior design trends in the industry and this happens so because these patterns and prints are so versatile that allow the creation of a comprehensive range of designs that can accommodate various tastes. ANIMAL PRINT PATTERN Animal prints in home décor can take your interiors from boring to exciting without changing the entire room. With a wide range of warm and neutral colors, animal prints are easy to incorporate into almost any décor scheme. FLORAL PATTERN Floral fabrics come in all types of patterns and sizes and look their finest when incorporated in home decor elements such as wallpapers, curtains, pillows or even furniture designs. They come to add a strong yet graceful environment to any home interior. Using patterns inspired by fauna is one of the best ways to bring nature back into your home.   Did you like this post? Feel free…

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Guide to the World’s Largest Archive of Patterns and Textiles

Written by Rita Gomes Guide to the World’s Largest Archive of Patterns and Textiles– Every season, designers from fashion, home furnishings, textiles, graphic arts, and paper-product industries seek inspiration from patterns to bring their collections to life. Many of these designers – including Beacon Hill, Boden, Calvin Klein, Clinique, Colefax & Fowler, Lululemon, Nike, Oscar de la Renta, Pottery Barn, and Target – look to the Design Library, the world’s largest archive of surface design. This one-of-a-kind book, drawn from the Design Library’s archive, is an exclusive and ultimate sourcebook of pattern and ornament. Peter Koepke is the owner and director of the Design Library, located in Hudson Valley, New York, and London. He joined the company in 1990, after fifteen years as a collector and dealer, during which time he created seminal art collections for museums, universities, corporations, and individuals throughout the United States, Europe, Australia, and Japan. Peter now travels extensively in search of coveted collections to expand the Design Library’s archives. “There are plenty of enviable archives in the world, but here’s one that had escaped our gaze… Patterns: Inside the Design Library offers a behind-the-scenes peek into New York State’s Design Library,the world’s largest archive of pattern and…

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