Le Jeu collection is a game of fabrics with different textures, colours and patterns, that can be coordinated in so many different ways. Fabrics for you to play. Regardless of the difficult times we are all living, we feel positive about the future and motivated to tackle the challenge before us – to successfully play this fabric game, inspiring forms, design and bring softness to the complex process of creating inspiring interiors. In this collection you can find smooth textures, small patterns, soft and light linens for curtains, as well as our well-known bold designs based on handmade paintings. We are also launching a beautiful new color selection for our successful 3m large Sunset linen.
All these new references provide a range of options which we feel proud and enthusiastic to present.
South collection enhances a sense of cosiness allowing the creation of ambiences where laziness, comfort and serenity are appreciated.
The launch of new colours and patterns provides a selection of fabrics that can be well combined with our existing collections. Creating an extension to our range of textiles Barbara Osorio Fabrics, South collection embraces the feeling of warmth and reminds us of the importance of our home.
The fabrics of this colorful collection are inspired in the colors and patterns of Africa and its wildlife. Native to the African Savannah where the climate is extremely dry and arid, the Baobab tree is a symbol of life in a landscape where little else thrives.
These fabrics provide a new range of textures, prints and colors which evoke memories of the warm, sensual and living landscapes of Africa.
By appreciating the beauty that surrounds us and taking in the details that make all the difference; without having to travel to the other side of the world, we can always have our paradise nearby. We choose to live in comfort, beauty and simplicity.
Why PALMA? Because it is inspired from a visit to the island. Here, the sun shines in an amazing palette of bright blues. Along the coast, you can see numerous little ports contrasting with the villages set in the mountains which tell stories from the past with a rich multicultural presence.
Vegetal patterns like flowers or leaves and plain soft textures will tell the story of the sunny gardens in Cascais with a hint of romantic but also tropical and exotic elements. The prints vary between linen, silk or jacquards and this time we have included a very interesting selection of small patterns to be used together or in contrast with the larger designs.