Introducing Charles Parsons Napier Upholstery Fabric

Posted: 07/10/2016
Introducing Charles Parsons Napier Upholstery Fabric

This small geometric pattern, termed ‘GEO’ can be used to compliment a sofa or as an accent chair. By using metallic yarn it gives the hint of the glamour from the Deco era, where a lot of metals were used as finishes in the home. (Similar to finishes used today)

Created with a metallic yarn the silver, bronze and navy are commercial but will also come into being the ‘foundation or staple’ for many home interiors across Australasia.

Napier although a fashion item will be current for years to come due to the nature of Deco style being used over and over again in the Interiors.
 

Introducing Charles Parsons Astrid Upholstery Fabric

The Nordic countries have influenced our interiors for decades and as our worlds get more complicated many want a simple but sophisticated look in their homes. Astrid, Charles Parsons new upholstery fabric was designed to compliment the Scandi style that never seems to date.

Minimalistic finished sofas and armchairs constructed with light woods or metallic hardware, need more than just a ‘plain’ fabric. A tactile ‘want to touch’ quality texture is the key to making this look work. Astrid makes you want to curl up in winter and sit back and relax throughout summer.

Woven in Turkey with a beautiful weight and high Martindale, Astrid is Charles Parsons new luxurious felt that has been created in elegant chalk, misty rose, dusk, wood and ebony.

Refined and gentle Astrid will be a staple for many retailers, designers and workrooms for years to come.
 

Introducing Charles Parsons Heath and Co, Upholstery Fabric

Interesting textures mixed back with simple patterns are the key to Charles Parsons Heath & Co. Stepping out from the norm of one plain to one coordinate scenario, you can easily pair the wool look plain, with the geo quilting or with the smart wide stripe that has a subtle herringbone woven into it. These all sit back with Charles Parsons traditional no nonsense check pattern.

Colours that resonate with masculinity are the reds, greens, tan, grey and of course black. These colours work back with woods, metals and leather a staple in the world of male décor.

The feel of the cloth is very important in this category as well. You will find the lustre of Heath inviting as much as the brushed fabrics of Jude, Johnny and Hugh.


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Posted on 07/10/2016 by Millers Home



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