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Thursday, September 24th 2015 by

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After seeing quilting dominate the autumn fashion runways, we are now seeing this sumptuous trend translate into our interiors. Cemented at recent furniture fairs, such as Salon del Mobile in Milan, furniture designers such as Moroso, Roche Bobois and Moooi, showcased quilted furniture pieces in their new collections.

With an increasing nostalgic sensibility within interiors, it’s no wonder quilting has been embraced. It satisfies our cocooning instincts, providing an immediate sense of cosiness, whilst still fulfilling our desire for luxurious and glamourous aesthetics.

Quilting has evolved since the heady days of the 70s, and is now far more sophisticated and contemporary. Featuring a unique 3-D pattern, quilt adds dimension and textural interest, with a hint of flamboyancy.

Quilting can effortlessly update any space, adding an injection of luxury and decadence. Layering is easy with many pieces suiting the trend, such as sofas, cushions, ottomans and bedheads.

Perfected across sorbet and latte colourlines, quilted upholsteries are at home in contemporary and traditional interiors; adding softness to feminine or masculine spaces.

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Our latest collection, Nirvana, embraces this decadent and tactile trend. Featuring a velvet-look diamond quilt embossed pattern. offshore centre Working closely with our suppliers, Warwick has utilised a new quilting technique that replaces traditional stitching overlay methods. Using sonic bonding we are able to create a permanently embossed surface, ensuring against distortion and puckering; also eliminating the threat of wear on stitching usually associated with quilting.

Inspired to work this trend into your space? Check out our Pinterest inspiration here.

Inspiration images sourced from: Warwick Fabrics, B&B Italia, Heal’s, Bo Concept, Ligne Roset, Michael Vel, Sonny Vandevelde, A+A Cooren, Yellowtrace.

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