Style Library Contract to showcase Anthology collection at Clerkenwell Design Week

    Taking astonishingly beautiful products from some of the best British interior brands, Style Library Contract is an inspirational resource for stunning contract specification fabrics, wallpapers and paints. Bringing together Harlequin, Anthology, Zoffany, Morris & Co., Sanderson and Scion, they are a one-stop resource for interior designers, architects and specifiers around the world, providing all the tools needed to create beautiful schemes.

    Obsessed with great design, attention to detail and quality, Style Library Contract delivers one of the widest and most diverse ranges of products and brands. Each brand has its own unique personality and handwriting, but all have design and high performance at the heart.

    Style Library Contract are delighted to be participating at Clerkenwell Design Week, Stand No. D3 – Order of St. John, where they will be showcasing the latest ‘Anthology’ collections.

    With its uncompromising innovation, sleek finishes and moody metropolitan colours Anthology is perfect for creating contemporary spaces.

    Anthology’s creative finishes, subtle textures and sophisticated complexity is presented in contact specifications that interior designers and hotel groups worldwide can easily access. A global colour palette ensures these edgy urban designs have a distinctly international feel. Cutting edge wallcoverings, tactile velvets, glossy wide-width sheers introduce a new level of sophistication to both contemporary and boutique commercial interiors.

    The new Anthology ‘Definitions’ wallcoverings collection expertly combines an edgy, ‘street’ style with a slightly ethereal vibe. Designers Louise Draper and Linda Thacker comment: “Definition has been inspired by geology and crystals: more figurative and mystical than previous Anthology ranges, it adds an extra intensity of colour and design.”

    Included in the eight contract suitable wallcovering designs are two dramatic digitally-produced panels; ‘Obsidian’, a highly figurative design taken from an original ink and salt-printed silk fabric, and ‘Therassia’, a wide-width panel promoting tranquility with its design evocative of sliced marble. All manufactured using the most technically-advanced machines and state-of-the-art production methods.

    Augmenting the existing fabrics range are two new velvets. ‘Hibiki’ is a stunning, two-tone contract velvet in a subtle ribbed texture. This origami-style pattern interplays with the subtle, metallic colours, resulting in 20 tempting variations to choose from. It has a 50k+ Martindale and is stocked with a crib 5 backcoat so is contract ready. ‘Ikko’ is a plush, textured velvet inspired by the crevices found in ancient tree bark. Available in 19 stunning trend-inspired colourways, it is suitable for contract upholstery, drapery and bedcovers and has a 45k+ Martindale rub.

    To complement their exquisite portfolio of standard ranges, Style Library Contract are also well placed to offer bespoke solutions due to the manufacturing capacity within their group. To discover the full range of Style Library Contract brands, launches and services visit the website below.

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