Friday, 24 February 2012

New Spring Collections From Osborne & Little

Are you looking for some fresh ideas and new inspiration? The team at Osborne and Little have been very busy researching different styles and creating new ideas which are encompassed beautifully in their new collections which we are very pleased to add to our extensive Library in the design studio at the John Dick & Son furniture showroom in Glasgow.

We look forward to including the following collections in our designs to breathe some new life into your interiors!!

Sereno Velvets:
Gorgeous, tactile range of velvets in a palette of retrained and elegant neutral tones which are presented in a variety of dramatic textures. Create stunning effect by using this on upholstery or add some elegance to your bed with some cushions, throws and bolsters. The possibilities are endless!


Metropolis Vinyls 2: 
Collection of robust, vinyl wallcoverings featuring interpretations of classic Osborne & Little patterns as well as introducing some very smart new designs. These include textured animal print, leather and padded diamond stitching effects. Wallpapers from this collection will add a suitable amount of drama to any room.



Rabanna: 
A great range of effective semi-plain and small-scale textured wallpapers which are a great complement to larger scale patterns. The collection takes its name from raffia woven in Madagascar and features designs with grass cloth and houndstooth textures which are given a modern twist with holographic and metallic sheens.

Talara (By Nina Campbell): 
Inspired by the ancient civilisations of the Andes this collection of woven fabrics, named after the coastal region and port city in north western Peru, features multi patterned stripes, tree of life jacquards and elegant silk paisley designs all co-ordinated beautifully in a delightful range of colours.



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