Beacon Hill debuts Watercolors collection
Staff Staff -- Furniture Today, September 17, 2012
New York - Beacon Hill's new Watercolors collection features four prints in grand oversized scales, with colors ranging from subtle, soft neutrals to bold, exotic tones.
"We wanted to capture the feeling of movement and depth that watercolors have so we created fabrics with loosely painted images and degrees of translucent color," said Alexis Audette, operating vice president of design.
Nila Ikat is an abstract take on a classic graphic ikat. At 59" wide with a 13" horizontal repeat and a 26" vertical repeat, the statement piece is available in three saturated shades: Moonstone, a cloudy blue; Indigo, a deep denim injected with rust accents; Peapod, a zesty green.
Songbird features a playful bird and tree motif in a grand scale at 59" wide with a 29" horizontal repeat and a 30" vertical repeat. A twist on a traditional design, Songbird comes in three colors: Rose, a soft petal pink; Indigo, a range of easy blues; Jade, a gem-green with peach birds and flowers.
Maricel offers a loosely painted composition of an architectural southwestern landscape. Maricel is large-scale at 59" wide with a horizontal repeat or 29" and a vertical repeat of 27.5", and is available in three colors: Afternoon, a whimsical meeting of bright oranges, greens, and pinks; Indigo, a mix of navies and soft sky hues; Linen; a sand.
Soo Locks, the pattern that inspired the collection, showcases its impressionist roots in neutral color palettes. Its super scale comes in at 59" wide with a 54" horizontal repeat and a 39" vertical repeat. It is available in four colors: Clay, an earthy brown; Smoke, muted greys with glimpses of gold and tan; Frost, a range of icy hues that meld into one another; Teak, shades of washed brown.
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