Yves Delorme launches new looks
Furniture Today Staff -- Furniture Today, July 29, 2005
Yves Delorme, Inc. has introduced several new looks for bedding and bath to its mid-year collection that will be available in stores this September.
In bedding, they include architectural Eiffel with hand-embroidered raised French dots and hemstitch squares on white 460-count percale. Matching towels, bath robes and table linens are available. Also new is Pastorale, a classic toile de Jouy with illustrations on the grounds of Versailles paired with ticking stripes in denim and taupe.
The new Sospiro pattern features a palette from Monet’s “Impression, Soleil Levant” and inspiration from his painting of his wife Camille posed as a geisha in a theatrical costume. Towels and bath robes are offered in persimmon or blue with subtle tonal variations.
From the house of Pierre Frey, Yves Delorme is introducing bedding and bath with Botanica, Country and Granada. Botanica features detailed renderings of flowers presented as thumb-tacked pages on a canvas. Country offers the contours of a sketched leaf in a yarn-dyed cotton jacquard with a positive/negative graphic in burnished cinnamon and copper. Granada provides a bayadere stripe in an ornate, colorful design of floral motifs interlaced with geometrical patterns of Moorish inspiration.
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