Pablo Picasso once said, "Colors, like features, follow the changes of the emotions." That was the inspiration behind the launch of Phillip Jeffries' newest additions to their Manila Hemp collection. Jeffrey Bershad, CEO of Phillip Jeffries, told DecoratorsBest that the brighter colors were added to the collection with the belief that surrounding one's home with bright, cheerful colors can make a person happier. Now with over 30 color selections available from their most popular collection, we're sure your favorite tones are in there too. And really, are you going to argue with Picasso?
Phillip Jeffries has several fabulous new collections. They are among the finest in natural wallcovering techniques and are seamless when installed. Chain Mail, available in 12 sophisticated colors, is a hand-woven, natural jute wallcovering with amazing potential. Reminiscent of the look of shogun armor, it has a mesh feel and an interlining of metallic colors to bring out a shine.
Framed, properly named, is a geometric relief wallcovering with gleaming 8" squares "framing" the classic Japanese paper. A marriage of their Trellis Embroidery and Rivets collections, Framed is the 2nd generation of a very unique trend.
Ralph Lauren's Serengeti Textures includes their newest additions of natural woven wallcoverings, widening their stock of a very popular motif. "Allesandro – Saddle" is a luxurious grasscloth, tightly woven into small, intricate diamond patterns and is an impressive addition for any room in your home. The entire Serengeti collection, which includes earthy prints and exotic florals, is available to view in our Design Room.
Schumacher's Au Naturel collection has softer weaves in natural earth tones, woven from fine cotton and silk. Their "Tristan Horsehair Weave – Ash" is made of real horsehair that's random match and color variations enhance the natural beauty of the paper backed wallcovering. The entire book, also available in our Design Room, uses fine textures and a several mediums to create a diverse yet fluid collection.