This curated moodboard is inspired by artists we are following, trends we are spotting and the projects we are seeing. The scheme presents a mesh of texture, pattern and chalky pastel colours balanced with dusky blues.
We have been enjoying French photographer Julien Blank and his obsession with pastel pink buildings typically with a dusky blue sky backdrop. Not surprisingly, we have chosen Cole and Son’s ‘Miami’ wallpaper, which pays homage to the chalky colours and Art Deco Architecture found in South Beach Miami, to anchor the scheme.
Inspiration was also taken from fashion label Zimmerman recent global store roll-out, by Sydney based Architect Studio McQualter, who have used Designers Guild staple Brera Lino Pale as their go-to for dressing room curtaining. If you have a client who wishes to know how well Brera Lino drapes, you can ask them to recal the last time they visited the Melbourne, Sydney, London, Los Angeles or even Miami Zimmerman store.
'Miami' Moodboard Fabric & Wallpapers
1. Lisbon Duck Egg: The award winning fabric, has been recognised as leader in sustainability. The mid-scale grid weave pattern, is woven from 90% recycled yarns.
2. Patagonia / Sapporo Ocean A stunning Belgian stonewashed linen for drapery.
3. Brera Moda Hemp: A luxurious heavyweight slubby and soft linen.
4. Miami Wallpaper: Tropical, retro and exuberant.
5. Brera Grasscloth Oyster Vinyl Wallcovering: Practical texture, tones down the pinks that surround it.
6. Varese Pale Rose: Our bestselling velvet coordinating perfectly with the Miami pink tones.
7. Brera Lino Alabaster and Pale Jade: Bestselling, washable 100% linen.