Arlo & Design Fabric Edit: Nourished Land
We were thrilled to bring our new Arlo & Design creative hub to light during London Design Week. In the weeks since, it’s been a joy to welcome designers and interior enthusiasts to our Fulham-native studio concept, which is now rolling out across all of our showrooms. Here you’ll be met with expert support, professional materials like a curated image bank and client presentation equipment, as well as a vast array of fabric options to spark imagination. We’ve parsed our collection of fabrics into five leading trends of the moment to set you off on the right foot.
To kick us off, we’re focusing on a trend we call Nourished Land, defined by deep, earthy tones with a textural quality. These are fabrics with a visceral sense of materiality. Take our new designer Soho fabric in Fern, for example. It’s a linen-based weave with a deep, green tone to it. It comes alive with slightly golden threads running through it, animating the surface and enriching the colour with a variety of hues drawn from nature.
We’ve also worked with Romo fabric house to bring the brand-new Chelsea fabric in Vintage Rose to our showrooms. It takes on a slightly terracotta tone and has a much finer weave than the Soho, with a smooth feel and a more uniform surface. Though, it still carries a certain rawness about it and a sense of character.
One of our best-loved house fabrics, True Linen, is a fantastic representation of this earth-toned trend. It develops a beautiful depth in its Whiskey colourway, embodying the Nourished Land sensibility and evoking a soulful atmosphere.
This is one five key trends that our Senior Design team have detected as we delve into the spring season. It’s a lovely way to create a dialogue between your interior and the outdoors as we step into the sunshine. We hope you’ll join us at one of our showrooms across the UK to get a taste of the Arlo & Design offering and get up close and personal with these emerging fabric trends!