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Unleash your tribal instincts with these prints from the latest ranges in fabric trends.
Matthew Williamsons presents this beautiful collection of exotic fabrics and co-ordinated wallpapers inspired by an island paradise.
The highly individual colour palette includes vibrant shades of jade, kiwi, neon, yellow, cerise and fuchsia and a variety of blue tones ranging from ink to Persian and electric. These are interspersed with restrained but glamorous combinations of neutrals with charcoal, ivory, linen and taupe.

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Beautiful Dragonfly wallpaper
Osborne and Little Peacock Wallpaper by Matthew Williamson featuring peacock feathers in metallic and antique gold with tiny reflections peacock feathers


 Soft, Flowy blues
wp13 Bright, Bold, Beautiful African inspired Design


46% Polyester, 32% Silk, 22% Cotton. Usage Curtains, Blinds, Cushions, Soft Furnishings, Upholstery. Matthew Williamson Eden Fabric Ocelot

Celestial Dragon (4 colourways)

Matthew Williamson for H&M – Preview Summer Collection
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Bold, vibrant tribal like prints
Scrolling damask fabric
Nina Campbell has chosen the literary name for Imperial China for this collection of fabrics of oriental inspiration ideally suited to both classical and contemporary interiors. Nina’s signature colour palette which includes aqua, amethyst, sage, French grey and eucalyptus is enlivened with more recent additions such as magenta and coral.

A glimpse of informality in the Imperial Garden with this charming large-scale print on linen union inspired by the effortless brushstrokes of Chinese ink wash paintings. Cheerful birds are depicted amidst blossom laden branches, named after an ancient legend set in a garden.


An opulent paisley damask is depicted in silhouetted colour woven in viscose & cotton. The design takes its name from an ancient nomadic tribe from the north of China


An ornamental trellis named after a garden in Shanghai was inspired by Chinese screens commissioned by Nina for a client. Some colourways have been printed with metallic effects.

Beautiful architectural golden structural shoulder detail


New York Fashion Week – Autumn/Winter 2014/2015 Engineered Fabric Placements – Digital Photographic Backgrounds – Heavy Folk Embroidery – Constructed Pattern Mixes – Fluorescent Rainbow Prints – Rich Painterly Florals – Stained Glass Window Prints – Garish Plaid and Tartan – Vivid Lime Landscapes


Watercolour faded and florals still a huge rend at the moment.

What beauty…Very Excited on these ranges!