Radiating beauty: Barclay Butera collection by MDC

Barclay Butera collection
The collection was developed with interior designer Barclay Butera.

MDC released a collection with interior designer Barclay Butera. Called MDC’s Barclay Butera collection, this includes neutral, single color prints seen through geometric designs. The wallcoverings are crafted with grasscloth.

The collection includes five colorways and eight designs that can be mixed and matched for a minimum order of 30 yards.

Inspired by Barclay’s far-flung international travels, the Moroccan pattern comes in an array of colors. Estate is inspired by the 17th century French formal gardens. Meanwhile, Realm is reminiscent of silk tapestry from the Orient.

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MDC’s Barclay Butera collection

MDC’s Barclay Butera collection

MDC’s Barclay Butera collection

MDC’s Barclay Butera collection

MDC’s Barclay Butera collection

MDC’s Barclay Butera collection

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