Embellished textures: Harlequin Studio’s Palmetto collection

Introducing Palmetto, a collection of prints, weaves and wallcoverings from Harlequin Studio. The collection was designed by Harlequin Studio’s Becky Brown.

The collection includes six prints presented on a mix of silks and natural linens, many of which have been embellished with textured threads, foiling and metallics. These have depictions of etched blooms such as proteas, butterflies, dragonflies and ostrich feathers.

Several of these motifs follow through into the range of eight wallcoverings, which is augmented by a metallic texture, a crane in flight offset against stylized clouds, leaves, feathers and a linear trail.

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Palmetto’s prints are also complemented by three weaves, accented with shine and shimmer and Belvedere Velvets, a range of three velvets. There are also two books of plains, one 100-percent silk, the other silk-effect. These were colored by the Harlequin Studio to harmonize with Palmetto and Belvedere.

The collection’s color combinations include: graphite and almond; ink and chartreuse; seaglass and willow; jute and slate; coral and mint; heather and linen; linden and emerald; amber and graphite.

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