telio fall 2012 fabric collection

Last week I attended a showing of the Telio Fall 2012 fabric collection at DWA Interior Furnishings. Wowie! Lots of lovely eye candy in every kind of texture, pattern and style imaginable. Telio is a large fabric house representing several lines. You’ll find an array of modern to traditional, from countries like Spain, France and beyond, in silks, linens, velvets and sheer metallics, not to mention price points to suit almost every comfort level. Here is a peak at some of my favourites.

SAHCO – Naturals Collection

RUBELLI – vintage velvets with a heathered look and oh so soft to the touch.

NOBILIS – fresh colour with a linear embroidered detail on linen from the Swing & Smart collection.

JIM THOMPSON – large scale pattern with a bold and fun mix of colour (top) and co-ordinating embroidered dotted stripe (shown with floral, bottom).

PEPE PENALVER – modern global feel with muted colours, textures and patterns from the Out of Africa collection.

SONIA RYKIEL – bold colour combinations and graphic patterns oozes confidence and creates a statement in any room.

I loved this quote from Julien Hakoun during the presentation:

“The most important thing to me, are the feelings, the sensation you get from the fabric.”

Fabrics are not only about covering, draping or serving a purpose. They evoke emotion and can be a captivating element in the space if carefully chosen. Telio manages to accomplish all of these details with this fall’s collection. Simply gorgeous.

See something you like? Let me know, or designers please contact your local Telio representative to see these fabulous fabrics first hand.

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