Bursting through summer with bold Spanish-inspired prints.
February 16th, 2009
Leading the way in print collections and home furnishings, Designers Guild offer bold designs that cry out to be noticed.
As the sole distributors for the iconic British design brand, Radford are proud to introduce the Barcelona Print Collection to the Australian market.
The latest range for the 2010 Spring/Summer collection, is the Spanish-inspired print collection ’Barcelona’, which evokes the bold and exuberant style of Gaudi’s hometown.
The patterns, colours and exuberance of Catalonia’s bustling capital city provide the inspiration for this fantastic collection of prints.
Contemporary designs to brighten even a the most dismal setting, the retro styled and brightly coloured prints offer a striking colleciton of stylish and colourful prints in a strong graphic style.
Printed on stout textured cotton cloth and cotton panama weave, the collection os washable at 40ºC and strong enough for loose covers and upholstery as well as curtains, cushions, blinds and bedcovers.
Dynamic and busy, like the city itself, the Barcelona collection is guaranteed to enliven and enrich any interior.
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