Instyle has released new fabrics in its Feel and Tonic upholstery ranges that feature fresh new colours inspired by a mid-century aesthetic.
November 6th, 2015
Reflecting both the innocence and self-assured mood of the mid twentieth century, Instyle has expanded its Feel range to feature ten new colours showcasing sophisticated pastels while maintaining the beautiful wool and alpaca marle felt feeling the range is suitably named after.
Juxtaposing this, the inspired by nature Tonic range, from the LIFE Textiles collection, has been designed to reflect a naturalistic mineral rich earth. Multi-colour refined pebble texture is channeled through the 13 new colour options, which include soft pastels and key saturated contemporary colours.
Also updated is Catalina, a classic from the Instyle Contemporary Leathers range. Over twenty new colours have been introduced to offer a more complete colour palette in the corrected grain leather, making for a fresh and modern collection. Including a range of soft neutrals, traditional hues and rich saturated tones, the new Catalina options reflect the understated elegance and timeless leather.
The new key colour choices from Instyle have been specifically designed to complement both the existing ranges on offer, and the contemporary interior. The new colours can be coordinated with a range of interior schemes for both commercial and residential projects.
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