J+J/ Invision are setting the stage bringing a new range of finishes with their Drama Collection.
May 24th, 2013
The new range is a collaborative form of fine art utilising modern colour and design; giving an awe-inspiring appeal to any space. The combination of patterning and softer backgrounds is designed to bridge the gap between a variety of end uses.
Starring in this collection, are three stellar designs:
Marquee – a geometric modular coordinate
Curtain Call – a large scale modular pattern
Cameo – a chic grid broadloom coordinate
The collection brings together a blend of multiple colours and pile heights creating depth and texture. Simultaneously, the ombre background displays a soft contrast of light and dark.
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