Bold Oriental Prints
Add verve to a hallway with a vivacious damask wallpaper. Based on a 19th-century textile, it boosts period palettes to the max…
Offset by a daringly dark backdrop, an updated oriental weave pops with pure colour. Anchor with a Persian rug for full effect.
Get a flavour of the exotic east with a selection of ethnic-print fabrics in a range of jewel-bright shades.
For a hit of Forties glamour, display compelling designs in front of a classic silk textile reimagined as an oversized print.
Pimp up seating with upholstery in an array of patterns. Unusual wallpaper motifs give the parlour-room setting a modern edge.
Team classic and contemporary with a striped fabric based on a Syrian silk and a funky lamp shade inspired by oriental souks.
Revive the passion for paisley with a pattern in blown-up form – echo its swirling shapes on chic citrus window treatments.
A riot of bold popping colour, this extravagant ikat Jacquard offers a fresh take on traditional embroidered textiles.
Give a bathing space some hammam pizzazz with decorative tile detailing. Painted panelling is another nod to luxe oriental style.
Photography ⁄ James Merrell
Styling ⁄ Claudia Bryant
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