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Fabric Trend Report 2020 snippet

Couple of Fabrics Trends for 2020

 

Two Snippets from Camira Fabrics 2020 Trend Report which provides a barometer of

trends for textiles, colours, textures and aesthetics for 2020

 

Following on from the disruptive ethos of Revolution from last year’s Camira annual Trends report.

The coming year’s title and ethos is WHY NOT? The idea is to challenge the norms and encourage

designers and specifiers to explore new ideas, instinct and crash through creative barriers

The Report explores four key themes, each section is as follows: Have Fun, Challenge, Be Brave & Be

One. The idea is to provoke and nurture the creative spirits by breaking some rules These beautiful

images capture a series of stories reflecting the colours in each section. The colours, textures, and

palettes can be used to create striking interiors perfectly in sync with the mood of the moment.

The fabrics designed and manufactured in the UK, the report showcases a range of polyester, wool

and bast fibre fabrics

The Trend Report is researched research by Camira’s Product Development team throughout the year,

collaborating with external trend consultants. The annual report has established a reputation as being

a source of knowledge, insight and expertise for architects, designers and specifiers across the contract

sector. Providing inspiring fabric combinations, palettes and tonal harmonies. Why not… seeks to

stimulate rather than dictate, providing inspiration to create their own approaches and concept

 

01 Having Fun

 

Have fun is about a wonderfully bonkers approach and encourages a timeless attitude to interior

design using dynamic groupings of colour and textural finishes. The essence is to have a child like

disregard of matching and neutral and to grasp almost childlike tones and grouping of colours

Design Insider Camira Trends Notebook

02 Subtle contrast

 

Subtle contrast is a different way of balancing scheme by selecting five dominant accent colours with

softer shades to counterbalance and ground the colours. The neutrals can be earthy pastels of pink,

mauve, aqua & mint rather than the usual greys. Mix textures for feel with herringbone weaves

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This trend incorporates a variety of textile finishes and as well as the duo-tone and textural fabrics,

the Solid colours bring further interest. A smooth felted finish in crimson red (8) draws you in to this

energising hue, while a soft calming verdigris leather (3) offers an inviting neutral that complements

golden yellow (4) and rusty shade (2) to achieve a bold yet inviting space. Link to full Report

Recent fit out for a Manchester rail provider illustrating colours and fabric combinations, Designed and

Fitted Out by Select Interiors. Scope of works extensive  demolition & structural works, electrical, data,

lighting, partitioning, glazed partitions, plastering, kitchens, W.C.s, mechanical, plumbing, joinery,

decoration & graphics

 

 

Select Interiors have been working on the design of a major innovative ‘Nasa’ type

Workspace for the rapidly expanding Miller Vanguard Group in Bury

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We at Select Interiors Manchester know It makes sense to create office environments that not only make

the most efficient use of space but that incorporate a sense of fun and unique bespoke elements to every

scheme

Talk to the experts about how an engaging fit out can improve productivity and well-being to help attract,

motivate & improve staff retention call the Select Interiors design team on 0161 445 40406