Enchanting Color from Robert Allen

Introducing the new Robert Allens fabric collections:

Dwell StudioModern Bohemian:

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” A worldly convergence of intrepid pattern, gutsy color, and decadent texture, all infused with DwellStudio’s distinctive mid-century modern style. The collaboration between Robert Allen and the indelible New York design house celebrates the fearless explorer whose passion for authentic experiences, unforgettable objects and folkloric traditions takes her the world over. Patterns riff on archival documents that have been carefully collected over time. They reference lush Jacobean florals, scrolling ironwork, animal skins, toile and billowing clouds. DwellStudio’s iconic geometrics, in scales large and small, serve as an anchor. Warm and cool tones, like bronze and graphite, persimmon and peacock, run throughout the collection. Motifs are meant to be layered with abandon, resulting in DwellStudio’s signature pattern-on-pattern look that arises organically like the effortlessly stylish homes of the well-traveled.”

Shop the Dwell Studio collection.


Enchanting Color Collection:

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“A new collection inspired by the moody, ephemeral hues of a moonlit forest as it transitions from autumn to winter. Anchored by the soft, deep hues of Moss, Blush, Blue Pine and Twilight, mimicking the colors found in lichen, seedpods, branches, fallen leaves and other organic material that collect on a forest floor. Nubby bark, slick foliage and glistening pine needles are the inspiration for an exciting range of textured patterns.”

Shop the Enchanting Color collection:  MOSS,    TWILIGHT,    BLUSH,    &   BLUE PINE.


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