In our new blog post, we are going to talk about a concept linked to textile products and home decoration. We are talking about Patchwork style, the art of combining textiles to design unique pieces.
We talk about a current decorative style whose origin is not a long time ago. This technique consists in the creation of fabrics and upholstery using pieces of other textiles with other colors and designs. The result is a textile decorative set, always eye-catching.
We could define patchwork as a sort of mosaic full of colours in which creativity and inspiration play a relevant role. In fact, the iconic Arlecchino (Joker) was designed with different types of textile rests.
After this milestone, the technique has been acquiring over the years a cultural sense that is being applied in different decorative textile elements.
Patchwork style, the art of combining textiles to design unique pieces
A decorative textile style very original, of high singularity, that supplies freedom to design expressivity with the objective of creating unique and cosy rooms. Moreover, it counts with one advantage: there aren’t two identical designs.
The ideal point is to use this technique in a delicate way, without too much ornament, each piece is designed following a different style contributing a huge personality. In reference to design, the possibilities are illimited. Because colors and forms allow a huge range of options.
Daring is an important nuance, because this decorative style can, a priori, make thinking that it is not one option. But we always have to give a chance to textile pieces that can surprise in some home rooms.
In Manatex we are conscious of the current market assessments and because of this fact we work to create textiles that fulfil this sort of criteria of trend.
In this sense, we would like to highlight our textile Waterloo, it is the definition of patchwork in textile. In this case, using an only color rangem but combined with different designs at the same time in an only textile. Because of this fact, it is ideal to design new proposals with textiles able to catch the eye.
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