Digital prints are not only making major headlines on the catwalk these days, they are also turning up everywhere in interior design from curtains, sofas, cushions and carpets to entire walls.
Wallpaper from Orla Kiely
And this spring it's all about mixing it up with an array of colours, patterns and stripes, with retro prints from the 20th Century bang-on trend.
Bemz Artist Series cushion covers in Brown Kvarter, Beige/Orange Stockholm Stripe, Silver Grey Vallsta, Rose Dellen, Jet Black/Pink Stockholm Stripe, Orange Fiskis, Pink Fiskis, Orange Kvarter, and Yellow Fiskis
Digital prints make a strong and original statement, a focal point for a room.
Bemz cover for Karlanda sofa in Hästkastanj by Viola Gråsten
It is the latest advances in digital printing technique that makes it an exciting new foray for textile designers. Todays new techniques offer photorealistic image quality and vibrant colours, meeting today’s tastes for zingy, image-led interiors.
Retro digital print wallpaper. Photo via Emerald Interior Design.
Landscape visuals, big florals, geometric and visual plays, plant life studies – anything is possible with digital print.
From cool blue, grey and black tones to fabulous, frivolous patterns in any number of colours, 2013 is already looking brighter.
Birds fabric design by Strömma, from the Bemz designer collection
Bemz cover for Klippan sofa in Blue Birds by Strömma, from the Bemz Designer Collection
Credits: FESPA Federation of European Screen Printing Associations
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