Characterised by state-of-the-art weaving technology, refined materials and multidimensional colours, Tailor Made explores the concept of fine-tailoring applied to interiors. In doing so, the collection translates the particular sensation of well-being that comes from wearing tailored garments into spaces.
Stanet & Ease
Reflecting this, the curtains and rugs comprising the collection are ‘worn’ by interiors. Surprising and intricate, they consistently unveil fresh haptic and visual traits, as well as providing illuminating insights into the essence of the environments they inhabit.
Like tailored attire, the textiles in the collection act as a medium for selfexpression. For instance, with the curtain Clique, press buttons in metallic hues are transformed into tools for sculpting shape and drape, according to individual taste.
Intriguing new interpretations of classic motifs associated with tailoring are a defining feature of Tailor Made. The collection forms a meticulous language from archetypal patterns in weaves and materials, such as herringbone, polka dot, argyle and pinstripe, as well as boucl., cord and tweed.
Moyo, Cascade, Peek & Clique
In addition, Tailor Made offers a scale of sensuous structures and surfaces, which reference fine-tailoring. Ranging from transparent and airy to natural and dense, these engage in a lively dialogue with vivid effect yarns and special finishes.
Further building on the concept of Tailor Made, all the curtains in the collection gain a strong sculptural aspect when draped. They play with perception and highlight materiality: pattern fuses with structure; form is shaped by surface; colours unite into shades.
Cord, Loox, Cosmix, Coater, Vintage & Spooler
Toyo II, Cross By, Big Weave, Regent, Hemp & Stanet
The colour concept for Tailor Made infuses the collection with exceptional versatility as it draws on mixed tones and refined palettes to unfold subtle gradations and fresh notes.
This evocative, nuanced approach to colour ensures the Tailor Made rugs and curtains can be combined in many ways while seamlessly adapting to typical architectural surfaces and materials. Notably wood, stone and metal.