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The New Cantari Collection demonstrates a modern twist on classical damasks, as well as introducing high quality, hand drawn illustrations which reference archived artworks.
This collection is representative of a time honoured style akin to the Arts and Crafts Movement, taking inspiration from nature with delicately drawn florals, exacting detail, yet introducing striking, bold colours.
“Our individual designs have drawn on such a wealth of inspiration, from the variety of geometric shapes, their relationship to each other and their perspective, which has created stunning, bold and memorable wallpapers for a wide variety of interiors.” – Matt Hayes, Design Studio & Product Manager at Muraspec, the parent company of the Fardis brand.
The New Geometrics ‘Geo’ Collection demonstrates that geometrics are a timeless constant that move in and out of vogue on a regular basis, meaning they are always ‘in style’.
The glamourous new ‘Deco’ Collection has taken its inspiration from the Art Deco movement that first appeared in France early in the 20th Century. Abbreviated from Arts Décoratifs, the styling is associated with luxury, glamour and exuberance.
The sleeker form of Art Deco that appeared in the 1930s, called Streamline Moderne, was synonymous with curving forms and smooth, polished surfaces. This collection embodies those influences into a contemporary style with bold colours that reflect the essence of the fine craftsmanship and rich materials that Art Deco embodied.
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