Geometric Designs for Skopos

Playful compositions of triangles, squares, circles and diamonds come together in elegant formations to create the new Skopos Oslo collection. Together with a horizontal organic stripe, the designs are a mix of neat graphic outlines and softer, natural forms, tuning into the ongoing trend for geometrics in interiors. Colours are a mix of muted cool Nordic tones and playful brights.

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As with all of the Skopos print collections, Oslo is available on over 14 base-cloths, including bedding, drape and upholstery qualities, a mix of velvets, linen-look and waterproof fabrics and with the new addition of an exquisite blackout velvet drape, there is a solution for all contract environments. All meeting the FR requirements for contract interiors, Oslo print provides a perfect solution for Hospitality and Leisure soft furnishings. Alongside Oslo, Skopos are also introducing a new wide width, wool-look fabric, called Farne. A simple textural washable plain, Farne is available for bedding, drape and cushions for a neat statement within contract interiors.

With almost 50 years’ specialist experience, Skopos provide high-quality flame retardant fabrics and soft furnishings to the contract market.

Defining the signature styles of many flagship hotels and cruise-liners, Skopos are dedicated to design, service and best performance. Skopo’s full service or fabric only option provides choice for our customers, with expertise in design, make-up (curtains, cushions and bedding), fitting and installation. Skopo’s Bespoke design and colour matching service provide the opportunity to create unique solutions. Samples of both Oslo and Farne are available immediately.

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About Jess Mockler

Jess is the Marketing and Membership Executive at BCFA and Design Insider. She has a passion for design, marketing and events with a history of working closely with designers in the interior sector after finishing University in Event Management.
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