Linwood’s New Luxury Collection ‘Cosmos’ Revealed

Linwood has just introduced Cosmos, a new desirable collection of luxurious velvets and weaves with a subtle, understated air. The Linwood team prides itself on the ability to straddle the worlds of creativity and innovation to produce distinctive collections of fabrics and wallpapers that are bursting with fresh ideas while retaining the quality and artistry Linwood is renowned for.

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With a timeless air and versatile appeal, Cosmos is a sumptuous range of fabrics that exude modern luxury. Each design has its own unique character but can be mixed and matched with ease. There are 11 designs within the collection, including calendared semi plain upholstery weaves, foil printed velvets and dreamy silk and cotton blends that drape beautifully for curtains. Linwood’s creative team opted for a refined palette. Ella Richards, Head of Design stated:

“We wanted to create a softer, more feminine collection of weaves and velvets… so we’ve chosen sophisticated greys, pinks, indigo, and silver that offers customers an exquisite choice.”

Therefore, this glamorous collection, made in one of Italy’s most notable mills, will add a delightful element to statement upholstery and curtains.

Designed for curtains, Selene’s swirly abstract pattern with an elegant relief is woven with silk and cotton. The chair is covered in Kari – an abstract branch design that’s created by brushing and fixing the velvet pile.

Chairs covered (left to right): Neptune, animal style print on velvet; Astraea, characterful zig-zag weave; Argo, abstract weave and Orion, a foil printed velvet with a contemporary abstract pattern.

Zeta is a smart geometric that has been cross-dyed to create a two-tone effect.

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Jess is a Marketing & Event professional who joined the BCFA as a Marketing Executive in 2019. Working closely with designers and BCFA members, Jess has published an array of content for the Commercial sector.
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