Newmor – Naturally Inspiring

Drawing inspiration from nature these latest two collections from Newmor provide a contrast which is sure to delight.

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True to its name, Ashlar Block captures the beauty and texture of finely cut masonry. Available in 9 colours, the collection brings a new depth in urban sophistication through its clever use of texture,  natural hues and metallic highlights.  The large scale block design provides the perfect industrial look which continues to be a popular trend in both commercial and residential interiors.

Suzanne Edwards, Design Manager at Newmor explains ‘it is the purity of stone and the precision with which the blocks are cut that define the Ashlar look.  Our team at Newmor has achieved this through carefully mixing print effects with a finely textured emboss, all crafted and printed in our own manufacturing facility in Welshpool’.

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The large scale design works well for any size of wall, its sleek design captures the natural stone finish and the introduction of metallic copper and old-gold adds a layer of refinement not seen in urban interiors.

Elegant and understated, Fenn provides a timeless addition to any well-designed scheme. Inspired by grass-cloth, this intricate collection of 12 colourways uses Newmor’s unique embossing capability to create detailed vertical threads.  The fine textured strands are married with layers  of subtle colour to create a charming collection that is both delicate and structured.

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Getting the texture and colour combination right was key explains Suzanne, ‘we began by developing a palette of highly usable natural shades.  Subtle cross colouring added depth to the colour options, for example we mixed shades of tinted greys with heathery purples. Fenn captivates the best of the trend for natural textures and colours seen everywhere at the moment. As a collection it works as well in either a contemporary or classical scheme’.

The palette contains innocent shades of greys, off whites and blues, used in innovative ways which give interior designers the freedom to experiment with texture.

 

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Alys' experience as a furniture designer, along with her in-depth marketing knowledge, makes her uniquely placed to work with the BCFA as the Editor of Design Insider and run her marketing business, Method Communications.
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