South Pacific Fabrics is an Australian, family-owned and operated wholesaler of world-class textiles, wall coverings, trimmings, furniture, lighting and accessories. Representing internationally renowned brands, South Pacific provide an extensive range to service architects, designers, decorators and manufactures within the retail and commercial markets. And this week, Greenfield & Hunter decided to showcase a few of the brands supplied through South Pacific Fabrics.
Being one of the most iconic design-houses, Hermès has never ceased to impress within the fashion industry. And now, within the interior-design industry. Their offerings are both wide and luxurious.
Many of the patterns explored within their wallpaper collection and reminiscent of their scarves. Inspiration was drawn from cherished themes within the designers portfolio: horse, travel and fantasy. They ultimately revolve around three families, the illustrative, the graphic and the plains and semi-plains.
The Jean-Paul Gaultier collection for Lelièvre plays with 'evolving creativity and signature codes'. His vision of nature is seen to be alternative, inverted, oxidised but extremely pure. Haute couture and interior design has come together for this range, with the transformation of designer into interior decorations.
As part of the Voyages Voyages collection, Gaultier explores the idea of 'patterns from the other side of the world or the garden, Voyages Voyages is a collection that brings together, sometimes matches, always intertwines, parts of lives and dreams'. Fabrics aren't the only feature of Gaultier for Lelièvre, with wallpapers also being a key staple to his interior portfolio.
Renowned for their surreal and provocative textiles and wallpapers, Timorous Beasties, was founded in Glasgow in 1990 by Alistair McAuley and Paul Simmons. All design work continues to take place at the Glasgow Studio, where they handprint many of their fabrics and wallpaper collections. Their experimental approach and investment in new equipment and technology has allowed them to expand into other product areas including lace, jacquards, lighting, rugs and ceramics.
The unique composition and graphics, in particular heavily illustrated insects, plants, birds and other animals, used make Timorous Beasties versatile and appropriate for both residential and commercial settings.
For more information on the Hermès, Jean-Paul Gaultier or Timorous Beasties collections as part of our South Pacific Fabrics range, contact our showroom today.