VOYAGE DECOR

The playful palette of colours and free, illustrative style from 'Voyage' create exuberant interior Design schemes and fresh, fun co-ordinates.  

This is an accessible range of soft furnishings for many applications, with the advantage of co-ordinating fabrics and wallpapers, cushions and some great furniture options. 

'Voyage' is presented at a great price point, and for those clients wishing to match patterns between curtains, walls and upholstery, Voyage has so much to offer. 

Come and leaf through the collections at our showroom at Cammas Hall Farm after a browse on-line at www.voyagedecoration.com

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Focus On: Christian Lacquoix

Designers Guild have launched their latest Christian Lacquoix collection, offering an array of new unique fabrics and wall coverings.  

The tropical trend continues to feature heavily in the interiors industry and with it's bold signature Lacquoix style, it's impossibly easy to inject personality into your home using this colour filled collection.  From the geometric linear patterns to striking floral and tropical bird designs, there is design suited to a whole variety of spaces.   

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Statement Ceilings

Forget the walls and floors this year.  2018 is all about the ceiling.

Painted, papered, adorned, stencilled.  We're not talking Artex.  

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We have some AMAZING textured papers to offer at Jo Frances which can inject some serious wow! factor into your room.  

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You can play as safe as you like with the walls and flooring, but we urge you to take the plunge and go bold with your ceiling!  

Go on.  Contact Jo and get some new ideas!

AN OPEN UMBRELLA IS JUST A CLOSED BEAUTIFUL SKY

Bag yourself some umbrella envy with this beauty from Jo Frances Ltd.  It's fun and elegant and sure to turn heads on rainy days.  

We're all beginning to feel the need of that Spring spruce-up, an update of our home interiors and totally desperate for some sun through our windows.  To cheer you up on today's rainy day, check out this great video of umbrella fashions from the 50's.  Truly charming.

Not too chintzy chintz

If you haven't been acquainted with the chintz movement of times gone by, let us introduce you to an old friend;

chintz:  tʃɪn(t)s/
  1. printed multicoloured cotton fabric with a glazed finish, used for curtains and upholstery.
    Origin - Early 17th century (as chints, plural of chint, denoting a stained or painted calico cloth imported from India): from Hindi chīṃṭ ‘spattering, stain’.
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20 years ago, when IKEA made Scandi living accessible, chintz took a step to one side.  Once the epitome of elegance, with frills and fancy pelmets; like all fashions, it had it's time.  

But like all fashions, it's back!

And it can sit quite happily within your home too.  So the following furnishings may not denote true chintz examples but the point is that the luxury floral still VERY much has it's place within the home interior.  Examples here are by Lelievre, DG and O&L.

We're quite simply in love with the new O&L collection which you can view on www.osborneandlittle.com and order through us at Jo Frances Ltd

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