Brentano's new Symphonic collection makes textiles sing
Retail Editor 5 -- Home Textiles Today, April 15, 2013
Wheeling, Ill. - Textiles and fabric house Brentano has developed a new collection, dubbed Symphonic, featuring a mix of emerging and eclectic hues with classic color schemes.
Symphonic employs "fashionable combinations of gray and green or periwinkle and mauve," according to the company. Brentano's spring 2013 collection also relies on residential staples like chocolate brown and robin's egg blue but suggests pairing them with a vibrant tangerine to add a current pop of color.
The collection's bold, large-scale, polka dot Bravo comes in 12 colorways spanning everything from classic neutrals to surprising and current saturated combinations. Made of 100% polyester, the upholstery fabric targets hospitality and residential uses.
The abstract Coloratura is inspired by watercolor painting and uses a tapestry construction to feature four yarn colors. It comes in seven colors, including tone-on-tone Electra and the saturated orange and reds of Giovanna.
With its metallic shooting star pattern, embroidered Finale combines a classic polyester taffeta base with a decorative pattern and an array of 11 colorways.
Suede-like, polyester chenille Maestro offers a great hand and comes in an array of nine colors, ranging from the classic ivory of Keyboards and gold of Brass, to the vibrant red of Percussion and tangerine of Virtuoso.
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