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Toulemonde Bochart Spotted @ MDW 2018

Presented its New 2018 Collection

03/05/2018 - Every year, Toulemonde Bochart presents its newest creations at the trade fair. Designers are taking pride of place once again this year, but there is also space in the spotlight fot the studio collections..... it all comes together to offer a broad choice of materials, colours and, especially this year, bold shapes to attract an audience always looking fot something different? colour is the watchword of thel designer collection...
MOBILE by L. SOLER et E. DENTE
Fot this collaboration with Toulemonde Bochart, L.Soler et E.Dente have drawn inspiration very freely from berber carpets, tracing other meridian lines: new ways of looking at colour, oriental knowhow and cosmopolitan shapes.
 
INTRECCIO by E. GALLINA
A p l ay on cont rast between the coloured background and black detail in this weave, to create an impression of relief and feeling of depth. A rhythmic, even hypnotic expression that catches our eye with its playfulness.The INTRECCIO rug straddles primitive design and indigenous tattoo art, bringing a vibrant breath of fresh air to our
interiors, with an ancestral character.
AFRICA by F. BOUREL
The AFRICA rug, evoking boats washed up on the beaches of Gorée, is the creation closest to F.Bourel’s own culture. Inspired by memories of her childhood in Senegal, this carpet explodes with the colours of an Africa enhanced.
 
This sub-collection includes plain and semi-plain rugs and targets lovers of minimalism and pure designs. As essential accessories, these rugs are discreet but, at the same time, use their visual impact to structure the spaces in witch they appear.
This thick, soft rug is just crying out to be touched, comfort and softness to satisfy even the most sensitive feet.
 
MAILLE
The wool-felt laced through a knit-style weave gives this rug a minimalist spirit, authentic look and natural warmth.
 
The LINEA collection focuses on plain and semi-plain rugs, both natural and coloured. The knotted, tufted or woven models cover a wide range of trends, from ethnic to minimalist design.
An eternally modern ethnic design for this hand-knotted rug with crushed velvet. Fibers tinged in a multitude of shades emphasise the geometric layout of this timeless creation.
 
A new loop weave gives these rugs a shimmering and resistant velvet finish, thanks to the use of polyester fiber. The neutral tones mean that they can be easily integrated into all decorative schemes.

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