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News 30/05/2012

The Contemporary Restyled Collection

The launch of the ‘Contemporary Restyled’ collection expands & revitalises Cole & Son’s most popular prints.

Lovers of Cole & Son’s Contemporary Collections can look forward to a fresh take on iconic designs with the launch of Contemporary Restyled in June. The eagerly awaited collection will celebrate a selection of patterns that are the heart and soul of the British wallpaper company with new colours, scales and reworked designs. 

 Cole & Son has breathed new life into popular designs from the brand’s extensive history, including the beloved Woods, Cow Parsley, Orchid, Hicks Hexagon, Palm Leaves and Flamingos. 

 Woods features golden pears hanging amongst the branches and the scale of Hicks Hexagon has been altered to produce an exciting new design. New colourways of the original prints will offer a wider selection to perfectly complement various interior settings. 

 Cole & Son Creative Director Shauna Dennison comments, “The prints in the new collection have been carefully selected - we wanted to be able to provide our clients with an update on some of their most loved designs. These prints embody the glamorous 50s and 60s in which they were originally created but by adding different colours, changing the printing technique or enhancing with a new element, we are able to create a more modern feel. 

 ‘‘This period was often referred to as the Golden Age of Couture and the assemblage of flamingos, orchid blooms, palm fronds and bold geometrics in Contemporary Restyled still retains the essence of the era while remaining at the forefront of the relevant trends and styles of today.’’ 

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