With the same joie de vivre and panache as it's signature silk printed scarves, Hermes has made it's first foray into fabrics and wall coverings. Since 1937, the storied French house that began as a saddlery has garnered a loyal following for among other things, multi-screened many-hued silk scarves. The same painstakingly involved artistic process of hand-printing comes into play in their newly launched fabrics and wall coverings. Capturing familiar sportif aspects through equestrian and nautical motifs as well as tropical and exotic themes, the highly detailed novelty patterns are great for those that want to add a sense of fun and beauty in their home. Available through Dedar showrooms around the country, the captivating collection will cure even the most severe case of wanderlust.
Bibliotheque shows a library's worth of equestrian books
The chunky links of the Chain D'Ancre bracelet are translated onto a surface pattern of wallpaper with chains that come from a bot anchor line called Circuit 24.
Another great chain pattern with curved chains in the Circuit 24 fabric
Fils D'Argent fabric takes its loopy interlocking chain pattern from horses bridals
Up and Down wallpaper is an alternating thick and thin strip playing with the H motif
A parade of elephants march across Beloved India fabric that captures the exuberant colors of the country
Rows of cotton striped saddle girths line a railing in Les Sangles wallpaper
Toucans and Parrots mingle with other exotic wildlife in Equateur, a wallpaper
With a blue background