Introducing our first axminster collection in our new palette, Serenity.
The Biedermeier movement took hold of central Europe in the first half of the 19th century, initiated by the Congress of Vienna, marking the end of the Napoleonic Wars and refers to the style of literature, visual arts and interior design which subsequently flourished. As a result of the period of peace and stability through the region, and increasing
urbanization and industrialization a middle class emerged, creating a new, and much more domestically-focused audience for the arts. This collection is inspired by this halcyon period for arts and interiors; with rich colour and pattern reflecting a new found confidence and sense of identity for the emerging bourgeoise.
This Axminster Collection is woven in 4 meter width. The designs are presented here showcasing our Serenity palette but they are part of our Ready To Weave offer which allows you to select either of our 2 other standard colour banks, and rework the designs, creating a semi-bespoke flexibility, with the convenience of being typically 4-6 weeks to despatch, subject to quantity.
View the full collection, or download the brochure here.
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