In partnership with Perennials
Perennials by Rose Tarlow is the second collaboration between the LA-based interior designer and the high-end American textile authority. Featuring eight upholstery textiles and four flatwoven rug designs made of 100% solution dyed acrylic and suitable for indoor and outdoor use, the collection nods to Tarlow’s elegant approach to interiors with a sophisticated aesthetic expression.
The new family of textiles is a study in subdued colour and warmth, with graceful geometries forming elegant patterns in shades referencing the English countryside. ‘I like something in a room that has a little eccentricity and personality,’ explains Tarlow, whose collection is imagined to enrich welcoming seating in a patio, a garden nest or an elegant living room corner.
Perennials by Rose Tarlow: textile designs
Each design is an evocative and modern interpretation of the English garden, the collection including bolder patterns as well as muted tonal options. All patterns in the collection are imagined as the players of a sophisticated mix-and-match game that adds warmth and quiet luxury to a space.
While the graphic Garden Row textile is a delicate plaid design in six shades, Huckleberry Trellis is a minimalist interpretation of popular ikat motifs, its delicate striped pattern subtly changing with each of the five available colours. Playful and bold, Willow Way offers an opportunity for pattern and decoration in the home, with a gingham-like motif achieved through delicate dashes on a contrasting background, and options ranging from classic neutrals to the vivid shades of Chartreuse and Blue Spruce.
Imagined for indoor upholstery, drapery and accessories, Tarlow’s new textured jacquards include Bramblewood, whose dynamic abstract pattern in a delicate palette offers an eccentric accent to a space and Stepping Stones, defined by a striped ikat check design elevated by the four countryside-inspired colour choices. A contemporary take on antique embroidery, Hedge Hunt combines tactile and playful geometric elements on a textured surface.
Also part of the collection is Foxglove Lane, a check pattern made of 100% SDA yarns finely woven to simulate a vintage raw silk, while among the collection’s more textured offering, Rock Wall is a linen-like fabric in 12 colours, with a choice of tonal and contrasting options.
Additionally, Tarlow’s striped textile from her 2012 debut with Perennials, Tatton Stripes, returns in 9 additional colourways, expanding the bestseller’s offering with new tones including Saffron, Beeswax and Matcha.
New rugs by Rose Tarlow
Tarlow was inspired by her watercolour paintings when creating the four flatwoven rug designs for the new Perennials collection.
Each painterly design is defined by a timeless visual quality, from the organic geometries of A-Mazed, inspired by classic topiary designs, to the new interpretation of striped motifs of the In The Weeds design. On the cusp of decoration and quiet minimalism, Tyger! Tyger! is a literal yet subdued interpretation of the feline’s silhouette, essentially presented on the design as an emblem of power and grace. Meanwhile, Meandering Lines nods to the gentle flow of nature with a subtle design in Bluestone and Shell that brings together a room with a harmonious gesture.
‘For over a decade, it has been a joy to work with Rose Tarlow on various Perennials and Sutherland collections,’ comments Ann Sutherland, Founder and Chief Creative Director of Perennials. ‘Rose’s soft sophistication is everything Perennials embodies as a brand. Great design that is both enduring and comfortable.’
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Rosa Bertoli was born in Udine, Italy, and now lives in London. Since 2014, she has been the Design Editor of Wallpaper*, where she oversees design content for the print and online editions, as well as special editorial projects. Through her role at Wallpaper*, she has written extensively about all areas of design. Rosa has been speaker and moderator for various design talks and conferences including London Craft Week, Maison & Objet, The Italian Cultural Institute (London), Clippings, Zaha Hadid Design, Kartell and Frieze Art Fair. Rosa has been on judging panels for the Chart Architecture Award, the Dutch Design Awards and the DesignGuild Marks. She has written for numerous English and Italian language publications, and worked as a content and communication consultant for fashion and design brands.
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