A name to reckon with internationally, Clarke & Clarke launched a new collection of textiles, Sakura, available at Maishaa. Inspired by the Japanese cherry blossom season, Sakura is a delightfully evocative collection.
The Sakura Collection
Cherry blossoms and bamboo motifs rendered in a painterly effect on matt and shiny fabrics add depth and tone to the Sakura collection. The enchanting watercolour characteristics allow the designs to make a statement. These nature motifs teamed with smart geometrics and simple dots, make it a versatile collection.
The Sakura collection is available in natural shades of pebble and ivory, silver and charcoal. These colours combined with monochromatic shades of teal and denim from the same collection add drama and pops of brightness to any space. The polyester and cotton blended fabrics are ideal for curtains and cushions.
Clarke & Clarke has a dedicated strategy of bringing high-quality fabrics and wallpapers to customers at affordable prices. Customers have embraced this philosophy and Clarke & Clarke is now present in more than 75 countries around the world, which are serviced from their UK headquarters in Haslingden, Lancashire.
About Clarke & Clarke
Internationally recognised, Clarke & Clarke designer fabrics and wall coverings are one of the leaders in the world of home fashion. Based in England, their style ranges from classic to contemporary fabric and wallpaper. To facilitate your decorating, many patterns coordinate with each other.
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