Just in… two new collections from RM COCO: Privé First Look and Luxe. Patterns run the gamut from whimsical embroideries, Jacobean floral and tree of life embroideries, and woven ethnic patterns, to trellises, geometrics, swirls and dimensional stripes. All are unique, all have a luxurious hand and all are exclusive to RM COCO.
We fell in love with them and think you will as well!
Privé First Look
Here a just a few of the patterns in Privé First Look.
Tupinamba Swirl is a whimsical embroidery sure to bring a touch of whimsy to room settings everywhere! Color block embroidery in rolling swirls is the hallmark of this pattern.
RM COCO’s exclusive Otomi woven pattern is based on the symbols and patterns from prehistoric roots of Central Mexico’s Tenango-Otomi mountain area. Common motifs are anmals, thought to be bearers of important news, plants native to the Tenango area, abstract designs, people and mythological creatures.
Furocious is an ombré woven animal skin, perfect for pairing to the Otomi pattern. Tampico is the second companion fabric to Otomi and features a touch of metallic to bring a little shimmer to any room.
Ansley Park is understated elegance at its best! It features a graceful Jacobean floral embroidery in tonal neutral combinations that are on trend for today’s home.
Romesco Trellis, a small-scale ogee trellis, is a heavily embroidered pattern that is sure to become a favorite in no time and is a perfect coordinate for so many design projects.
Fringe Benefits, a geometric fil coupe to the face embroidery is destined to become an RM COCO classic. The layout features two solid colored motifs that are hand clipped to give the classic fringe effect to this pattern. Each pattern is over-embroidered with yarn “beadwork” for added interest.
Tradewinds features multi-colored swirls of heavy embroidery in an undulating pattern in three easy-to-use color combinations.
Termiz Ikat, a bold ethnic-style pattern, will set a dramatic tone in every room setting in which it is used. Based on antique ikat woven designs, RM COCO has updated this classic by embroidering the motifs and placing the pattern atop a contemporary herringbone patterned ground cloth.
Nottingham Garden is a traditional Jacobean tree-of-life print motif that has been painstakingly recreated im embroidery – a masterful achievement in craftmanship that is captivating from the first glance!
In Tiberon Stripe, small mosaic-like tiles of embroidery yarns combine to form a transitional take on a vertical chevron stripe. Rich in color and unique in styling, Tiberon Stripe is a modern classic in the making.
The soothing embroidery lines of Swirl-A-Way just makes us happy! Undulating spirals of colored yarns are accented with contrasting “tacking” stitches to make this playful pattern come to life.
Kasbah is a stunning ethnic chenille upholstery pattern bursting with rich vibrant color sure to be a hit with designers everywhere! It’s the perfect room setting pattern.
The bold Tribal Threads pattern is composed of ethnic-styled diamonds with elaborate edging. At first glance the pattern appears to be all embroidered, but it is actually a masterful printing process that mimics embroidery. For the perfect finishing touch the print has been accented with a cord applique for further interest.
Mystic Diamond is a multi-purpose woven featuring a large scale contemporary diamond pattern. It has a subtle shimmer that makes it perfect for so many sophisticated cosmopolitan room settings.
Imagine thousands of small tiles being intricately and painstakingly set to form a beautiful pattern. Now imagine that process being done in embroidery yarns. RM COCO’s Mosaic pattern is just that, only instead of thousands of tiles this lovely fabric features tens of thousands of stitches.
When two opposites combine, the results can be breathtaking. Fantasia is just such an occurance. A menswear influenced wool flannel ground cloth has been over-embroidered with a paisley and floral pattern and is blissful, to say the least.
Hampton Court took the pattern from archival tree-of-life drawings with the multiple colors typically associated with tree-of-life patterns stripped out to let the beauty of the drawing shine through. The beautiful linen ground adds a richness and contemporary flair to the design while the elaborate embroidery takes this traditional pattern to new transitional heights beautifully.
Waterscape Damask captures the inspiration of Monet in a woven fabric. This transitional pattern captures the beauty of this watery depiction in breathtaking style.
Peretti is a embroidered stripe that is like a piece of finely crafted jewelry. Exquisite detail in the dimensional stitchwork makes this small scale pattern take the spotlight. You can’t help but notice it wherever it is used.
Zenith, an elegant updated cheveron pattern, combines flowing lines with graphic geometric elements to create a sophisticated pattern. Zenith is traditional, transitional and contemporary all at the same time.
Come into the Design Alliance showroom today to see and touch these exquisite fabrics and to inquire about pricing and availability.
Photos courtesy RM COCO.