Tea. Patina. Brass. Discover Robert Allen’s luminous new palette. With metallic accents and a soft, luxurious hand, these glamorous designs celebrate the vast range of techniques found in couture garment construction. Beaded embroidery, cut velvets, watercolor prints and more are rendered in patterns that draw from Art Nouveau and Jazz Age textile sources. Dyed, woven and printed to exacting color specifications, this Color Library collection debut will bring glimmer and romance to any room.
Meet the grownup sister to 2016’s Blush. From a saturated tea stain left on a serviette to the bright glow of copper, this evocative new neutral is equal parts organic and luxurious.
Brilliant yet muted, this burnished yellow-gold draws inspiration from the spectrum of naturally-occurring tones found in brass. A beloved metal that can feel classic or trend-forward, brass delivers light-reflecting color.
Recalling the fascinating green-blue that spreads when metals oxidize, this soft, aquatic shade is a natural complement to copper and brass. Patina, like its namesake, offers relaxed sophistication.
Tea / Brass / Patina multi-purpose
This collection of prints, embroideries and wovens includes a series of watercolor designs that exude a fluid, romantic allure enhanced by our shimmering Gilded Color palette. Don’t miss their exclusive prints Midsummer Vine and Tulip Etch, which both hail from The Design Library—the fashion world’s prestigious purveyor of antique documents.
Stop by Design Alliance to see this sumptuous new collection and to check availability and pricing.
Photos courtesy Robert Allen.