Fromental, the award-winning, hand painted and hand embroidered wallcoverings atelier has introduced two new designs: Bargello and Fiamma.
The inspiration for the two new designs comes from the traditional craft of flame stitch embroidery. This is where the precise counting of squares is combined with hues of colour to create the pattern.
Leading design practices commissioned both of these designs; “Bargello” by Eric Egan’s Studio in Milan and “Fiamma” by Nicole Salvesen and Mary Graham in their own colourway for the Christie’s January Interior’s Sale 2019 by Salvesen Graham.
Bargello and Fiamma are printed on cartridge paper and are available in a wide-width ten-metre roll.
Eric Egan has Bargello installed in his Milanese studio as part of an exuberant interior aesthetic. The design, taking its name from a series of embroidered chairs found in the Bargello Palace in Florence Italy, pays homage to the art of the flame stitch pattern and features a distinctive band running horizontally throughout.
“Bargello’s “crazy quilt” kaleidoscope of colours, gives a fresh jolt of energy to what could have been a very traditional space”. – Eric Egan.
Fiamma was first created as a custom design for Nicole Salvesen and Mary Graham for the Christie’s January Interiors Sale 2019 by Salvesen Graham. Seen here on the right in the Salvesen Graham colourway the design has been created in 7 exciting colour palettes.
“Working with Fromental on this wallpaper was such an enjoyable experience. We were both amazed at the speed they turned our ideas into reality. The colours are exactly what we were looking for; the perfect balance between bright and colourful and relaxed and elegant.” – Nicole Salvesen & Mary Graham.
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