RR Decor unveils new collection of furnishing fabrics for the Indian market
The brand's latest collection revels in a neutral palette, deftly combined with shades of mint, maroon and beige
Famed for their luxurious hand-woven silk fabrics with original designs rooted in Indian traditions, yet exuding a universal appeal, RR Decor stands apart in the furnishings world. The brand's latest collection is an ode to the beauty of subtlety in colours highlighting the unique design.
There is an unmistakeable richness and depth in subtle and delicate hues. RR Decor’s new collection revels in a neutral palette deftly combined with shades of mint, maroon and beige. The result is an expressive and textural collection of contemporary fabrics where dainty florals and bold geometrics are united through a sophisticated colour palette. Elegance and calmness are some of the emotions the fabrics evoke. The superior quality of textiles lends a certain sheen to the surface, accentuating the sublime colour tones and intricate design patterns.
The decorative weaves are versatile in their application. They are great for curtains and window dressing as well as for upholstery and cushions. Play around with various designs from the collection to create a captivating look. They are sure to take the style quotient of the spaces you design several notches highter.
About RR Décor:
A specialist in the weaving of handloom silks, RR Décor is one of India’s premier textile design companies, with a focus on originality of designs. The brand designs and markets exclusive furnishing and upholstery fabrics for residential and contract interiors.
RR Décor fabrics begin life in the design department, where a team of artists, designers and stylists put their ideas into practice. An essential tool at the creative stage is the company’s in-depth study of ancient fabrics fused with modern-day eccentricities.
Most research into RR Décor fabrics start at least 12 months in advance, with special focus on more innovative trends - which range from contemporary art to extreme experimentation by international design houses, who are instrumental in the design of their collections.