La Primavera Collection | Mokum

  • La Primavera Collection | Mokum
  • Furniture - May 2019

Utilising Ross Gardam’s beautiful residential Noon Lounge and commercial Tailored Lounges, James Dunlop Textiles presents: La Primavera Collection (Italian for The Spring Collection) by Mokum, inspired by visual optimism; a concept whereby joy is cultivated in the colour, form and function of our visual environment.

Visual optimism is a positive lifestyle movement gaining momentum in both high end fashion and interior design. Infusing inspiration from nature into the interior space is said to improve one’s physical and mental wellbeing. Mokum’s latest release is a celebration of nature and colour with its saturated palette and hand painted flora and fauna.

The Peonia and Papillon textiles and wallpapers set the tone of this collection, embracing feminine form and a romantic colour palette, inspired by fashions present floral fixation. Topiary is a modern take on traditional quilting, using matelassé technology to create a contemporary upholstery which coordinates with our extensively coloured, new Italian plain, Allium. The collection is made complete with four new wide width drapery designs, a stunning subtle ombre print and three beautiful yet functional plain weaves.

“With each collection we seek to expand on our current offer of textiles and wallpapers via pattern, construction and palette. Our goal for the La Primavera collection was to embrace a more feminine design aesthetic via floral motifs, curvaceous form, and decorative colour.”

- Stephanie Moffitt, Mokum Design Director

The collection launch also featured a number of Ross Gardam’s contemporary lighting and furniture products including the Ora DeskPolar Desk Lamp , Noon Mirror and Noon Coffee Tables.

Featured Upholstery:

Noon chair – upholstered in Topiary Peach

Noon sofa – exterior upholstered in Allium Peach, Interior upholstered in Allium Blush

Tailored sofa – exterior in Prato Beaujolais, Interior in Como Bordeaux


La Primavera Collection –
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