Featuring a blend of signature stripes in varying scales, this elegant new collection is perfect for those wanting to bring a New England-style charm to their interiors. There are five classic colourways to choose from, all of which combine subtle neutral tones with bolder accent colours for a relaxed yet contemporary look. From nautical blues and whites to soft greens and rosy shades of raspberry, the Portland collection is sure to bring a restful holiday vibe to any space
“You don’t have to live in New England to bring a sense of this classic American style to your home. The calming blues and crisp whites found in the Riviera, Aqua & Mineral colourways (pictured above) can be easily combined to create a soothing decor scheme that is synonymous with this laid-back style. The Nautical colourway (below) with its patriotic red, white and blue colour palette will leave you dreaming of far-off shores. Simply pair with natural materials such as jute, rope and driftwood to complete the coastal look” comments Debbie Leigh, Design Manager at ILIV.
The new Portland collection is skilfully woven using 100% BCI cotton yarns to create a sustainable yet durable fabric collection that is suitable for drapery, upholstery and accessories. Customers can choose from a beautiful range of timeless heritage colours and simple fabric designs to create perfectly coordinated pared-back interior schemes. Prices start from just £43 per metre making Portland the ideal textile choice for style, longevity and value.
“Many of us long to create a peaceful space to relax and unwind after a busy day – the simplicity of the new Portland collection is sure to help us do just that. Whether you’re wanting to create a holiday feeling at home or bring a touch of comfort to a beach house or glamping pod, it is beautifully versatile. When designing your New England scheme, keep in mind the uncluttered look of this comfortable easy-breezy style. Rustic furniture pieces, wood panelling and simple soft furnishings will all complement this look perfectly” comments Debbie.