Styling The Paradiso Collection

Interior design moodboard with blue and green floral fabric and wallpaper, peacock velvet fabric swatch, blue and green geo fabric swatch and velvet piping trims

Say hello to our new Paradiso Collection! Inspired by the effortlessly sophisticated style of the Italian coastline, this collection of high-dimension textiles is designed to give your space a layered look. We’ve curated embroidery, jacquards, and velvets paired with saturated hues, an elevated geometric botanical, and coordinating piping and threads for an aesthetic of understated luxury. Striking, worldly, and evocative, this is our most indulgent collection yet.

Weave a tale of texture with mood-setting fabric and wallcoverings inspired by the effortlessly sophisticated style of the Italian Riviera. The collection offers fabrics for pattern fanatics as well as solid lovers, while its wallpapers will add a dose of whimsy to any room of your choosing. Those looking for the perfect finishing touch will enjoy shopping our velvet piping and playful trim offerings. Last but not least, don’t forget to explore our new embroidery thread. A designer-level finish is sometimes as subtle as a stitch—so we’ve introduced three new shades to complement this collection of evocative hues.

Wondering how to best style the Paradiso Collection in your own home? We’ve turned to interior designers who share some of their top tips for weaving these new styles into any space.


Go Big or Go Home

“Any time a designer offers a fabric that has a matching wallpaper count me in to use both together for some added extra drama. Block prints are all the rage right now, so we personally are loving the new Annabelle Peacock wallpaper with the matching Annabelle Peacock Fabric for a roman shade, edged at the bottom with the Cadet pom pom trim to add a contrasted hem detail and touch of whimsy.” — Taylor Fusco, founder of Tay Fusco Design

Blue and green tulip wallpaper roll


Make it Moody

“We also are totally eyeing Pepper Home’s new Citron lush velvet for some gorgeous new pinch pleat drapes. Pair them up with the Annabelle Forest wallpaper and align them with a gorgeous deep navy window, base, and crown trim to make the most dramatic yet whimsical folklore pairing. Lately, our clients have been loving the mixing of old with new look, and we feel this gorgeous velvet with its vintage-inspired block print would check all of those boxes.” — Taylor Fusco

Forest green and navy tulip wallpaper roll on a white background



Add Amalfi to the Bed

“I love the look of the Willow Amalfi—the rich textures of this chenille jacquard are welcomed with these watercolors. It’s the perfect fabric for a long bolster pillow on a bed mixed with white bedding or used as a bed runner. It is the perfect statement of chic and cozy design!” — Sallie Lord, founder of Grey Hunt Interiors 

light blue and navy jacquard and woven chenille bolster pillow with light blue fringe on a white background


Brighten Up

Citron velvet is such a design treat. This vibrant color often gets overlooked but can make an amazing statement in a room. It’s perfect to add to most mixes as pillows on a sofa or bed. I love the idea of it being on ottomans or a bench. I am “design crushing” on this color because it mixes so well with magenta, blacks, blues, and so many other colors. — Sallie Lord

Close up of a king bed upholstered in blue green velvet paired with white sheets, blue and green tulip patterned pillows and a citron bolster pillow. next to a wooden sidetable.


Try a Juxtaposition

“I would love to see extra long lumbar pillows in the Annabelle Peacock with the Citron piping. This fabric is neutral, but not boring, making it a perfect fit for so many applications.” — Callie Blanks, founder of Callie Blanks Interiors

Blue and green tulip drop repeat on an xl lumbar pillow on a white background


Design New Drapes

“I’m particularly drawn to the Annabelle Peacock fabric with its blue pattern reminding me of the ocean. I think it is perfect for drapes in either a more eclectic modern space or one that is very coastal in look. The blues and neutral background mix with a variety of upholstery and pillow fabrics that go either more neutral, green, or even a lime-yellow color.” — Amy Youngblood, founder of Amy Youngblood Interiors

Living room with white walls and two blue and green floral curtain panels hanging on a black rod behind a white couch styled with peacock velvet pillows and a citron velvet pillow 


Create a Soothing Bedroom for Guests

“In the perfect Nantucket summer home, the guest bedroom where your closest family and friends stay would be the ideal location to have a beautiful king size headboard upholstered in the Annabelle Peacock. This would lighten up the room, while adding that inviting spring and summer feel. Paired with this, I would use Sea cotton fabric on three throw pillows that sit right on top of the crisp white sheets, because it brings out the light blue bottom of the floral. I would complete the bed by using the Citron velvet on a lumbar pillow that sits in front of the three throw pillows.” — Callie Rippolone, founder of Callie Rippolone Design

Light blue euro sham pillow with chartreuse piping on a white background


Then Move Into the Living Room

“We are currently working on a contemporary living room design for a project in Nantucket. The Willow Amalfi fabric upholstered on a pair of clean-lined swivel chairs floating in the space as you first enter the room provides just the right amount of color, texture, and softness. The velvety texture and balance of the blues brings interest and calm hues simultaneously.” — Casey Sanford, founder of Casey Sanford Interior Design

Close up of light blue and navy velvety jacquard and woven chenille



Bring a Small Space to Life

“If I had a classic Victorian home, the Annabelle Forest wallpaper would grace the entryway creating a warm welcome, but alas, not everyone has the opportunity to live in one of these classic older homes. But everyone has a small space somewhere, and this paper is perfect for a cozy vibe. Whether it’s a mudroom, powder room, or even a small closet this paper is a classic go-to!” — Lori Miller, founder of Lori Girl Creations

Vignette of a room with Green, navy and blue tulip wallpaper styled with a wooden dresser and green round mirror