We are so excited to bring in a grouping of Tilton Fenwick’s newest fabric collection, their second collaboration with Duralee. Tilton Fenwick is a boutique interior design firm that brings a fresh perspective to traditional aesthetics. Principal designers Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham embrace unexpected uses of colour and pattern in all of their interior and product design.
In 2014 the duo released their first fabric collection with Duralee, and it was a hit! In 2018, Tilton Fenwick was nominated to Elle Decor’s A List: “100+ of the Best Interior Designers in the World.” In the same year, they launched their second collection of textiles for Robert Allen Duralee Group. They are known for their use of eclectic florals in design and textiles.
What are your picks for the most iconic patterns from the collection?
Anne: “Soldo (DE42674). We are known for our use of florals in our interiors as well as textiles. When we had the concept to add a snake to a floral this pattern became my favorite in the collection with this unique twist.” -Via Duralee
Anne and Suysel got much of their inspiration from a trip to Portugal. They drew inspiration from the countries distinct architecture, textiles, ceramics and the people. They mention having a meal at a tiny spot called Botaquim da Mouraria. They loved it so much the chef became their inspiration for the Florebela Pattern. Find more about their travels and many more of Duralee’s designers @ Duralee designers
Shop the rest of the new Tilton Fenwick with us today! @ Tilton Fenwick NYC Fabric