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Kravet Couture introduces Bohème II, its second collection with interior designer Linherr Hollingsworth. This gorgeous collection of fabric, trim and wallcovering picks up where Hollingsworth left off with her first lifestyle collection Bohème I. Deeply rooted in classicism with a soulful vibe, Bohème II shares a similar foundation with a strong focus on art and architecture, expressed with a freer hand. Wonderfully luxe and modern, this collection is relaxed and especially relevant for today’s interiors.
Hollingsworth has further developed the Bohème story by offering more depth and pattern play between the two collections. “We wanted each to stand on its own, but also to really speak to each other and work together.” says Hollingsworth. “Bohème II continues to highlight my love of art, architecture, and my innate belief that as designers, it is our responsibility to always keep pushing the boundaries of pattern and texture.”
Patterns in this collection are layered and tribal with a natural richness that evokes an authentic and effortless vibe. Signature motifs from the first collection are reimagined in a fresh way, paired with the introduction of new designs to usher the collection into a new age.
Not one to shy away from bold scale, Hollingsworth also presents a complementary offering of striking wallcoverings in this collection.
Rounding out this beautiful collection, Bohème II includes a selection of trims, often used for detailing upholstery throughout her interiors.
Bohème II presents freshly colored ground cloths paired with the rich, organic neutrals Hollingsworth is known for. Many color stories are inspired by Hollingsworth’s travels, such as the mountainous cathedrals of Wyoming or the sweeping sand blown plains of the Mojave Desert. Hollingsworth has captured the world she holds sacred, in palettes of ebony and ivory, indigo and canyon, hazel and honey, and mesa and pumice, weaving them seamlessly through this new lifestyle collection.
“Whether it’s an organic dry chunky woven, novelty burnished metal, or a more sophisticated, soft and subtle architectural body cloth, we were careful to make sure every texture had a unique purpose and could work across multiple colorways,” says Hollingsworth. “This allowed each pattern to be shown in multiple offerings whether the vibe was meant to be simple and clean or more layered and mixed.”
Linherr Hollingsworth Bohème II