Harlequin Additions launches its second versatile collection: Zenna
Harlequin Additions is a diffusion line within the comprehensive Harlequin portfolio. Exuding class and charm, Additions was conceived in 2016 to fulfil the need for practical yet attractive fabrics at competitive prices.
This second collection, Zenna, comprises five woven jacquard designs in tranquil colourways that convey a sense of serenity and sophistication in the homes they adorn. As its name suggests, the range was inspired by Zen-like textures, and organic patterns and forms. Simplistic and fresh, the versatile fabrics are named after Japanese words linked to tranquillity and organic structures.
Priced from £29/mtr, Zenna is suitable for drapes and accessories.
Chi: a simplified circle design with a raised cotton dot pattern, which gives this fabric a sumptuous, relief effect, embroidered look. It comes in eight colourways: Coast, Pebble, Oyster, Lead, Willow, Silver, Seal and Artichoke.
Kaseki: a new take on a classic polka dot. A small-scale textured spot motif with an elegant mix of matte and shimmering yarns, it is available in three colourways: Blush, Shadow and Artichoke.
Mizu: a design inspired by gently rippling water. It has a soft drape with a slight sheen created by an elegant mix of viscose, linen and polyester. Available in eight colourways: Urchin, Soft Rose, Eggshell, Truffle, Driftwood, Stone, Charcoal and Ecru.
Mizumi: a four-colour, textured stripe, inspired by flowing water. Mizumi is available in five colour combinations: Dove & Pebble, Thistle & Truffle, Driftwood & Shadow, Zest & Lead, Ink & Slate.
Sotomo: is a dappled spray-effect design in an interlocking geometric repeat. The design comes in seven colourways: Ink, Ecru, Dove, Zest, Charcoal, Lead and Seaglass & Shadow.
A chenille plain called Saroma sits alongside the collection and is suitable for both domestic upholstery and drapery. Available in 38 colours, including Driftwood, Thistle, Mulberry and Coast, Saroma can be closely matched to Zenna to create a calm, cohesive look or alternatively, colour clashes can be created to generate highlights and a frisson of excitement within an otherwise neutral palette.
Zenna will be launched in early Summer 2017, after which it will be available via a network of stockists both nationally and internationally.