This summer, interior and product designer Suzanne Tucker launched a new collection of fabrics called Kismet that celebrates her love of textiles and the special craftsmanship that goes into their creation. From the fabric that inspired the collection, Kismet, a multi-colored elaborately embroidered reinterpretation of a classic Damask pattern, to Latika, a modern floral linen, the new collection is intricately detailed, beautifully colored and the perfect combination of casual luxury. See the new collection below.
Kismet; a new take on the classic damask pattern, updated with lush botanical elements and tonal colors. Available on both a light and dark 100% linen ground. Price upon request.
Left: Kipling; a small geometric chenille weave. Available in 11 colors and suitable for upholstery, drapery and accessories. Price upon request. Right: Scheherazade; a double-width sheer with a subtle open weave horizontal stripe. 100% wool, available in 2 color ways. Price upon request.
Aladdin; a two-tone Belgian linen woven on a dobby loom. 100% linen, available in 8 color ways. Price upon request.
Left: Mandalay Stripe; a classically proportioned stripe in multi-colored yarns with a strié effect. Available in 6 colors. Price upon request. Right: Latika; a floral design rendered in embroidery stitches onto a custom-dyed 100% linen ground. Available in 6 colors. Price upon request.
The Kismet Collection is available on Dering Hall and in 12 showrooms around the country. View the full list of locations here.