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New Collection: Heavenly Gradients & Transforming Textures vol 2

Desso Hospitality has unveiled its newest carpet collection called Heavenly Gradients & Transforming Textures vol.2.

Desso Hospitality has unveiled its newest carpet collection called Heavenly Gradients & Transforming Textures vol.2. Volume 2 follows up on the very successful volume 1 launched in September, that already has been an inspiration for different hotel brands and cruise lines worldwide.  The new collection, created by Desso designers Sophie Duran and Jonathan Currell, represents Earths constantly changing textures. 

The natural beauty of Earth is transforming constantly, influenced over time by weather and by natural environmental forces.  The Sun and the Moon play their distinct roles in altering our landscape, from sunlight oxidizing metals to vibrant hues, from the Moon’s gravitational affect upon our ocean tides, washing rolling waves upon our ever-changing coastlines.  Towering mountains and flowing rivers shrink, grow and cascade down breathtaking landscapes.  Rich color-drenched environs transition to mellow hues in forested or in barren canyons.  Human forces create changes as well through cultivation of the landscape, excavation of terrain, production of energy resources and the like.  The connection between unpredictable nature and human’s planned cultivation causes constant evolution of our rich landscapes.

“Heavenly Gradients & Transforming Textures - Volume 2”.   Featuring fresh designs and a distinct study of subtle hues, the collection features striking transitions of pattern and texture sure to enliven design possibilities within unique hospitality environments. Click here and visit our Online Design Library to view all the designs of the new collection.

See how are designers were inspired check out our Pinterest page to see nature’s most beautiful transformations.

For more information or to receive a copy of the brochure please click here and contact your local sales representative. To download the digital version of the brochure Heavenly Gradients & Transforming Textures vol. 2 click here.