Tilton Fenwick 2.0 Collection for Duralee Influenced by Patterns of Portugal

Boutique design firm Tilton Fenwick is know for using exuberant color and lively pattern to spice up traditional styles. With their latest collection for Duralee, Tilton Fenwick 2.0, designers Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham drew influence from the flora, fauna, and architecture of Portugal - a country known for its gutsy palette and fanciful patterns.

Tilton Fenwick 2.0 Collection for Duralee Influenced by Patterns of Portugal

"Embracing our unique vision of color combinations and bold patterns, the fabrics were developed to be effortlessly mixed and matched to create wonderful, whimsical and harmonious spaces. Inspired by our travels to Portugal, patterns in the collection may recall the vibrant tile facades from the streets of Lisbon or a feeling conjured by the exotic sounds of fado music."

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