03 Dec FRIDAY FILES – Boyac Staff Favourites For 2021
As the year draws to a close, the BOYAC team have selected their favourite textile for 2021.
Boyac Principal, Susanna de Vienne
Favourite textile: Antoine d’Albiousse King Arthur
“I love this natural linen available in 2 colours: natural & blanc. I love the chunky weave and delicate feel the stone washing technique creates. King Arthur can also be embossed to give the linen more depth. Suitable for curtains and upholstery ” Susanna de Vienne.
Boyac Director, Eléonore de Vienne.
Favourite wallpaper: Thibaut Shang Extra Fine Sisal
“I have chosen Shang Extra Fine Sisal grasscloth. I love the earthy aesthetic of this product. It is so simple and brings such warmth to any room. Perfect to add depth to any space.”
Boyac Brisbane, Anastasia.
Favourite textile: Metaphores Eden.
“I chose Eden for its design versatility, intricate weave and great colour range. The fascinating pattern allows each designer to create something unique. It looks incredible on a bench seat or curved sofa.”
Boyac Sydney, Katie.
Favourite textile: Colony Marly
“My absolute favourite textile is Colony Marly. This mouquette weave velvet is elegant, refined yet very modern. It looks fabulous on armchairs, or even scatter cushions on a crisp white sofa. Also available with matching wallpaper for a powder room or study”.
Boyac Brisbane, India.
Favourite textile: Creation Baumann Cascade.
“I chose Cascade from Creation Baumann for its unique textured look, elegant colour options and high quality. I can see this working equally well to soften an industrial space, or support a natural look in a softer style home.”
Boyac Melbourne, Bronte.
Favourite textile: de Le Cuona Muse.
“My favourite product from De Le Cuona would have to be Muse. It is such a sophisticated and versatile product. It provides the perfect amount of sheerness for curtaining. It looks calm and relaxing whilst looking clean and refined.It comes in 4 neutral colours and is wide width so it can be used for any project. Colours are carefully twisted to create a beautiful effect. Specialized leno weaving techniques are used, interlacing the delicate linen yarns into a beautiful mesh-like form”.
Boyac Melbourne, Luke.
Favourite textile: Barbara Osorio Masai.
“I picked Masai as it’s a pattern that sums up the style of Barbara Osorio for me.The right amount of personality in the pattern makes it extremely versatile for upholstery, and I love the feel of the fabric”.