| Jun 18, 2015 |
Philip Gorrivan wallcovering line debuts for Holland & Sherry
Boh staff
By Staff

Interior designer Philip Gorrivan’s SoHo Collection for Holland & Sherry spotlights six designs available in 38-plus colorways. Gorrivan's inspiration are varied: Neoclassical motifs hailing from British architecture, London Plane trees in Hyde Park, and the sandy storms of the Middle East, are a few. The Homer, Desert Storm, Roma Key and London Plane patterns are silk-screened on paper while the Fitzrovia and New Cavendish are printed on handwoven grass cloth.

"I absolutely love wall covering and use it in every one of my projects, whether its walls or ceilings, backs of bookcases or the interiors of closets. This collection was inspired by the time I’ve spent living in London over the past two years… from the patterns to the color options, the Soho collection captures parts of the rich experience of living in this exciting and historic city," Gorrivan tells EAL.

New Cavendish and Roma Key

London Plane and Desert Storm

Homer and Fitzrovia

The collection is trade-only and available exclusively through Holland & Sherry’s 18 global showrooms. Gorrivan also has other collections, including Philip Gorrivan Fabrics (which also offers the new London Plane pattern) and Philip Gorrivan Design Rugs, which are also available exclusively at Holland & Sherry. Discover the full collection online.

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