industry insider | Jun 12, 2015 |
Schumacher and Veere Grenney collaborate on collection
Boh staff
By Staff

Schumacher’s latest fabric collection is a collaboration with London interior designer Veere Grenney, who is most notable for his elegant yet comfortable interiors. Woven in English mills and hand-blocked, the collection illustrates Veere’s belief that every room should be an expression of beauty, harmony, comfort and proportion.

Veere Grenney

As Schumacher Creative Director Dara Caponigro shares with EAL, “I've been a fan of Veere's even before I published his work at Veranda (I believe I was the first American magazine editor to feature his work). I spied his apartment in Australian Vogue Living in 2009 and used it as inspiration for my own house. The man is a genius. He knows when to pull out the stops and when to show restraint. And he is an absolute gentleman; I jumped at the chance to bring his collection to Schumacher. I'm such a fan of his designs and working with him is a dream.”

Designs from the collection include Berrydown and Burley

Previously only available directly through Veere Grenney in the U.K., the fabrics are now available at Schumacher showrooms.

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