In 1991 the first collections of Chivasso were launched, first in the Netherlands to great success and then throughout the world. By 1995 the collection was large enough to show at the Heimtextil in Frankfurt, Germany: receiving rave reviews and appreciation. By 1999, JAB ANSTOETX Group in Germany sought a possible collaboration, and eventually, a year later became the major shareholder. The collaboration has only grown, with Chivasso now a major interior fabrics and wallpaper editor, producing some of the most beautiful collections on offer. Products have become known for their modern, contemporary essence, and versatility; suiting young fun interiors, yet also rich classical settings.
In their latest release, Chivasso have been inspired by the special aesthetics of the Japanese culture. Uniting with ease traditional and modern design influences, this range exudes a palatte of beautiful colours. Extraordinary prints, reminiscent of the much-valued colourful ink paintings of the late 18th century contrast impeccibly with minimalistic, room-high fabrics with a three-dimensional effect, inspired by the traditional art of paper folding. Throughout the collection, the textured upholstery fabric qualities have been developed in the Wabi Sabi style to convey a warm flair.
Within this collection, Ultra Blue features the colour of the sky and the seas. These decoration and upholstery fabrics captivate brilliant blue tones and create an atmosphere of freshness and wideness in every single room. The designs used allow for the colour theme to truly capture a space, and feature an array of boldly textured woven qualities.
Jade Green provides a perfect hue for the relaxed atmosphere clients are looking for. The colour of Zen, is described to support the harmony of body and soul. Supple velvets, leave a decorative impression as a result of their fine lustre. This is one of our favourite colourways, and a beautiful representation of how green can be incorporated in an easy, and beautiful way,
Wabi Sabi House explores the concept of the beauty within the imperfect. Crafted with the idea of decoration or upholstery fabrics, this theme has been reduced to the essential. Creating restrained colours and minimalistic designs, to create an atmosphere uniting naturalness and elegance harmoniously.