Carefully selecting your fabrics according to their use is essential.

Choosing a fabric for a sofa or armchair, or “ upholstery” as we say in the interior design industry, is not the same as selecting a fabric for curtains, cushions or a bedspread.

Focusing on these four uses, the Coordonné Team will now help you select the ideal fabric to decorate your home. From now on, take note of the following symbols that we always include on the hangers or sample books.






Coordonné team

On 1st July 2019 we decided to embark on a one-year tour of Europe, wallpapering beautiful and emblematic monuments with our wall coverings. The result is this stunning composition filled with colour.

It has been a creative exercise of the most demanding kind for our Coordonné team, imagining how iconic buildings would look with varied designs from our most recent collections: flowers from Metamorphosis, artisan ikat from Mallorca, herons from Sakura, exotic birds from Core, minimalist geometry from Mies, lions from the 40th Anniversary collection, the faces from Random Archist…

The objective was clear: we wanted to create a surprising visual impact and try to leave our mark on buildings such as La Pedrera in Barcelona, the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Colosseum in Rome, Big Ben in London, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the Erechtheion in Athens, the tower of Pisa, the Sacre Coeur in Paris, the Oceanarium in Lisbon, the Hospital Santa Creu i Sant Pau in Barcelona, ​​the facades of Warmoesstraat in Amsterdam and Xavier Corberó’s house in Barcelona.

It has been so worthwhile to discover the extreme optical effect produced by wallpapers on the walls. It is not just about decorating; it is about integrating wall coverings as one more architectural element.

What would our lives be like without letting our imagination run wild? So prepare yourselves… although the European Tour of wallpapering buildings has now ended, we will soon surprise you with new creative adventures!



Coordonné Team

WordPress › Error

There has been a critical error on your website.

Learn more about debugging in WordPress.