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New! Natural Wonders and Chic Classics
Burch reimagines botanical imagery and harkens haute couture.
The Newest Finds from the Crypton Sourcebook
In this installment of the Crypton Sourcebook, contract designers will find two refreshing new lines of Crypton fabrics. One celebrates nature and biophilia while creating a look that is both contemporary and stylish. The other takes inspiration from fashion. Specifically, from the fine fashions of France.
The Burch Design Studio has launched Canopy and Rivulet, contemporary botanical silhouettes rendered in artistic detail, as well as Chateau, Fleur and Parlor which reinterpret familiar patterns from the annals of French fashion. Both are imbued with state-of-the-art Crypton performance technology for stain resistance and durability.
New Canopy + Rivulet
Canopy and Rivulet are not your grandmother’s botanicals. Minimalistic illustrations reflect the graceful fluidity of the natural world, while an exquisite color palette uses contrast and varying tones to amplify the organic aesthetic. Aided by Crypton’s permanent soil and stain protection, Canopy and Rivulet deliver upscale style and superior performance that will flourish and look fresh for years to come.
Canopy’s abstract and whimsical dotted leaf is a breath of fresh air. Twelve enlightened shades make up the palette of this collection. Contract designers can order swatch samples of any or all.
A floral stripped down to its purest form, Rivulet cuts a striking silhouette. In fact, a quick glance may suggest something not floral at al, but rather gently marbled, a topographical outline or some other of nature’s moving configurations. Rivulet comes alive in a palette of thirteen nature-centric and coastal-inspired hues.
New Chateau, Fleur + Parlour
The Burch Design Studio has also introduced Chateau, Fleur, and Parlour. This chic trio of fabrics reinterprets classic patterns for modern interiors. They lend a new sense of sophistication and elegance without being pretentious. Their collective color palette focuses on elevated neutrals and soft, soothing shades, further enhancing the collection’s upscale yet approachable vibe.
Chateau Enlivens Damask
With the recent passing of fashion icon Jane Birkin, the world was reminded of what effortless elegance really looks like. This idea translates beautifully to interiors, particularly hospitality spaces where the design intention is connote both luxury and comfort, and seating that exudes at once a finely tailored integrity and a curl-up casual sensibility.
Chateau is an elegant damask with soft edges, in a pattern that not of floral or leafy origins, but that rather suggests inspirations from flamestitch or ikat, and yet is neither. This textile has its own unique aesthetic, where a storied French pedigree leaps into a bold future.
Fleur Adds Some Je Ne Sais Quoi to a Legendary Emblem
You have to look pretty closely at Fleur to see its wellspring, the legendary fleur de lis symbol, used here in an understated all-over interlock rather than in its traditional emblematic role. Fleur’s sophisticated charm lies in its subtlety, revealing hints of its delicate pattern at every angle. Fleur comes in thirteen beautifully soft-spoken shades.
Burch Brings the Panache of Plaid to Parlour
Parlour is a chic interpretation of a plaid with clean, classic lines. This pattern is offered in a palette of ten handsome shades with a casual menswear influence.
Burch x Crypton Collaboration
These two venerable brands have a long history of collaborations bringing exceptional textiles to market for contract designers. Both brands have robust design studios and the result shows. The Burch in-house design team strives to develop innovative products to meet the ever changing demands of the contract design industry, whether it be the latest color trends or providing solutions for the latest technical challenges. Crypton’s flagship contract fabric with barrier technology is the first and only EPA-listed disinfectable fabric and all Crypton fabrics are 100% PFAS free and Greenguard Gold certified. The entire Burch offering is inventoried in multiple warehouses throughout North America, allowing for exceptional delivery times.
A new fabric, Chessie, from Crypton and United Fabrics, offers designers a cool mix of nostalgia and sustainability in one smashing checkerboard weave.
Two new collections of commercial interior upholstery fabrics from Burch celebrate nature and fashion with a contemporary panache.