With fall's arrival comes many new design introductions, including the brand new Tilton Fenwick furniture debut for Target. Available online at Target.com, the designs are based on Anne and Suysel's favorite upholstery silhouettes, which they usually create custom for their interior design projects. I covered these movers and shakers in 2010, early in their busy careers, and it was such fun to learn they were naming one of their print designs after me, when they launched their youthful fabric collection for Duralee. Merging their new traditional aesthetic and love of color and pattern, the focused upholstery collection features 5 limited edition fabric designs recolored exclusively for Target. The design duo has had a productive summer, having just been featured in the New York Times Home Section, where they shopped for practical and stylish storage baskets. Here is a look at their femme designs, now available with an approachable point of entry.
To show how the prints work together, they created a living room and bedroom in their young fresh style
When I spoke with the New York-based design partners about their latest collection, they shared, "We wanted to create furniture styles that stayed true to our “New Traditional” aesthetic, one based on tradition but updated for today. Within set parameters, we played with details, like the whimsical wave-like backs of the Skirted Chair and the curved lines of the Cocktail Ottoman. Traditional details like upholstered skirts, shirring, and box-pleating can be seen on many of the pieces. The five patterned fabrics found in the collection are limited edition textiles based off of our Duralee line in exclusive colorways only found on certain upholstery styles through Target. The fabrics have also been manufactured differently to meet that incredibly affordable Target price point. We paired these five exclusive prints with pieces available in a variety of solid linens and velvets. The wide variety of mixing and matching possible in the collection offers Target customers the ability to make beautiful "New Traditional" styled rooms all their own." Given the accessible prices and elevated style, their furniture designs covered in brightly patterned charming prints are sure to give rooms an added dose of chic.
My favorite piece from the collection, the Tilton Fenwick Settee, covered in Sissy in Purple
So nice I had to show it twice, The Settee in Zulla in Emerald
Few pieces are as easy to place as a small slipper chair. Their Nail Button Camel Back Chair has subtle nailhead trim and nice curve to the back
For those that prefer a skirt, this tailored option, the Skirted Chair, would work well at a dressing table
Available in a variety of solid velvets, the Tilton Fenwick Tufted Skirted Chair can be eality tucked into the corner of a bedroom or used in pairs
The gals love a tufted ottoman, and this addition includes a tailored skirt and nice silhouette. TheTilton Fenwick Skirted Ottoman in their Jax Blue print
One of the larger categories is headboards. Tilton Fenwick apply various prints and patterns to their upholstery for clients, so it is no wonder this signature trait made its way to their Target collab. Pairing a solid with a print, the Nail Button Border Headboard in Zulla in Emerald has a custom look without the custom price tag
A softly sloping curve in theTilton Fenwick Tufted Arched Headboard is a classic moment
If you prefer a bit more detail, theTilton Fenwick Shirred Border Headboard with cut corner details has a bit more visual interest
The headboards are also available with upholstered foot rails as seen in the Tilton Fenwick Shirred Border Bed done in Cecilia Pink