The classic fabrics in the Loro Piana Interiors Collection are made using the same exclusive fibres and select materials that already characterise Loro Piana clothing and accessories, all of which are carefully selected in their countries of origin.
Sherpas and Ladak are two typical pure cashmere velours made in shades designed to suit the home and designed to embrace consumers in softness luxury. The colours have been chosen to allow for easy coordination with plain Sherpas and the elegant striped motif of Ladak.
Vicuña, the finest, rarest and most precious fibre in the world brings its characteristic tawny shades to furnishing fabrics that weigh about 540 g.
The finest wools are available in the plain colours of the wool/cashmere Altai and Taragarh, or the wool/angora Panjab, to be coordinated with the textures of Pecora Nera®, tartan patterned cashmere or the warm mélanges of Harris, as well as with the historical Zelander®, whose check pattern has been redesigned for home furnishings.
A particularly wide range of linen fabrics have also been designed for elegant town houses as well as leisure time retreats in the country or at the sea.
Plain (Connemara, Kebir, Tangeri and Clifden) or herringbone (Shannon, Kerry and Dingle), they are characterised by different weights that are perfect for divans, armchairs and bedspreads, and can be easily coordinated with the light and transparent veils (Rêve de Rachele, Mayo and Aran) which make for ideal curtains or other decor.
The cottons include the classic pure cotton fustian Bolgheri, which is available in 18 colours, and the 500 g Panama cotton Gorgona whose special finishing gives it a soft and pleasant hand.
The line is completed by two corduroys available in a single natural écru variation.Kashgar and Khotan are two splendid fabrics in silk: Kashgar is a shimmering shantung available in a rich variety of colours, whereas Khotan is a precious pure silk barré velvet available in 12 different shades.
The collection is further enriched by two select leathers: Nubuck, has a soft sueded look; Bufalo is more structured and has a strong personality.
Both come in a complete range of refined colours.
The colour card of the Loro Piana Interiors classics offers five chromatic themes based on 300 different colours: Zen are natural and écru tones; Absolute, deep browns and greys for more sober and austere interiors; Glamour, fascinating shades ranging from beige/camel to seductive greens; Regal, aristocratic and elegant shades of blue; and Passion, intense and emotional shades of red.Loro Piana can also guarantee the creation of any special colour even for limited orders.
Essence of Blends
Loro Piana's profound knowledge of textiles and its constant commitment to authentic quality has allowed for the combination of the best of noble materials in a completely original style.
The combination of the most refined cashmere and pure yarns of the finest linen highlights the intrinsic characteristics of each fibre: Hamilton's delicate chevron design in six different shades is perfect for upholstered furniture and bedspreads, while the natté weave of Ely's Harbour, available in 10 colour variations, is particularly suited for curtains and decor.
Sandys Parish is pure linen: the delicacy of the fine pastel stripes is underlined by the ethereal white background (320 cm, ideal for curtains); it can be coordinated with the plain shades of Hibiscus Garden, offered in the same composition and weight.
Dockyard and Cape Cod are more informal: coloured stripes on a raw linen background, which team perfectly with the natural shades and plain colours of Triangle, a light linen with a loose weave, once again with a length of 320 cm.More stripes, but this time for structured fabrics suitable for covering upholstered furniture (140 cm).
The linen and cotton Fairyland Creek has narrow stripes on a pale background; the West Indies stripes are broad and sumptuous, designed to be coordinated with the silks, cottons and linens in the collection.
Pure linen Devondale and Millwood have elegant multi-coloured stripes of different weights, presented in eight variations.
The five chromatic themes harmonise with each other. Indigo, energetic blues/violets, fascinating twilights, suitable for the sea; Habanos, embracing umbers and siennas, ideal for the country and perfect in town; Malachite, ethereal sea greens against passionate shades ranging from aubergine to mauves.
Finally, Rosamarina, a range of vivid reds with touches of warm pink, and Mocha, a rich natural palette of browns.
Elegance and Style
"Elegance and Style," a concept that has always been synonymous with Loro Piana.
They embody the essence of a classic masculine style that emphasizes clean lines and bold colour combinations as its raison d'être.
Loro Piana pays tribute to this timeless elegance by reviving and reinterpreting it in a new collection dedicated to interior décor.
With sophisticated irony, Loro Piana lends a new twist to the great classics of the male wardrobe drawing inspiration for sophisticated interiors, a combination of tradition and technology. Prince of Wales checks, pin stripes, and over-checks are enlarged and expanded in new proportions to the sizes and shapes of padded furniture and decorating accessories.
The result is formal but never severe. The clean lines and patterns are beautifully offset by the exceptional softness of the materials used. First of all cashmere, pure or blended with extrafine wools or precious linen, which is characterized by special finishes that bring out its natural softness.
The classic shades in men's fashion – greys, blues, and browns – are blended in vivid patterns accentuated with delicate, warm hues of natural shades to create a colour effect at once warm and elegant.
The cashmere is pure in the two 480g velours, suggested for upholsteries, throws and cushions: Dandy has wide, shaded, almost brushed stripes, while Duke is a Scottish check.
The other fabrics offered by the collection combine the world's best raw materials, carefully selected in their countries of origin, and protagonists of Loro Piana's textile tradition.
Wilton, in cashmere, wool and silk, is offered in two solids and in the chalk-stripe version, Stripe; Hamilton Natté combines cashmere and the purest linen; Regent, a blend cashmere with wool, silk and bamboo, also available in Stripe, is offered in six colours for drapery and bedspreads.
In cashmere and wool are offered: Savile Row, a chalk-stripe and particularly strong fabric, ideal for wall coverings and upholstery for sofas and armchairs, Twice, a Prince of Wales check, double and reversible, with a solid colour on the reverse side, Flannel, coming in four shades of grey, for coverings and armchairs, cushions and drapery or elegant panelling.
Finally, Wales is a linen for coverings and decorative accents, whose solid version in three colours coordinates with the Prince of Wales check.
"Elegance and Style" includes also new generations of fabrics that combine tradition, technology, beauty and performance.
The core is Loro Piana "The Wave"®, two extra fine merino threads twisted with a filament of the world's finest silk. Available in three colour shades, this fabric is particularly suited for drapery and home décor in formal and classic interiors.
Moreover, the collection offers Loro Piana Baby Cashmere® plaids (white ecru, beige Zen, grey Taupe, in single, queen and king size) available also with tone on tone suede border and the classical Plaid Unito, in 15 colours.
"Regal" matches precious fibres such as wool and cashmere, wool felt, linen, silk and cotton with new, innovative weaves and patterns, all perfectly coordinated within the collection as well as with existing Loro Piana Interiors collections that include Classic, Essence of Blends, Elegance and Style.
Embroideries, damasks, solids and faux solids are offered in varying widths (from 140 to 150 cm) and lend themselves to furniture upholstery and interior decoration, while burette (raw silk) is ideal for curtains and drapes.
The colour range includes burnt tones, pastels – from lilac to soft greens – and natural shades; careful matching of these decorative choices allow for ideal combinations in decor.
Solids, stripes and faux solids can be mixed and matched in myriad combinations drawn from the more than 60 articles and 400 variations in the entire collection.
Ginevra (80% wool, 20% viscose) is a super soft wool felt decorated with floral embroidery in viscose thread that highlights the attractive contrast of the two fibers.
It is available in three colour combinations, while its corresponding solid version, Lancelot, is offered in seven colours.
Avalon (78% silk, 22% viscose) was designed using an embroidery technique that results in a delicate botanical foliage pattern.
The viscose thread is tone-on-tone, and the fabric is available in four colours that can be combined with solids from the entire Interiors collection, including the linens, cashmere and velvets.
Byron (71% cotton and 29% linen) is a damask pattern made on a jacquard loom and is available in four colour combinations that coordinate easily with the three solid colorings (Byron Plain) offered in natural shades.
Wales Plain (100% linen) is a solid canvas offered in 12 colours that brings together the palette of the entire collection.
Likewise, like the solid velvet Parsifal (51% cotton, 34% bamboo, 15% viscose) is offered in 10 colours.
The Regal collection also includes Loro Piana Baby Cashmere® blankets in a 1,100 g/m weight, which are available in three colours (ecru white, Zen beige and taupe grey) and three sizes (single, queen and king).
There is also a lighter version available in a750g/m weight (queen size only).
The new collection is rounded out with a quilt and duvet cover in baby cashmere, available in white (single) and taupe (queen), along with solid throws in 100% cashmere available in 14 colours.
The Colonial collection offers 20 colonial inspired atmospheres.
Solids and non-solids feature weaves, textures, interweaves and new embossed designs in natural colours (highlights range from green to red and brown) which can be matched together or with the other Loro Piana Interiors collection (Classics, Essence of Blends, Elegance & Style, Regal).
Tressage, Cottage and Intrigue, are solid (60% linen, 40% wool) which create a foundation for the collection as they are complex and structured 1000 gram-weaves devoted to upholstery and offered in a single, natural colour. Tea Leaf, in pure linen, has a jacquard, ton-sur-ton design base, offered in two natural versions, double-height, making it ideal for curtains.
Brown Sugar (30% wool, 70% linen) is versatile, with vertical stripes on a natté weave and is designed for padded items, curtains and decoration.
The colour offer includes four combinations ranging from green to red and brown. Ilala Palm (25% wool, 75% linen) is designed for Venetian blinds and modern curtains in general, it is a barré with horizontal embossed stripe in wool, with a straw effect.
Same effect for the Panama Hat (20% wool, 80% linen) inspired by the diagonal technique used for famous hats and available solely in ecru for decoration.
Sandy Lane, instead, is a light wool and silk muslin (90% wool, 10% silk) available in two versions for curtains.
Tussah has irregular malfilé weft on wool warp, also for padded items in two versions. Horsehair designs the geometries of Horsehair Check (40% horsehair, 60% linen) and of Horsehair Stripe, striped fabric in the same composition.
Tonga and Safari (64% jute, 22% viscose and 14% cotton) are decoration fabrics: a big chevron and a stylized animalier motif designed for interior decoration.
"Zibaldone" collection unveils an array of wools, alpaca and wool, linen, silk and cotton fabrics and decorations, offered in exclusive combinations that are easy to mix-and-match with all existing and current collections.
Zelander®, a renowned Loro Piana prerogative, obtained from New Zealand merino wool with a sheared aspect, is offered in a classic solid motif, as well as in chevron and check.
Irish linen characterizes the Bangor fabric to "dress" beds, cushions and upholstered pieces with an ultra-soft hand and a palette of 20 colors to choose from.
Newport, a linen gauze with vivid contrast embroidery is ideal for decorations and curtains and is available in three variants.
The Katai silk, for curtains and cushions, features an irregular yarn and is available in 14 different solid colors.
For outdoor life, terraces and conservatories, the Dehors fabric is high-performing, waterproof and climate resistant and available in natté, twill and chevron textures.
For throws and cushions, the Incas fabric, a blend of 75 percent Suri Alpaca and 25 percent wool, is a soft and refined velour in four different colors that set off the extraordinary characteristics of the rarest and finest alpaca thanks to engineering skills and manufacturing techniques that use vegetable thistles during the delicate combing phase.
For upholstery and decorations there are the Ikat fabrics that feature graphic motifs in soft degrading patterns obtained with an antique dyeing tradition that hails from Indonesia, India and Malaysia.
The range also includes Loro Piana Denim Flower®, an extraordinary fabric obtained from prized and certified organic cotton picked in the Valley of San Joaquin, California, considered the finest product available in the U.S.A. This fiber, harvested according to the more rigid biological principles that exclusively employ natural products, is exceptionally unique in terms of length, finesse and resistance.
Only a longstanding textile tradition and the rediscovery of antique manufacturing techniques – the same used for cashmere – have enabled to spin and weave this precious fiber to obtain a compact and resistant fabric with a denim structure. It comes in five color variants, four neutrals and an indigo.
The “Maharaja” collection from Loro Piana Interiors is a fascinating voyage through exquisite wools, crisp, light-weight linens and cottons, and silk velvets. The colours and decorative motifs are inspired by the dwellings of the Maharajas, vibrant spices and precious stones, the exotic aromas and flavours of Indian and Chinese teas and the magic of Morocco. These fabrics are envisioned for a wide variety of use, from drapery to upholstery, wall coverings and decorations.
Altai, in wool and cashmere, comes in a rich palette of colours, while Mogador features an elegant stripe.
Darjeeling and Assam are pure linens, the first striped, the second with a chevron motif.
Kathakali and Gipsy are wool and linen blends featuring a refined diamond pattern.
Nodo D’amore, is a cotton and viscose fabric woven on a jacquard loom using the “fil coupé” technique (literally meaning “cut thread”, this technique creates textured, multi-coloured patterns on both sides).
Arabesque has a linen base and features contrasting embroidery and inserts of velvet decorated to create a majolica effect.
Jaisalmer combines linen with premium Egyptian cotton, which is naturally fine and durable, to create a silky soft fabric.
The upholstery fabrics Jaipur and Shamina are precious silk velvets to mix and match, each available in six colours. Crafted with a special embossing technique which enhances the natural gleam of the silk and lends distinctive iridescent highlights, these are fabrics for textile connoisseurs.
The new "Windrose" collection brings the light, energy and colour of the Mediterranean Sea to the home. It is designed to offer curtains and drapery complete with passementerie, tiebacks, cords, bands and tassels.
Natural fibres take centre stage. Linen is used generously, as are cotton, silks and wools as soft as cashmere. They are carefully worked to enhance their intrinsic qualities: lightness, understated brightness and softness to touch. Even the wise choice of colours evokes southern seascapes with indigo blue and a host of other shades of blue and aquamarine, teamed with neutral tones.
With a linen base, Chelidonio presents contrast cotton embroidery, offered in three colourways: absolute white, kasha and lovat. Various weaves make their way over the surface, one after the other, depicting branches, inflorescences and other elements, creating a sophisticated decoration in their elegantly sinuous design. Linen and cotton also fuse perfectly in Levante, creating an elegant, transparent fabric, offered in three colour ways: absolute white, white and kasha, and embellished with a central embroidered design that accentuates the fabric's movement. Shamal, a soft, light 100% wool muslin, is a fabric made weightless thanks to its subtle yarn, almost a dusting of powder for a touch of elegant light, available in three colourways in white and natural tones. Inherently flame-resistant, it is ideal for business and hospitality. Alizé, on the other hand, a linen and cotton striped fabric, is produced on a jacquard loom. Its vintage look is achieved through the matelassé technique combined with a unique finish. It is offered in two colourways, kasha and malachite, and can also be used to customise cushions.
In 100% linen, Zefiro, only available in white, stands out because of its exquisite extra fine yarn, generally used in the production of the finest quality shirts. The use of linen continues with the Scirocco fabric, offered in two striped variants: white, tone-on-tone, and white and kasha; and with Khamsin, offered in four colours: absolute white, kasha, malachite and indigo; it is produced on a jacquard loom and is perfect for upholstery. Silk takes centre stage in Grecale, together with single colour linen, and in the striped Maestrale, with its elegant, contrasting matt and gloss look.
Metropolis, the new collection of interior design fabrics, enhances the home with a palette of distinctive nuances combined with the finest raw materials in the world. These refined, versatile textile decor solutions are perfect for private homes, offices or public spaces in urban settings, creating inviting looks that are easy to adapt.
Colour takes centre stage: the collection is infused with natural shades and shifting nuances inspired by precious stones and metals, accentuated by the distinctive compositions and textures of the fabrics. Linen and cotton feature prominently, expertly combined with silk and jute to highlight the unique look of each different fibre and their intrinsic properties, such as lightness and durability.
Metropolis presents a selection of new weaves. Mystic River, available in a generous palette of 24 shades, is a delicate blend of linen and the finest Egyptian cotton, a beautifully fluid fabric with a distinctive sheen. Lolita is a lustrous double-faced canneté fabric in silk and viscose ideal for upholstery, presented in a wide range of shades from the purity of white quartz to rusty cherry red, olive-green peridot and purple amethyst. La Dolce Vita and Hermitage are consummate blends of cotton and last generation technical fibres: La Dolce Vita recalls natural silk with added resistance to surface wear and stitching, while Hermitage is a compact, durable herringbone weave fabric. Samsara is a plain-weave jute, linen and cotton: a hard-wearing fabric perfect for country homes or adding a touch of colonial style.
The collection also sees the debut of Loro Piana's very first paper-backed textile for wall coverings. Black Swan, a balanced combination of cotton and artificial fibre, features a decorative motif depicting the tree of life, available in both a subtle light coloured tone on tone version, and in bold, sophisticated gold against a contrasting dark background. Manhattan is 100% Trevira, therefore flame retardant, dyed in four natural shades. Lastly the corduroy finish Celebrity is in solid colour, iridescent linen in three neutral tones.
Completing the collection is Southbury, an organic velour rug made of 100% undyed lama fibre, available in five natural shades, including the exclusive, refined vicuña colourway, designed for more intimate, inviting spaces.
The Plus capsule collection presents the cream of the Loro Piana's textile expertise in four of its most iconic fabrics.
Cashmere Ice, Sherpas Plus, Pecora Nera® Plus and Zelander® Plus express the brand’s passion for superlative natural fibres, the finest cashmere and prized wools, drawing inspiration from the winter season in terms of both look and feel: fabrics designed to lend a warm, cosy glow to urban or mountain homes, for sophisticated upholstery and exclusive soft furnishings.
Cashmere Ice is a light-weight fabric that stands out for its distinctive chromatic effects, a blend of pure, undyed cashmere with an exquisitely soft handfeel, ideal for upholstery, soft furnishings, curtains and drapes.
Sherpas Plus is an openable double-sided mélange fabric of the purest cashmere that is compact yet ultra-soft. The neutral tones of the reverse perfectly complement the brighter shades of the right side, which range from orange, blue and light blue to pastel colours. Suited for upholstery, it is also ideal for covers and throws.
The dye-free sustainable wool Pecora Nera® Plus, with its characteristic warm brown tones, is celebrated in a unique double fabric which presents a lighter shade on the reverse to accentuate the darker colour of the right side. Ideal for upholstery, curtains and covers.
New Zealand wool is the star of Zelander® Plus, an openable, medium weight double fabric that is soft and fluid to the touch. The refined colour combination teams a subtle ivory on the reverse with vibrant pastels and bolder tones like rust and ginger on the right side. These striking colour effects make it perfect for distinctive upholstery and curtains.
“Passepartout” is the first collection from Loro Piana Interiors designed for high level hospitality, be it a suite, club house, boutique or design hotel.
The collection offers almost 100 options: certified fabrics for upholstery and curtains which can all be coordinated, offering an endless range of combinations.
Crafted using the latest generation of technical fibres to guarantee durability, the fabrics in the Passepartout collection also offer the inviting texture and distinctive properties of natural fibres, evoking the matte consistency of fluid linens, the subtle lustre of iridescent silks and the compact touch of cotton.
Colour is skilfully used to lend a dreamy, poetic air: from warm bronzed nuances to delicate watercolour shades. Alongside the solid colour fabrics are printed patterns, mostly tone-on-tone for a discreet, understated effect.
The various lines bear the names of leading resorts, chains and hotels around the world, from the classics - D'Este, Amandari, Delano, Halkin Plain and Stripe - to the new arrivals Amankila, Beau Rivage, Savoy, Sanctuary, Baccarat, Mandalay, Kilili, Recamier and Bristol.