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.

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