Matthew Williamson Deya Fabrics collection for Osborne & Little is named after the village in the hills of the Balearic island of Mallorca near where the international designer has a home and spends several months of the year. An interesting set of designs with a colour palette features that features the distinctive and classic colourways for which Matthew has become known including turquoise, cerise, coral, peacock, jade and mint as well as calm neutrals such as ivory, silver and smoke. The surroundings of Mallorca have inspired embroidered and printed fabrics which are decidedly Mediterranean in mood and colouring. With standout designs like Selva which is an all-over embroidery pattern featuring the exotic foliage of a sunlit semi-tropical corner of a Mediterranean garden, and La Fuente where ornamental fountains and flower-filled vases bedecked with richly detailed pineapple and peacock feather motifs. Embroidery on contrasting cotton satin ground. The Dragonera fabric design explores the dragonfly again, but this time shimmering darting dragonflies are embroidered in jewel-coloured yarns on a contrasting linen ground to great effect. Formentera explores a flock of butterflies that fades delicately into the background of this printed semi-sheer linen which is wide-width and washable. I mean he even makes a repeating pineapple motif almost appealing, so it goes without saying this collection has style. Whatever your style choose from these fabrics to create some Matthew Williamson Curtains for your living space and home interior, and consider our quality made to measure curtain services from our very own in-house workroom.