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Travers translates the English country cottage style into urban and rural living in America. With its eclectic mix of patterns, the brand creates traditional textile art with a new and modern twist. Classic woven materials, embroidered linen and elaborate prints form the basis upon which Travers develops its comfortable, inviting style. Pure luxury without affectation.
The collection AMBER PALACE captures the essence of its namesake palace in Rajasthan, India. The emphasis was set on craftsmanship and artisanal Details.
All Travers collection
At Travers we believe that craftsmanship and attention to detail are of the upmost importance and passementerie is a perfect way to take interior decoration to the next level. The scope of materials used in this collection ranges from embroidered beading and raffia to plush cut velvets and a fresh take on boucle.
Romantic escape is the inspiration for the Travers 2018 collection Exotic Journeys. The brilliant colour and dramatic design of far off destinations conveys a rich, alluring lifestyle.
The distinctive voice of American interior decoration has always been the inspiration for the Travers collection. Beautiful silk damasks and velvets, traditional prints and luxurious upholstery fabrics are at the heart of the Travers decorating point of view.
The Travers Collection was inspired by a design trip to India where our designer attended an exhibit on the famous fashion photographer, Norman Parkinson, called “Pink is the Navy Blue of India”.
Equinox | Antalya | Bodrum | Odessa
The Travers collection was inspired by the cultural and diverse experiences; composed in four unique collections: Equinox, Antalya, Bodrum and Odessa (Warners Fabrics).
The Entrada Collection is a journey through time and historical design periods that allows for the “New Traditional” expression. While based on the Travers design esthetic, the “New traditional” is able to be explored and discovered.
Passementerie Collection Place Vendôme
The new Travers trim collection was inspired by a retrospective celebration of the 160-year history of a famed French jeweler at the Grand Palais during a trip to Paris.