If you have an eye for fusing eastern culture and modern style together to create unique homeware items this new collection could be exactly what you’ve been waiting for to inject your home with fire and spice.
With an eye to creating a homeware collection that puts a modern twist on the intricate, geometric style of the Persian world.
Inspired by the features on a traditional jewelry box he was gifted by his grandmother, Apparatus creative director Gabriel Hendifar and Le Manach, which was recently returned to its former glory by Frey, came together to bring a fresh take on the middleastern style and design.
Named after the Iranian city, Isfahan, which enjoys a rich history as being the former epicenter for creative collaboration and exchange between the East and West, this collection features an array of interesting shapes and colours perfect for every living room or bedroom.
To help translate the intricacies of eastern style and modern design, Frey and Apparatus have created three different colour variations that incorporate the region’s rich history: Sand, Persian Blue and Persimmon.
Each colour way fabric can be purchased for £173 and used to create any number of textile homeware items from pillowcases, cushions, duvets, curtains and rugs.