The high-end Italian fabric-maker presented its new collection this week at Paris Déco Off, held alongside the Paris edition of the Maison & Objet interior design trade fair.

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The Missoni Home “Anemones” collection is inspired by the flower of the same name.

With Rosita Missoni at the helm of Missoni Home, it’s no surprise to see her love of colour channelled in these vibrant new fabrics.

One of six fabric collections presented, “Oriental Garden” is based on a pattern from a silk cape, known as “Saturno”, designed by Missoni in 1971. Missoni Home reclaimed the pattern for its 2016 textile collection, with bold flowering branches blooming in different designs, including a macro print on cotton with a checkerboard of matte and shine finishes, and micro embroidery on satin fabric. Two sets of shades are available, with turquoise, amethyst, slate and onyx on a sandy coloured background, or coral, rosewood and shades of amethyst and sage on a turquoise background.

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“Anemones Dream” is one of six new fabric collections from Missoni Home.

“Anemone” is a flagship line this season for Missoni. Inspired by the flower of the same name, it juxtaposes large and small flowers in shades of blue and green against black and white blooms. Black and white appear again in the “Anemones Dream” fabric, alongside touches of pink, yellow and purple. 

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Rainbow designs are a hallmark of Missoni Home, and they’re back in the “Fireworks” line.

“Fireworks” uses a rainbow design—a hallmark of the Missoni brand, along with the zigzag. The bright colours are set against a black and white background.

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“Oriental Garden” is based on a print from a 1971 Missoni silk cape.

The “Tropical Fish” line of outdoor fabrics puts colourful fish in a lively print, while “Floral Galaxy” captures a flower-filled English garden.