Highland Court Redefines Luxury at Kenneth McDonald.

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From its subtle sheen to soft hand, silk is the epitome of opulent luxury. This season, Highland Court from Duralee revisits this habitually traditional fabric with a fresh eye Silk Traditions, a3-color book set of undated silks and silk blends. A true collaboration between old and new. the fabrics of Silk Traditions are traditionally-inspired, yet styled for current, chic interiors. Classic stripes and delicate embroideries mix with dramatic tile motifs and a floral watercolor design for a comprehensive collection that utilizes new techniques – such as digital printing on silk – while also keeping true to the classic woven.

The colors of the Silk Traditions collection range from sophisticated neutrals to the statement brights, all of which are showcased in three distinct color families. The Adriatic color book features on-trend shade of green in a peridot and avocado, while also focusing on the classic shades of blue in the chambray and a light seafoam. Gardenia packs a punch of color with the lighter shades of pink ranging from flamingo to raspberry, and adds a touch of elegance with darker, jewel tones from ruby red to rich garnet. The more neutral tones of the Sandstone color book include s a natural palette of colors ranging from snow white and vanilla ivory to richer shades of oyster gray and golden bronze

From sumptuous upholstery to elegant drapery, the fabrics of Silk Traditions are the perfect combination of glamour and effortless style.

| Original content and images via Kenneth McDonald Designs at
The Stonemill Design Center |

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