Explore Alhambra´s latest sheer collection and discover a fantastic world of prints that will bring to your home all the purity, balance and serenity of the Far East. Its refined design and exquisite quality will certainly captivate all lovers of interior design.
Inspiration comes from our designers’ fascination with the ancient Japanese hand-dyeing technique called Shibori. The main feature of this technique is the degree of unpredictability that it involves, as the patterns are hardly outlined by the craftsman, letting chance create the design, resulting in original prints, always with unique details. Many Eastern masters have long believed that these random forms give them insight into the subtle order that governs the universe.
This season, Alhambra has captured the essence and beauty of Shibori, reinterpreting this textile technique in its new sheer collection. ADIRE offers an incredible range of digital prints, of exceptional quality, that faithfully reproduce the genuine and stunning ombre fading effect of this handicraft technique. Captured on a sensational soft and natural hand touch linen, thus achieving a harmonious effect of elegance, calm and serenity.
The collection is enhanced by a delicate and gentle colour palette of modern neutral tones, brilliantly combined to convey an inspiring and invigorating atmosphere. The range of colours include: caramel, light chocolate, ice coffee and lilac grey. The collection is highlighted with soft accents such as aquamarine, rose gold and pale plum hues.
Add a unique style to your home with ADIRE, a versatile, balanced, elegant, natural and absolutely in vogue sheers collection, where you will find a design for every current trend of interior decoration.
The fabrics included in the collection evoke the ancient Shibori techniques and bring this incredible spirit to your home through high quality and exclusive printed patterns designed by our creative team.
The Arashi technique consists of dyeing pleated fabric, wrapped on a pole. Once unfolded, a random composition of lines appear across the fabric, which evoke the exhilarating feeling of heavy rain, gracefully translated into our sheer as a purifying shower of light.
In the case of Itajime, the fabric is carefully folded before dyeing, so when stretched out a geometric pattern with whimsical shapes is revealed, like flashes of light emanating from a diamond´s facet, which will fill your home with brightness and sophistication.
Kumo technique consists of carefully pleating the fabric following a repeated pattern before dyeing in order to get reticular shapes that evoke the artistry of wild nature, enabling you to bring the freshness of natural world to your home.
And finally Mokume, where the craftsman hand-stitches definite parallel lines across the fabric’s width, in order to spread the dye through the thread. Only the most experienced artisans master this technique, composing subtle veined and enchanting gradients that will exquisitely fill your home with magic.