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For Immediate Release

Press Release 8-1-11 

June 4, 2010
Press Contact:
Judith Keyserling
202-726-1627
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  Camilla David Textiles to Unveil New “Belle Fleur Collection”

of Home Furnishings Fabrics at ID Collection

Tuesday, June 8, Dallas Design Center, 1025 N Stemmons Freeway, 12 PM Noon

Thursday, June 10, the Decorative Center of Houston, 5120 Woodway, 12 PM Noon

 Designer David Will Also Present CDT Coordinates as Complement to Collection

Washington, DC – Camilla David Textiles will present its “Belle Fleur Collection” for the first time in Texas at the ID Collection’s showrooms in Dallas and Houston where designers will have a chance  to mix and match the 40 stunning, three-dimensional original designs, available in 26 inventive patterns and embroideries and 27 colorways.   

A relative newcomer to the world of textile design, David has captured the imagination and interest of designers across the U.S. with her line of original designs and fabrics, now available to the trade in some of our country’s finest regional showrooms in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Scottsdale, Laguna Niguel (CA), Denver and Washington, DC.

David will present the “Belle Fleur Collection” at private noon luncheons in Houston on Tuesday

June 8 and Dallas on Thursday, June 10, and highlight a myriad of decorating options for those who appreciate the lush, timeless, embroidered floral and geometric designs that have become her trademark.

Perfect for draperies, upholstery, wall coverings and decorative accessories, Camilla David Textiles are the inspirational starting point for a new design scheme or the finishing touch for existing décor, be it contemporary, vintage or eclectic in nature.  Inspired by David’s passion for flowers and all things botanical, and her interest in antique and modern textiles, the fabrics are made in 100% linen and cotton, and produced by hand in India using specialized embroidery and print techniques to ensure that the fabrics are as durable as they are beautiful.

To enhance the depth, range and versatility of the “Belle Fleur Collection” and make the line even more appealing to those interested in decorating entire and multiple rooms, David has also created the “CDT Coordinates Collection” of 88 solid, plaid, striped and sheer all-natural fabrics.  During her presentation, she will introduce the coordinates and show creative pairings that complement her original designs. 

David comes to textile design with a background as a theater director and interior designer.  She developed her passion for flowers growing up in a house of ever-changing arrangements of exquisite roses, tulips, peonies and zinnias.

To learn more about Camilla David Textiles, visit www.camilladavidtextiles.com  or call 301-913-5418.  If you would like images or to set up an interview, please call Judith Keyserling at 202-726-1627.

Camilla David Textiles Design Center Locations
Atlanta, GA:  Travis & Company, Atlanta Decorative Arts Center
Chicago, IL:  John Rosselli & Associates, Merchandise Mart
Dallas, TX:  ID Collection, Dallas Design Center
Denver, CO:  The Shanahan Collection, Denver Design Center
|Houston, TX:   ID Collection, The Decorative Center of Houston
Laguna Niguel, CA:  Blake House Associates, Laguna Design Center
New York, NY:   John Rosselli & Associates, D&D Building
Scottsdale, AZ:   Dean-Warren, Arizona Design Center
Washington, DC:  Lambeth & Company, Washington Design Center


For Immediate Release

April 16, 2010
Press Contact: 
Judith Keyserling
202-726-1627
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Camilla David Textiles to Unveil 88 New Coordinates

and Offer Sneak Preview of “Belle Fleur 2 Collection”

John Rosselli & Associates, Wednesday, May 12, 1-5 PM

 D & DBuilding, 979 Third Avenue, Suite 1800, New York City

Coordinates Complement Original “Belle Fleur Collection” of Home Furnishings Fabrics 

Washington, DC – Camilla David Textiles will present its “CDT Coordinates Collection” of 88 fabrics in New York City for the first time in mid-May at John Rosselli & Associates where interior designers will have a chance to mix and match the new fabrics with the company’s “Belle Fleur Collection” of 40 stunning, three-dimensional original designs, available in 26 inventive patterns and embroideries and 27 colorways.   

 Designer David will unveil the “CDT Coordinates Collection” at an Open House on Wednesday, May 12, from 1-5pm, and highlight a myriad of decorating options for those who appreciate the lush, timeless, embroidered floral and geometric designs that have become her trademark.   She will also give guests a sneak preview of 18 samples of what’s coming in the fall with the debut of her “Belle Fleur 2 Collection” of floral and geometric designs.

 A relative newcomer to the world of textile design, David is fast making a name for herself throughout the United States with her line of original designs and fabrics now available to the trade in some of our country’s finest regional showrooms in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Scottsdale, Laguna Niguel (CA), Denver and Washington, DC.

Perfect for draperies, upholstery, wall coverings and decorative accessories, Camilla David Textiles are the inspirational starting point for a new design scheme or the finishing touch for existing décor, be it contemporary, vintage or eclectic in nature.  The new  88 solid, plaid, striped and sheer CDT Coordinates in all-natural fabrics enhance the depth, range and versatility of the “Belle Fleur Collection” and make the line even more appealing to those interested in decorating entire and multiple rooms.   

David’s passion for flowers and all things botanical, combined with her fondness for antique and modern textiles, inspired her to create the original “Belle Fleur Collection,” which is made in 100% linen and cotton, and produced by hand in India using specialized embroidery and print techniques to ensure that the fabrics are as durable as they are beautiful.   

David comes to textile design with a background as a theater director and interior designer.  She developed her passion for flowers growing up in a house of ever-changing arrangements of exquisite roses, tulips, peonies and zinnias.

John Rosselli & Associates is renowned for its savvy collection of furniture, lighting, upholstery, fabric and wall coverings, and was recently honored by House & Garden magazine for the second consecutive year as one of the Top Ten showrooms in the United States.  

To learn more about Camilla David Textiles, visit www.camilladavidtextiles.com  or call 301-913-5418.  If you would like images or to set up an interview, please call Judith Keyserling at 202-726-1627. 

Camilla David Textiles Design Center Locations

Atlanta, GA:  Travis & Company, Atlanta Decorative Arts Center
Chicago, IL:  John Rosselli & Associates, Merchandise Mart
Dallas, TX:  ID Collection, Dallas Design Center
Denver, CO:  The Shanahan Collection, Denver Design Center
Houston, TX:   ID Collection, The Decorative Center of Houston
Laguna Niguel, CA:  Blake House Associates, Laguna Design Center
New York, NY:   John Rosselli & Associates, D&D Building
Scottsdale, AZ:   Dean-Warren, Arizona Design Center
Washington, DC:  Lambeth & Company, Washington Design Center


For Immediate Release

 

February 23, 2010
Press Contacts
Judith Keyserling
202-726-1627
 
Amanda Sodhi
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301-913-5418
 
 
Camilla David Textiles to Unveil 88 New Coordinates
 
to Complement “Belle Fleur Collection” of Home Furnishings Fabrics
Wednesday, March 10, 2 PM at J. Lambeth & Company, Washington Design Center
 
Washington, DC – Camilla David Textiles’ “Belle Fleur Collection” has had interior designers swooning since its launch last year, and now Washington’s only home furnishings textile designer has expanded her collection to include 88 new coordinates, offering a vast array of decorating options for those who appreciate the lush, timeless, embroidered floral designs that have become the designer’s trademark. 
 
David will unveil the coordinates at J. Lambeth & Company at the WashingtonDesignCenter on Wednesday, March 10 at 2pm, and showcase them alongside the “Belle Fleur Collection” of 40 stunning, intricate, three-dimensional materials available in 26 inventive patterns and embroideries, and in 27 colorways.
 
A relative newcomer to the world of textile design, Camilla David is fast making a name for herself throughout the U.S., with her line of original designs and fabrics now available to the trade in premier regional showrooms in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Scottsdale, Laguna Niguel (CA) and Washington, DC.
 
David’s passion for flowers and all things botanical, combined with her fondness for antique and modern textiles, inspired her to create the “Belle Fleur Collection,” which is produced by hand in India using embroidery and print techniques, and 100% cotton and linen to ensure that the fabrics are as durable as they are beautiful. The new coordinates collection of in solids, plaids, stripes and sheers in linen, cotton and silk broaden the range of the “Belle Fleur Collection.” 
 
Perfect for draperies, upholstery, wall coverings and decorative accessories, Camilla David Textiles can be the inspirational starting point for a new design scheme or the finishing touch for existing décor, be it contemporary, vintage or eclectic in nature. The addition of 88 solid, plaid, striped and sheer coordinates to the “Belle Fleur Collection” will enhance its depth, range and versatility, and make the line even more appealing to those interested in decorating entire and multiple rooms.  
 
David comes to textile design with a background as a theater director and interior designer. She developed her passion for flowers growing up in a house of ever-changing arrangements of exquisite roses, tulips, peonies and zinnias.
 
Established almost 27 years ago and located at 300 D Street SW, J. Lambeth & Company is the largest independent showroom on the East Coast, representing the finest furniture, textile, lighting, cast stone, and custom metal resources available to professional architectural and design communities.  
 
To learn more about Camilla David Textiles and the showrooms where she is represented, visit www.camilladavidtextiles.com, or call 301-913-5418. If you would like images or to set up an interview with Camilla David, call Judith Keyserling at 202-726-1627.

 


For Immediate Release

January 1, 2010
Press Contacts:

Amanda Sodhi
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301-913-5418

Kate Premo
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917-838-5765


Subtle to Show Stopping: the Camilla David Textiles Collection

Though the calendar says winter, spring is just around the corner.  Camilla David Textiles’ Belle Fleur collection is perfect for transitioning into the spring, as it embodies the warmth and beauty of that season.  The Belle Fleur Collection mixes natural materials with a fresh take on print and embroidery techniques, bringing each original design to life and giving this new American designer’s unique images a captivating three-dimensional quality.  

"My passion for flowers and all things botanical, as well as my love for antique and modern textiles, inspired me to create this luxurious and versatile collection," said Camilla David.  "Like cultivating flowers in a garden, I developed each pattern in this collection with careful attention to detail and appreciation for its organic development."

Camilla David’s inaugural collection consists of 40 offerings, 26 innovative designs which are available in combinations of 27 different colorways and embroideries.  These range from vivid shades of rose and aqua to soft taupe and warm terra cotta.  Like a vase of colorful blooms, the tones and patterns create a delightful effect.

"I blend the beauty of flowers with my trademark textured look and distinctive color palette," explained Camilla.  "The collection is produced by hand in India with the utmost precision and care."

"These lush textiles are extremely versatile and durable - they can be the inspirational starting point to help a design scheme blossom, or like a gorgeous bowl of roses, the perfect finishing touch for existing décor," said Camilla.  "Like a garden full of varied and verdant blooms, this collection offers options for one and all."

Ranging from the intricate details of ‘Little Lambs’ to the graphical, oversize blooms of ‘Ballerinas’ to the modern geometric repeat of ‘Stepping Stones,’ these stylish designs enhance any environment and make way for sophisticated and graceful surroundings.  In particular, the show-stopping Belle Fleur Collection offers an alluring depth and range to complement any design scheme.

Each fabric base is all natural 100% Cotton, 100% Linen or a blend of both.  These sustainable materials are suitable for drapery, upholstery, wall-coverings and decorative accessories.

Whether showcased in a city house, country house, beach house or ranch house, Camilla David Textiles remain romantic, fresh and modern.

Camilla David Textiles are available to the trade through select showrooms nationwide, including: John Rosselli & Associates in New York and Chicago; J. Lambeth in Washington, DC; Travis & Company in Atlanta; Dean-Warren in Scottsdale; ID Collection in Dallas and Houston; Blake House Associates in Laguna Niguel, CA.

More information about the collection is available at www.camilladavidtextiles.com.

To set up a personal interview with Camilla David, please contact Amanda Sodhi at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and 301-913-5418.