Pattern repeat and 20 cm waste per drop are taken into account.
Note: the result is indicative, not an exact calculation
The Kharga oasis was an important stop on the ancient trade route that connected various different oases in Egypt. This tour through the Sahara brings every aspect of the desert to life in the Kharga collection, from the dazzling afternoon sun to the star-studded sky at night and from the shapes of the dunes to the fine structure of desert sand. Even the details and materials used in the traditional carpets and robes of nomads are featured. In short, this collection is highly reminiscent of the mysterious desert life.
GobiAs soon as night falls, millions of stars appear in the clear sky of the Gobi Desert, one of the coldest deserts in the world. The comparison with a magnificent starry sky is unmistakable. The contrast of the glittering dots with the deep or soft colours literally elevates this pattern to higher spheres.
BarkhanBarkhan dunes are crescent-shaped dunes created by the wind. This shape forms the inspiration for the detailed design, made in a velvet soft fabric.
BayudaThe ochre sandbanks in the Sudanese Bayuda Desert are dotted with rocks. Here, gold prospectors tried their luck in the shallow mines. The whimsical lines combined with the sparkling gold in this pattern are clear references to their source of inspiration.
AtacamaThis luxurious bouclé fabric contains real alpaca wool. Alpacas live on the high plains of the Andean Mountains, including the Atacama Desert in Chile. This tactile design has a direct link to the traditional costumes of the inhabitants of this region.
TénéréTénéré, an area in the southern Sahara, is known as one of the driest deserts in the world. The dehydrated and cracked desert soil forms the inspiration for this lacquered imitation leather.
MoireBlinding rays of sun on water and desert sand result in wavy, hypnotic designs and create a moiré effect on the glossy fabric. The motifs are completely random, making each wallcovering unique.
ZerzuraThe legend of Zerzura tells the story of a fertile oasis in the desert west of the Nile, of which its existence was never proven. This mythical scene is brought beautifully to life on a velvet background.