In Singapore's blistering summer, there's nothing like adding a dash of coolness indoors with shades like blue, grey and white.
Goodrich Gallery plunges straight into summer with its new collection of home furnishings. Think light blues and grey, soft lavender, pure white and only the slightest hint of black; this season it's about beating the heat with colour combinations that have a cooling effect on your eyes. For upholsteries, there is "Breakfast at Tiffany's" that look radiant in floral, feminine prints. "Pergo Laminate" introduces a new collection that adds a natural look to your flooring while the "Orient Express" range gives your wall a softness like never before. And finally, there is "Kodari" collection of carpets for that ultimate cosy feeling under your feet.
Brink & Campman are well known for their hand-knotted carpets made from 100% pure new wool. And their new collection of rugs flaunts that high quality and luxurious feel with striking patterns in black and white among other interesting combinations. The Kodari collection is one such concept, which is designed in 16 different versions with a total of 29 refernces.
In a season that symbolizes the brightest shades of red, yellow and orange; something softer and more delicate is a nice way to freshen thins at home...
Featured by Affluent magazine Aug/Sep 2012
Photo by Goodrich Carpet
Goodrich Global provides the perfect finishing touch to every interior. It offers an extensive collection of interior wallcoverings, carpets, fabrics and floorings to create a completely personalized furnished ambience. Goodrich believes in ensuring that every dream design comes to life. Above all else, Goodrich is driven by the vision that every living space is an expression of a unique cover story.
Goodrich boasts a strong presence in over 30 regional offices and galleries located in 8 countries including Singapore (Headquarters), China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and United Arab Emirates. Goodrich is well placed to meet all your interior furnishing needs, globally.