Our diverse collections within the Zepel catalogue each have their own unique character and style.
Wide width, patterned, textured and a triple weave to boot! What’s not to like about this solution driven drapery collection. Eclipse offers a very usable selection of light blocking designs that not only shield and protect from the harsh UV rays but also look great in all areas of the home. Triple weave fabrics are not only great for keeping heat out but they are fantastic for sound absorption and hold great insulation properties for those colder climate applications, this can in turn greatly reduce heating and cooling expenses. The Eclipse collection truly is stylish, great value for money and made to last.View Collection
Soft, cuddly, cosy! Richwool is a collection of chenilles that complement the current interior design trend of ‘cocooning’; interiors designed for comfort and refuge while the outside world seems chaotic and unpredictable. Richwool’s designs are warm and inviting yet high performance and built on FibreGuard’s stain-resistant technology. They will provide maximum comfort in a host of practical applications.
The Overland Collection is a ‘mix and match’ designer’s library of geometric jacquard patterns that are woven in a range of soft neutrals and subdued, earthy colours. Designs from this collection are transitional across design genres and truly display a timeless appeal. Build on this pattern story to offer a sense of restful retreat, where subtle pattern and highly textured constructions blend together to create a tactile oasis within the home.
The Grandland collection is a selection of three continuous, wide width drapery designs. The gentle palette places emphasis on the organic pattern and textures in this range, inspired by nature’s best! From this collection the Lassen design features a graphic, distressed ‘urban style’ texture with a heavenly, soft drape and eye-catching matt, metallic and semi-sheen yarn construction.
Textural, sophisticated and edgy! The Luxuria collection has a highly decorative appeal featuring foil printed designs in both solid and sheer weaves, drawing inspiration from the Japanese ‘wabi-sabi’ concept of perfection through the imperfect. This inspiring collection emphasises the contrast between metallic, origami-style shapes and neutral, restrained colours that will elevate contemporary interior spaces while not overpowering them.
The Striata collection provides a distinct charisma that conjures a traditional sensibility within the home, this classic, decorative drapery collection features three ornate and iconic designs with a versatile and contemporary colour palette. Enjoy the patternplay opportunities and sense of everyday luxury that this collection is sure to inspire in your curated interior scheme.
The vibrant and optimistic colours featured in this collection range from warm sepia tones reminiscent of the 70’s, to high saturation jewel hues that are currently in high demand. All designs within the Tropico range are printed on a thick, durable pure cotton base-cloth, suitable for multi-purpose use and applications.
European quality combines with tenacious and transitional style to bring you Quilvet the ultimate quilted velvet collection. Sumptuous, swish and super soft, the Quilvet collection draws on these features of velvet and emphasises them with a luxe three dimensional quilted surface - available in a choice of three stitched designs. Rich in a pliant palette of on-trend colour options, the Quilvet collection also boasts Commercial grade durability along with FibreGuard Stain Free Technology, making this range ideal for a multitude of spaces and schemes.
The Delegate collection is a fresh take on the classic mid-century modern aesthetic where form, function and style go hand in hand. Delegate is made up of two luminous textured designs, the Nominee with its elegant and exciting, mottled multi-yarn construction and the Agent being the more demure design of the two producing an illustrious yet measured appearance. To maximize the look, think the featherston chair, shaggy rugs and sunburst mirrors to really pull off this sophisticated and unapologetic scheme.
An emblematic Parisian garden, Bagatelle was called “folie” because of the bet launched by Marie-Antoinette: to design a castle and its garden in less than a hundred days. This magical place, a paradise of exotic essences and English roses, leaves its mark on a luxurious wall collection. The textile is made up of hundreds of threads, combining the mattness of linen with the shine of viscose. On this rich mixture, deep hues bloom and restore the changing reflections of Bagatelle on the walls.
A collection evocative of Apollinaire's “Cortège d'Orphée”, in which the poet associates an animal portrait with an image. A precious collection, ORPHEE gives life to wonderful drawings and lets the magic of a plant and animal world emerge. Subtly applied to matte inks, metallic finishes illuminate the collection's graphics, bringing relief to the pattern and revealing the finesse of its contours. A luminous collection, of great chromatic richness, which immerses us in the depths of oceans and forests.
Casamance invites you to enter the Flores collection as one would enter nature. The gaze is first to the distance and responds to the call of adventure of a lush jungle. The landscapes are reflected in the fabrics, in contrasts of raw and precious materials, in mattness and shine, in the elegance of the lines of a feline or a plant world. Then he becomes attached to the small details, to the bursts of nature. Richness is everywhere: in colors ranging from golden brown to deep blue, in the diversity of embroidery stitches, sometimes enhanced with an iridescent thread. The fabrics are made with reference to a piece of jewelry, a piece of rock, a natural stone. A collection in the image of the island of Flores: wild, refined and as precious as a rough diamond.
When the observation of nature inspires sumptuous effects of texture. Casamance interprets essences and plant prints in a collection of jacquards and velvets intended for the seat. A sensory collection, between shine and dullness, composed of interlacing fibers and mixed colors.