The Geometric patterns collection features abstract lines and colourful geometric shapes on fabric that is suitable for upholstery and curtains.
Among the collection is a double-faced fabric called Andirivieni, which uses contrasting colours to create an abstract representation of maps.
Andirivieni is available in six colour combinations and its "dual personality has a lively spirit and is traversed by a subtle sense of play," said Dedar.
Volver is a patterned fabric made from the traditional technique brocatelle, which creates a relief intended to highlight the contrast between matt and lustrous threads.
Another fabric in the collection is Regimential, which has a striped pattern that references British school uniforms.
"Reginaldo is rigorous in its lines yet bright in its contrasting colours, endowed with an exuberant and comfortable spirit," said the brand.
The Zai Saman fabric features a geometric pattern embroidered on linen and is available in a range of desert-coloured tones.
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