Eskayel’s Forma Textile Collection Explores How Lines Shape Feelings

Eskayel’s founder and creative director, Shanan Campanaro, is once again leaning into her artist background to create the brand’s first collection of the year, Forma. Campanaro, who holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts in London, knows a universal truth about art – that a line becomes a shape and a shape in multitudes is able to convey a feeling. This is the theme of Forma, which consists of five new wallpaper and fabric patterns that are all based on original artwork by Campanaro.

two white lounge chairs next to a wooden side table in a blue wallpapered room

Cascade in Lapis

Cascade is able to evoke the feeling of vertical motion, specifically that of tumbling water. Especially in the Lapis colorway, the pattern replicates the energy and sight of cascading water so well that you can almost hear the rolling sounds of the referenced experience. Cascade is available in four additional colorways including Garnet, Pearl, Quartz, and Tourmaline.

two white lounge chairs next to a wooden side table in a blue wallpapered room

Cascade in Lapis

grey sectional sofa in wallpapered room

Cascade in Pearl

arched doorway in wallpapered hallway

Cascade in Quartz

striped modular sofa in green wallpapered room

Cascade in Tourmaline

tall table lamp on side table in brown wallpapered room

Hibiscus Lily in Amber

In comparison, Hibiscus Lily, two flowers characterized by their explosive blooms, is a quieter pattern that conjures up the imagery of flowers unfurling their petals. In the Tourmaline version, you can almost make out the outlines of leaves draped alongside their florals. The pattern comes in Amber, Garnet, Lapis, and Pearl as well.

red sectional in wallpapered room

Hibiscus Lily in Lapis

modern dining table with four dining chairs in wallpapered room

Hibiscus Lily in Pearl

grey sectional in wallpapered room

Hibiscus Lily in Tourmaline

striped sofa with two long floor lamps in wallpapered room

Delta in Camel

Delta is especially artistic, conveying the experience of dipping a brush into watercolor paints and watching it ebb and flow onto paper. From distinct strokes to washes of pigment, the pattern metaphorically captures the transition from consciousness to dream state. Delta is available in Camel, Moonlight, Ocean, and Sand.

black and white sofa with matching lounge seats in wallpapered room

Delta in Moonlight

sculptural console table with a vase of flowers and lamp on top in wallpapered room

Delta in Sand

wallpapered bedroom with hanging pendant lamp above bed

Orbs in Flamingo

The most abstract design of the five patterns, Orbs, is made up of dense-packed spherical forms that create a feeling of kinetic harmony. It’s available in the collection’s most expansive range of seven hues: Flamingo, Lapis, Mauve, Pebble, Rhubarb, Sol, and Tourmaline.

brown patterned sofa in front of a graphic blue wallpaper

Orbs in Lapis

modern orange sofa under abstract painting in wallpapered room

Orbs in Mauve

brown sectional next to sculptural coffee table in brown wallpapered room

Orbs in Pebble

black doors opening in wallpapered room with two modern chairs

Orbs in Rhubarb

brown sectional under abstract painting in wallpapered room

Orbs in Sol

wallpapered nook with shelving filled with books

Pieces in Tourmaline

Last but not least, Pieces is the most literal design, consisting of puzzle pieces that effortlessly slot together. While the lines in this pattern are more distinct, the washes of color in the shapes maintain the artistic theme of the collection. Pieces comes to life in Amber, Garnet, Lapis, Pearl, Quartz, and Tourmaline.

black sofa next to brown side table in wallpapered room

Pieces in Garnet

orange bbrown sofa next to paper floor lamp in wallpapered room

Pieces in Amber

To check out the entire Forma collection of wallpaper, fabrics, and pillows, visit eskayel.com.

As the Senior Contributing Editor, Vy Yang is obsessed with discovering ways to live well + with intention through design. She’s probably sharing what she finds over on Instagram stories. You can also find her at vytranyang.com.

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