Introducing a design where Greek key pattern flowed continuously throughout the venue.
Greek key, also referred to as meander, is a basic form of a linear pattern. The design gets its name from the ancient Maeander River, whose many twists and turns it mimics.
For this design, eternally in style deep red roses along with an ivory and gold Damask wallpaper constituted the centre stage.
Damask, which is originally from China, later developed into a major weaving technique during the early Middle Ages. This fabric takes its name from the city of Damascus, which was an active trading port on the silk road.