Four sided lozenges are woven with a clever mix of both light and heavy yarns, creating an almost three dimensional effect. A classic pattern found in ancient mosaics as well as 1960s’ surface design, it sits as happily with contemporary furnishings as it would in a classically elegant room.
A ‘30s’ inspired “trellis” is woven in chenille, the pattern delicately picked out in an elegant, metallic yarn. Eight colourways cover various shades of neutral, from off-white to charcoal, with flashes of chartreuse, teal and terracotta. The glamour of this woven fabric belies its hard wearing nature.
Ups and downs
A complex construction of wonderfully soft yarns combine in another geometric woven. The pattern of interlocking brick shapes is somewhat reminiscent of the Bauhaus, whilst colourways have a freshness that keeps it light and happy. We all have ups and downs but this fabric could only ever be considered a high point!
Stitch in time
A multicoloured stripe that exudes quality - each of the colourways has 9 different colours of linen yarns in the warp. The weight of these yarns allows them to be woven with long floats, without compromising the durability. This gives the effect of a hand-stitched, almost embroidered fabric. Each of the colour combinations is ravishing, sophisticated and inspired.