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.
According to ancient mythology King Minos built such a structure at Knossos in Crete to hold the minotaur. A fresh interpretation of the classic Greek key pattern, this crisp and graphic woven has the feel of a labyrinth. Both scale and colour work well with the more painterly elements of the collection.
A phrase from the 1920s used to describe the best, the coolest... CAT’S PYJAMAS depicts a jumble of lions, tigers and leopards with their distinctive markings woven in one of our favourite qualities a pocket weave construction that gives a three dimensional look and a beautifully soft touch.
This fabric starts life as a soft linen weave, its irregular diamonds are woven into the construction. Once woven any yarns not tied in are cut, leaving a fringe effect around the pattern. Unlined it would make a wonderful semi sheer fabric but would also look pretty lined as a traditional curtain.
A simple crisp cotton weave adds another texture to the collection. Based on a tile detail in Indian architecture, this small scale fabric works so well for any application within a room: Curtains, blinds, upholstery, headboards and valances.... the list is endless! And the stunning array of colours makes it a go-to choice when scheming any interior.