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  1. Effie

    Effie

    Inspired by vintage Japanese Obies, this rich, multidimensional textile boasts a soft metallic floral pattern, enhanced by a subtle ribbing in the ground. Learn More
  2. Castanets
  3. Bolero
  4. Fiesole

    Fiesole

    Fiesole is a woven chenille that possesses an intricate pattern with a luxurious texture. Learn More
  5. Sansui

    Sansui

    The peaceful villages of Sansui are inspired by the Asian patterned screens Angelo Donghia often used in his installations. The viscose pile reflects light beautifully, while the airy layout and delicate line work evoke the style of traditional Chinese nature painting for which the pattern is named. Learn More
  6. Juliet

    Juliet

    Interpreted as a classic damask pattern in the most luxurious of alpaca and wool qualities, Juliet has an unbelievable touch and drape. Learn More
  7. Istanbul
  8. Morgane

    Morgane

    Featuring a romantic, damask-like pattern, Morgane is a chenille that possesses a more luxurious look than your typical tapestry. The motif creates a subtle tone-on-tone effect that offers the look and feel of antique textiles. Learn More
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