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  1. Antoinette

    Antoinette

    Antoinette is a classic solid satin available in a wide variety of colors. A contrasting color cotton woven on the reverse side provides greater stability and versatility to this textile. Learn More
    Antoinette 10047-007 SPINELAntoinette 10047-017 AMETHYSTAntoinette 10047-039 OBSIDIAN
  2. Ripple

    Ripple

    Diagonal waves of puckered silk meander across the surface of the matelasse, Ripple. Slightly iridescent, this organic pattern dazzles in sixteen different colors. Learn More
    Ripple 10167-007 EGGPLANT
  3. Romeo

    Romeo

    Romeo is a bold woven stripe suitable for your modern or traditional interiors. The sensual qualities of alpaca and wool provide Romeo with an unbelievable touch and drape. Learn More
    Romeo 10109-029 ONYX
  4. Sophia

    Sophia

    Sophia metaphorically mirrors the incredible architecture of the Hagia Sophia in Instanbul. The intricate weave structure and Arabesque decorative motif result in the appearance of an authentic Eastern antique textile. Available in a range of colors, each colorway is actually two colors varying between tone on tone or striking contrasts. Learn More
    Sophia 10043-007 PIDECI-PURPLE
  5. Shibori

    Shibori

    Inspired by the art of Japanese dyeing, Shibori captures the subtle gradations and organic flow of this ancient technique. Woven in 100% silk and offered in a palette of lush, tonal colors, Shibori is an elegant balance of traditional and modern. Learn More
    Shibori 10154-007 PURPLEShibori 10154-009 STEELShibori 10154-012 INDIGOShibori 10154-019 black
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  7. Mudcloth

    Mudcloth

    Typically a silk textile found in Chinese culture, Mudcloth is now developed into a sturdy cotton suitable for upholstery and drapery. Vegetable root dyed cotton is buried in mud fields on the Far East, as weeks go by the mud oxidizes the color of the fabric and Mudcloth is created. This textured age old patina that is created is Donghia's alternative to traditional leather upholstery. Learn More
  8. Sashiko

    Sashiko

    Sashiko is a wonderful upholstery and decorative fabric that recalls an ancient craft. The color palette of this woven jacquard has been expanded beyond traditional indigo colors to include bright hues and more subdued combinations of naturals and darks. Learn More
    Sashiko 10031-007 FUJI
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