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  1. Van

    Van

    Albert Hadley collaborated with Harry Hinson in 2001 to create a collection encompassing light hearted hand printed textiles and wallcoverings. The name Van is an homage to Van Truex, the defining interior designer that set the taste in the 1950's. Learn More
  2. Spice Market

    Spice Market

    Spice Market is a warp print in a dramatic large scale ikat pattern. Learn More
  3. Lorna
  4. Brooks

    Brooks

    The design of Brooks is an abstract gestural floral drawing. This hand screen printed textile is printed on 100% cotton, giving it a very clean look. Learn More
  5. Padua

    Padua

    Padua is a classic damask design featuring pomegranates. This fabric is hand screen printed rendered to look antiqued. A damask that will stand the test of time. Learn More
  6. Hinson Palm

    Hinson Palm

    NOTE: This is an updated version of this item. If your sample has a different product number, please be sure to request a CFA from your sales representative or 1-800-DONGHIA prior to ordering. Learn More
  7. Frolic

    Frolic

    Frolic is a lively drapery weight textile digitally printed with a chintz finish. The glazed surface enhances its playful watercolor aesthetic. Learn More
  8. 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
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