Textiles

Set Descending Direction

Grid List

Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
per page
  1. Belfast
  2. Jaunty

    Jaunty

    This textured pin stripe is characteristic of Angelo Donghia's suiting style. Learn More
  3. 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
  4. Crazy Love
  5. Jackson
  6. Speckle

    Speckle

    Speckle, a luxurious velvet, gets its name from the tiny specks of color, light and shadow created by a blend of wool and viscose. Available in a dazzling range of airy shades to jewel tones, Speckle is a twist on an indispensible basic. Learn More
  7. Belmonte
  8. GRIDLOCK

    Gridlock

    Contemporary jacquard velvet patterns, "Skyline" and "Gridlock", feature an intriguing combination of fibers. Wool, viscose and poly have been spun together to make a sumptuous yarn quality with a melange (tonal) effect. The resulting velvet pile, woolen in appearance, is both soft and durable. Skyline is a graphic, jagged stripe. Gridlock is a small-scale windowpane or grid. Both are endlessly useful foundations for upholstery and have been designed to work together, each matching the other, perfectly. Learn More
Set Descending Direction

Grid List

Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
per page