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  1. UPTOWN

    Uptown

    As its name suggests, "Uptown" evokes the handsome, polished living rooms of New Yorks tony Upper East Side. Its dapper drape and sophisticated sheen are multi-purpose magic. The unique weave structure of this mid-weight solid combines silk, viscose and linen for the perfect marriage of glow and texture. Learn More
  2. SUNDANCE

    Sundance

    This unique and weighty quality features a specially made yarn having a glossy metallic core which has been fully wrapped. During the weaving process the yarn twists and the outermost layer parts randomly to reveal the reflective heart. Light dances and hops between each peek of metal. The quality, color palette and tiny geometric patterning make this unusual offering easy to use in a variety of schemes. Perfect for upholstery or drapery. Cotton/poly/polyamide construction. Learn More
  3. Halite Reversible

    Halite Reversible

    Halite Reversible is a durable textile with a satin face and dry textured back. Such as the mineral, Halite Reversible has a varying color palette of whites, reds, yellows and blues. Learn More
  4. Roxie

    Roxie

    Roxie's rustic slubs and color variation remind users that she is very much a product from nature. Hand-woven silk, boasting spectacular variation and calendar finish that gives her a final polish. Learn More
  5. Capote
  6. Seville
  7. Summer Squall

    Summer Squall

    Summer Squall is a highly refined linen sheer. The weft is woven with color and the warp woven in natural linen, giving this elegant casement a subtle sheen and ethereal look. Summer Squall's palette consists of soft and neutral tints that almost vanish in direct light. Learn More
  8. Laser Scrim

    Laser Scrim

    Laser Scrim is made of 100% polyester drapery sheer that has been coated on the reverse with stainless steel, giving it a metallic, shimmering effect on the reverse with a matte metallic on the face. The steel finish also reduces the amount of UV rays transmitted through the window, in turn reducing fading of home furnishing and fabrics. Learn More
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