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  1. Palmer

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    Palmer

    Applique and embroidery techniques are used in the making of this dynamic pattern of tumbling leaves. Motifs are cut and applied to the cotton satin ground while, at the same time, outlines and veining details are embroidered into the cloth. Stitching shimmers, as yarns catch the light and contrast beautifully against the drier surface of the appliques and ground. The design's five different colored leaves appear to float in a gentle breeze. Mid-weight. Cotton ground with Viscose embroidery. In 6 colors. Learn More
  2. Bay Coral

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    Bay Coral

    The coral motifs in this impactful screen print have been purposely rendered to suggest block-printing. The huge scale is dramatic enough to make a statement but doesn't overwhelm. Fine linen satin provides the base, and is suitable for multi-purpose use, including lighter-duty upholstery. 100% Linen construction. In 10 colorways, all having white coral on a solid-colored ground. Learn More
  3. 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
  4. Russell

    Russell

    Albert Hadley collaborated with Harry Hinson in 2001 where they designed Russell, a more traditional pattern for the collection. This fabric is printed on a linen and cotton blended ground. Learn More
  5. Fireworks

    Fireworks

    Albert Hadley collaborated with Harry Hinson in 2001 to create a collection encompassing light hearted hand printed textiles and wallcoverings. Fireworks is single screen print that represents sparklers. A crown jewel of our collection, Fireworks is a beloved and widely celebrated textile. Learn More
  6. Trixie

    Trixie

    Now a Hinson exclusive, Albert Hadley designed Trixie for a special exhibit at the New York Public Library. Indicitave of the Hadley heyday, this wallcovering still looks incredible today. Learn More
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