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  1. Alastair

    Alastair

    Alastair, a printed plaid stripe textile, may be used for upholstery, drapery and decorative applications. Learn More
  2. Chelsfield

    Chelsfield

    Chelsfield is a silk textile that boasts a slight ombre effect. This may be used for upholstery, drapery and decorative applications. Learn More
  3. Higgins

    Higgins

    Higgins a cotton textile, illustrates a watercolor asethetic. Higgins may be used for upholstery, drapery and decorative applications. Learn More
  4. CONCIERGE

    Concierge

    Named for those indispensable hotel or apartment employees who seem to make anything possible, "Concierge" is a universal starting point for any project. The high-low rippled texture fits easily into a wide range of design styles, while the durable weave structure makes it especially practical for upholstery. Cotton/poly/wool construction. Learn More
  5. Majestic Metallic

    Majestic Metallic

    Named for the landmark apartment building on New Yorks famed Central Park West, "Majestic" is a hand-made embroidery of theatrical impact. The boldly-scaled design, inspired by patterns from the Art Deco period, represents stylized, intertwined palm fronds. The graphic nature of the design has been softened by the production technique, which employs two different colors of matte yarn running side by side. Poly yarns (which look like cotton) on linen ground. Learn More
  6. MAJESTIC

    Majestic

    Named for the landmark apartment building on New York's famed Central Park West, "Majestic" is a hand-made embroidery of theatrical impact. The boldly-scaled design, inspired by patterns from the Art Deco period, represents stylized, intertwined palm fronds. The graphic nature of the design has been softened by the production technique, which employs two different colors of matte yarn running side by side. Poly yarns (which look like cotton) on linen ground. Learn More
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