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  1. Oxford

    Oxford

    Oxford, a classic vertical striped textile may be used for upholstery, drapery and decorative applications. Learn More
  2. Higgins

    Higgins

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

    Paddington

    Paddington, a super soft chenile textile may be used for upholstery and decorative applications. Learn More
  4. Alastair

    Alastair

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

    Nyc

    Named for its jacquard patterning which suggests a grid-like map of city blocks, this stunning velvet is alive with New Yorks energy and light. Cut pile and uncut loops of viscose create captivating surface texture, tonal color shifts and stimulating high/low relief. The voided background, in a herringbone weave, is lightly peppered with metallic yarn. The impact is high style and head-turning glamour for upholstery use. Viscose/Poly/Polyamide construction. Learn More
  6. DOWNTOWN

    Downtown

    "Uptown" silk-blend solid serves as the base for this design of quick, spirited brushstrokes. Using paintbrush and a loosely set pattern, artisans literally paint each yard entirely by hand. The result is a true work of art, ready for multi-purpose use. No two yards are exactly alike. In a world of machine-made everything, "Downtown" reminds us that the work of the human hand is as desirable and magical as ever. Metallic pigment paint on silk/viscose/linen. Learn More
  7. PARADE

    Parade

    Rhythmic waves of triangular shapes ripple across the surface of this mid-weight, multi-purpose fabric. The weave structure cleverly mimics needlepoint, while the graphic patterning is at once subtly ethnic and thoroughly modern. Rayon/nylon construction is both soft and durable. Learn More
  8. SKYLINE

    Skyline

    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
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