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  1. Eliza

    Eliza

    Eliza is a hand woven and embroidered textile that may be used for upholstery, drapery and decorative applications. Learn More
  2. Oxford

    Oxford

    Oxford, a classic vertical striped textile 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. Paddington

    Paddington

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

    Alastair

    Alastair, a printed plaid stripe textile, may be used for upholstery, drapery and decorative applications. Learn More
  6. Rush Hour Metallic

    Rush Hour Metallic

    This striking embroidery, readily a graphic statement or useful coordinate, captures the wild energy of a daily commute. Expressionistic scribbles race horizontally across the goods, fully covering the fabric with dynamic bands of color. Two matte yarns interact with one gleaming yarn for added dimension and play of light. Polyester/viscose (or metallic) embroidery on linen/cotton ground. Learn More
  7. 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
  8. RIVERSIDE

    Riverside

    Graphic prints with a surprising twist! These four prints ("Cocktails", "Reflection", "Alley Cat", and "Riverside"), designed to mix and match, are genuine yet modern takes on warp printing. First, only the warp yarns are digitally printed. Then, weft yarns are woven through to create the final product. During weaving, the printed yarns shift slightly to create the characteristic and desirable feathered edges around every motif. 100% cotton. Learn More
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