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  • Island Trellis

    Island Trellis

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    ITEM # 42014

    Three colors of embroidery yarn are used to create a small-scale trellis. The evocative pattern recalls summer gardens and seaside interiors which once used trellis as room divider or wall decoration. Cotton satin ground gleams beneath dry, matte yarns; a purposeful contrast. Tonal color shifts create visual movement and delight the eye. Cotton ground with Viscose embroidery. In 8 colors.

  • joanna

    Joanna

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    ITEM # 42011

    This fabric combines super-sophisticated weave structure with spirited, graphic motifs. Brocatelle construction, often reserved for the most luxurious of damasks, creates surface height and dimension. The unexpected amorphous shapes, like puzzle pieces, seem to float on the surface. Fancy slub yarns add texture and surprise dots of color in the background, while tonal strie warp adds interest to the patterning. Mid-weight. Primarily Cotton /Linen blend with touches of Viscose, Silk and Wool. In 9 colors.

  • Palmer

    Palmer

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    ITEM # 42019

    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.

  • Nevins

    Nevins

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    ITEM # 42012

    The chevron patterning of this useful basic has been softened by a clever distressed effect in the weave. The result is a practical textile which readily travels between styles while mixing and matching with ease. Mid-weight. Viscose, Poly, Linen construction. In 11 colors.

  • Iliad

    Iliad

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    ITEM # 10169

    Iliad, our large-scale, ikat-inspired stripe, takes you on a journey across its worn, woven surface. An intimate linen and viscose blend create the subtle play of textures. Rendered in dusty, neutral shades, Iliad is bold, yet livable, earthy, yet elegant.

  • Avenue

    Avenue

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    ITEM # 10184

    Avenue, named for the famed streets of New York City, is Donghia's newest luxury basic. Rendered in cotton velvet through a mix of cut and loop pile, this play on a classic pinstripe is as essential as a fine, tailored suit.

  • Astrakhan

    Astrakhan

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    ITEM # 10008

    Astrakhan is a textural chenille with a plush face and beautiful hand. Available in a wide range of colorways, Astrakhan is a perfect textural basecloth for any interior.

  • Avenue

    Avenue

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    ITEM # 10184

    Avenue, named for the famed streets of New York City, is Donghia's newest luxury basic. Rendered in cotton velvet through a mix of cut and loop pile, this play on a classic pinstripe is as essential as a fine, tailored suit.

  • Sashiko

    Sashiko

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    ITEM # 10031

    Sashiko is a wonderful upholstery and decorative fabric that recalls an ancient craft. The color palette of this woven jacquard has been expanded beyond traditional indigo colors to include bright hues and more subdued combinations of naturals and darks.

  • Ginger

    Ginger

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    ITEM # 10126

    Ginger is a lush solid available in a wide variety of colorways- creating an ideal canvas for accent fabrics. Ginger has a mohair and silk pile with a cotton ground.

  • Nemo

    Nemo

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    ITEM # 10080

    Donghia's durable jacquard, Nemo, has a sophisticated and unique, underwater botanical pattern. The intricate weave of Nemo's seaweed inspired motif, exudes a sense of graceful movement and adds a three dimensional quality to this textile.

  • Mudcloth

    Mudcloth

    COLOR: OBSIDIAN

    ITEM # 10132-009

    Typically a silk textile found in Chinese culture, Mudcloth is now developed into a sturdy cotton suitable for upholstery and drapery. Vegetable root dyed cotton is buried in mud fields on the Far East, as weeks go by the mud oxidizes the color of the fabric and Mudcloth is created. This textured age old patina that is created is Donghia's alternative to traditional leather upholstery.

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