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  1. Cobble Hill

    Cobble Hill

    Cobble Hill is a multi-pleated textile with a horizontal pattern and great texture. Learn More
  2. Speckle

    Speckle

    Speckle, a luxurious velvet, gets its name from the tiny specks of color, light and shadow created by a blend of wool and viscose. Available in a dazzling range of airy shades to jewel tones, Speckle is a twist on an indispensible basic. Learn More
  3. Avenue

    Avenue

    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. Learn More
  4. Bijou

    Bijou

    Bijou dazzles the eye with hand embroidered French knots and the juxtaposition of cut and un-cut ovals. A patterned border lines the selvedge of the fabric, creating the effect of antique paneling. Learn More
  5. Cat's Cradle

    Cat's Cradle

    Cat's Cradle is an innovative, open weave casement. This beautiful spider-web like embroidery can add interest to any room, whether used individually or layered at the window. Learn More
  6. Station Stripe

    Station Stripe

    Station Stripe is a bold stripe embellished with clusters of chenille, a variety of weaves and metallic threading creating a casual yet elegant textile. Learn More
  7. Delphi

    Delphi

    Delphi exudes a seductive, ethereal quality. The mix of silk and lurex gives this fabric its glittering sheen, crisp papery texture and voluptuous couture folds. The pattern itself is drawn from raindrops running down a windowpane, evoking the surreal phenomenon of metallic rain. Woven in an array of subtle metal shades, Delphi transforms a window with material elegance and a touch of visual fantasy. Learn More
  8. Juliet

    Juliet

    Interpreted as a classic damask pattern in the most luxurious of alpaca and wool qualities, Juliet has an unbelievable touch and drape. Learn More
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