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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Cobble Hill

    Cobble Hill

    Cobble Hill is a multi-pleated textile with a horizontal pattern and great texture. Learn More
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. Rete

    Rete

    Rete is a soft, weightless, and airy sheer elevating casements to a higher level of decorative applications. Rete is a veil for dreamy spaces. Learn More
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