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  • Infinity

    Infinity

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    ITEM # 10343

    This impactful design convincingly mimics dyed batik fabric, but is, in fact, a cleverly-made jacquard weave. The widely-spaced, organic stripes suggest cascading water, ever in motion. Practical 100% Poly construction, feels and drapes like weighty linen/silk. Multi-purpose weight. In 6 colorways.

  • Pepper

    Pepper

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    ITEM # 10349

    Thick and dry/matte yarns are used to create this unique textural solid. Piece-dyeing (the goods are dyed after weaving) brings out the unique character of each yarn and accentuates the pebbly, peppery surface. Upholstery weight. Cotton/Viscose/Poly construction. In 10 colorways.

  • Daydream

    Daydream

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    ITEM # 10354

    This jacquard weave features abstract, stylized motifs which resemble clouds. Chenille yarns raise the pattern, making it stand out from the textural background. The yarns have a "melange" effect (tonalities of color) to suggest wool, but have been finished to a delicious softness. The result looks and feels "indoor" but can be used outdoors as well. Upholstery weight. 100% Solution-Dyed Acrylic with Teflon soil/stain/mold repellant finish. In 10 colorways.

  • Block Party

    Block Party

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    ITEM # 10341

    Vintage artwork in the "Memphis style" inspired this striking, stylized cityscape. Machine embroidery outlines the design as it fills-in principal colors. A thick and specially-dyed accent yarn is then sewn-in by hand, creating tiny, energetic dots throughout. Multi-purpose weight. Viscose and Poly embroidery on weighty Cotton-blend ground. In 5 colorways.

  • Tilt

    Tilt

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    ITEM # 10346

    As its name suggests, this design features a linear pattern of brushwork which has been arranged on the diagonal. Metallic pigments are heat-set to the surface of densely packed cotton velvet. The pigments catch and reflect light to imitate painted leather, while the exposed, unprinted pile mimics suede. Multi-purpose weight. Cotton/Poly/Nylon construction. In 6 colorways.

  • Lofty

    Lofty

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    ITEM # 10352

    Specially-made chenille yarns, running in both warp and weft, create the plush, inviting surface of this textural solid. Having a soft-touch which suggests indoor use, this quality has been developed for outdoor use as well. Upholstery weight. 100% Solution-Dyed Acrylic with Teflon soil/stain/mold repellant finish. In 10 colorways.

  • Secrets

    Secrets

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    ITEM # 10338

    This engaging embroidery features a parade of large-scale, patterned stripes. The myriad geometric motifs suggest a secret message or code hidden within. Each shape is comprised of densely-packed clusters of stitches which purposely shift direction to play with light. The ground cloth, unusual for embroidered goods, is fine viscose chenille. Multi-purpose weight. Viscose embroidery on Viscose ground. In 7 colorways.

  • Fireworks

    Fireworks

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    ITEM # F1020

    Albert Hadley collaborated with Harry Hinson in 2001 to create a collection encompassing light hearted hand printed textiles and wallcoverings. Fireworks is single screen print that represents sparklers. A crown jewel of our collection, Fireworks is a beloved and widely celebrated textile.

  • Russell

    Russell

    COLOR: CHINA WHITE

    ITEM # F1017-0WW

    Albert Hadley collaborated with Harry Hinson in 2001 where they designed Russell, a more traditional pattern for the collection. This fabric is printed on a linen and cotton blended ground.

  • Russell

    Russell

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    ITEM # F1015

    Albert Hadley collaborated with Harry Hinson in 2001 where they designed Russell, a more traditional pattern for the collection. This fabric is printed on 100% linen ground.

  • Trixie

    Trixie

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    ITEM # F1003

    Now a Hinson exclusive, Albert Hadley designed Trixie for a special exhibit at the New York Public Library. Indicitave of the Hadley heyday, this wallcovering still looks incredible today.

  • Van

    Van

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    ITEM # F1008

    Albert Hadley collaborated with Harry Hinson in 2001 to create a collection encompassing light hearted hand printed textiles and wallcoverings. The name Van is an homage to Van Truex, the defining interior designer that set the taste in the 1950's.

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