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  1. PARADE

    Parade

    Rhythmic waves of triangular shapes ripple across the surface of this mid-weight, multi-purpose fabric. The weave structure cleverly mimics needlepoint, while the graphic patterning is at once subtly ethnic and thoroughly modern. Rayon/nylon construction is both soft and durable. Learn More
  2. NOMAD

    Nomad

    An ethnic design of diamond shapes is made city-sophisticated with the help of a sumptuous brocatelle weave. This unique construction adds height and dimension to the patterning, seeming to lift it up off the background. A strie warp is used to add even more interest to the motifs while linen running through the weft infuses texture and weight. The complexity is balanced by subtle, tonal colorations. The final product is multi-purpose perfection. Cotton/linen construction. Learn More
  3. Lakebed

    Lakebed

    Evocative of Debutante, Lakebed's multi-color embroidery and linen slubs run through its weft and are crosshatched into a vibrant plaid, reminiscent of the surface of a dry lake. Learn More
  4. Suzani

    Suzani

    Suzani is Donghia's interpretation of an antique and tribal textile. The design captures this honored art in a spectacular woven pattern. Unexpected and updated colors make Suzani an excellent choice for colorful accents or dramatic statements. Learn More
  5. Moondance

    Moondance

    The vertical repeat of this pattern may vary up to 4 due to the irregular thickness of the natural silk yarn. Learn More
  6. Big Island

    Big Island

    Big Island is a large scale patterned, outdoor textile made from Sunbrella yarns. Inspired by Hawaiian motifs and colors, this pattern is available in a variety of colorways. Learn More
  7. Monroe Ikat Texture

    Monroe Ikat Texture

    The traditional central Asian ikat motifs of Monroe Ikat Texture is translated into a contemporary weave. Learn More
  8. Wild Night
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