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  1. Hearst

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    Hearst

    Responding to demand for stripes, "Hearst" is sure to please. Four colors of yarn create the design, which runs vertically, "up the roll." DRALON yarns look and feel like weighty linen or thick, dry cotton, but in fact are a type of acrylic. Perfect for use indoors or out. Upholstery weight. 100% Dralon Acrylic construction. This is a yarn-dyed acrylic, comparable to solution-dyed. Performance properties are essentially the same. In 7 colors. Learn More
  2. HIGHLIGHT

    Highlight

    Corduroy with a surprising twist! Thick velvety stripes of cotton are bordered with pinstripes of viscose. The viscose yarns glow against the drier cotton and add eye-catching highlights throughout. A surprising and timely twist on tradition. In 10 colors. Learn More
  3. Ito Reversible
  4. Dixie
  5. Espadrille

    Espadrille

    Espadrille is a hand woven textile with a colorful pattern. Espadrille can be used for upholstery, drapery, or decorative purposes adding a bit of relaxed sophistication to any installation. Learn More
  6. Ceylon Double Width

    Ceylon Double Width

    Ceylon Double Width offers a horizontal stripe pattern that is great for drapery and upholstery use. Learn More
  7. Romeo

    Romeo

    Romeo is a bold woven stripe suitable for your modern or traditional interiors. The sensual qualities of alpaca and wool provide Romeo with an unbelievable touch and drape. Learn More
  8. 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
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