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  1. Horses

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    Horses

    An untamed energy is expressed in the rough, raw, impressionistic renderings of horses; presented and preserved as if in fresco. Learn More
  2. Bailey

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    Bailey

    Weighty yarns with just a bit of sheen are used to create a chunky and extremely dimensional "waffle weave" sheer for indoor/outdoor use. Learn More
  3. Jester

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    Jester

    A dynamic jacquard which splinters the usual diamonds of a harlequin pattern into a wild arrangement of triangles. Learn More
  4. Barnum

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    Barnum

    Horizontal stripes feature a pebbly boucle yarn which adds weight and creates a stimulating rhythm within an indoor/outdoor sheer. Learn More
  5. Dot

    Dot

    This decadent sheer marries fine, natural materials with full-coverage embroidery. An ordered pattern of dots is embroidered in high relief, selvedge to selvedge, on double-width linen ground. The dots are comprised of hefty wool/blend yarn and their woolen softness contrasts beautifully against the sheer linen. The purposeful negative (non-embroidered) space allows for perfect drape. Sheer weight. Double-width. Wool/Linen/Acrylic construction. In 5 colorways. Learn More
  6. Meadow Walk

    Meadow Walk

    A tonal meadow of grass and flowers grows gracefully up from the base of this printed panel. Each panel of fine, light-weight linen is 3 1/2 yards (10 1/2 feet) tall. The "meadow" is intended to be approximately 45"- 47" inches high after hemming (printed area is 51" high in total), while the remainder of each panel is blank. Designed to delight at the window, the pattern peeking up behind a sofa or chairs, "Meadow Walk" brings a breezy sense of the outdoors - IN. Priced by the yard. Sold by the full ... Learn More
  7. BRIDGES

    Bridges

    To make this embroidery, skilled craftspeople first "space dye" loosely spun cotton yarns by hand. This special process creates colors and tones which evolve and bloom along each strand. The strands are then stitched down in an undulating linear arrangement which flows gracefully across the width of goods. "Bridges," at once modern and subtly ethnic, is both soft-spoken statement or ready coordinate for multiple schemes. Linen/cotton ground, cotton embroidery. Learn More
  8. Quartz

    Quartz

    Quartz is a tightly woven linen enhanced by tiny sequins playing off of light. Quartz is a tighter weave than Donghia's Luces, and is offered in a neutral color palette. Learn More
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