Bringing texture, depth, pattern, and color, theÂ right textile breathesÂ new life to an interior. Whether used to reupholster a favorite piece, or made into drapes, or even used as a wall covering, fabric is second to paint in terms of transformational abilities. Yet, getting the right fabric used to be a chore â€” usually, the most fabulous patterns and materials were only available to the trade. We are changing all of that with our new fabric collection, which is composed of some of the most famous names in textile design. From luxe wool flannels to fanciful motifs, here are just some of our favorites available now.
The Fabric: Green Shangri-la by Donghia
Perfect for: Traditional interiors
With its soft hue (a shade in between grapeÂ and celery green) and classic motif, this Italian-made linen damask has a quietly luxurious feel. It has an ever-so-slightÂ shimmer that comesÂ to life in gentle lighting, making it a fabric that holds its own among polished woods and metals.
The Fabric: Circlettes Velvet Pink by Brunschwig & Fils
Perfect for: Making a statement
Brunschwig & Fils is one of the most trusted names in design, creating luxurious furnishings, accessories, and textiles since its founding in 1891. This saturated pink velvet features a fun pattern that draws the eye. Imagine it as the new upholstery for a classic Louis chair and used in a kids room or even an office.
The Fabric: Carnegie Cotton Stripe Delft by Schumacher
Perfect for:Â Mixing and matching patterns
Designed and manufactured by the legendary design house Schumacher (a designer favorite since 1889), this blue and white striped fabric complementsÂ a wide variety of floral and allover prints without dominating the space.
The Fabric: Lavender Wool Flannel by Holland & Sherry
Perfect for: An alternative to typical neutrals
This incredibly versatile fabric comes from Holland & Sherry’s best-selling wool flannel collection, which is beloved for itsÂ lush texture. Whether used in upholstery (the fabric pairs especially well with darker woods) or paperbacked for aÂ wall covering, thisÂ purple can be used the same way as a grey hue.
The Fabric:Â Denim Blue Linen and Tangerine Linen by Holland & Sherry
Perfect for:Â Those looking for solids with punch
A solid hue doesn’t have to be boring. These linen textiles have a rich depth of color that can go bold or traditional, depending on the interior. The soft linen (which is also a naturally sustainable fiber) was made using responsible manufacturing practices, making it a smart as well as stylish choice.