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The Dorsoduro Collection

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This season, Bailey & Griffin introduces Dorsoduro, a collection of timeless printed and woven designs, each re-interpreted to meld classic traditions with ever-evolving modern tastes. Designed for the relaxed sophisticate, rich bold colors are offset with softer hues and neutrals to create rooms that are vibrant without being overpowering.

 

In Dorsoduro, texture reigns supreme.
The collection introduces new technologies to offer printed texture and a lush softness in the hand and drape of each design. Luster is present throughout, with a soft sheen that lends elegance to each pattern. Finally, as always, the role of artisans and their craft is paramount, with technique considered as important as design.

 

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Parisian Rustic Elegance

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The Moulin Collection

 

Parisian Rustic Elegance

 

The Moulin Woven Collection

(“moulin” is French for “mill”) is inspired by Parisian rustic elegance.

Seven jacquard patterns and two velvet stripes, work harmoniously with each other to create an abundance of unique alluring combinations.

In a captivating color palette of Indigo blue tones, camel/grey neutral hues, chartreuse, sea glass, and melon.

The Moulin Woven collection is a study in sumptuous colors and textures.

 

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Wovens by Color

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Trend is excited to introduce Wovens by Color, a new color book series of eclectic upholstery patterns offered at an exceptional value. From paisleys and scrolls to stripes and textures, Wovens by Color displays a diverse mix of patterns in a series of four color palettes: Russet/Red, Sand/Earth, Black/Granite and Cobalt/Aqua. A great addition to your fabric library, Wovens by Color reflects trending designs in beautiful colorways.

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Top image (left to right):
03446 – Mist, 03406 – Teal / 02865 – Spa (trim), 03444 – Almond / 02493 – Seaglass  (trim), 03440 – Aegean, 03444 – Almond / 03127 – Spearmint (trim) and 03459 – Khaki / 03459 – Aqua.

Bottom image (top to bottom):
03406 – Teal / 02865 – Spa (trim), 03446 – Mist, 03444 – Almond / 03127 – Spearmint  (trim), 03459 – Khaki / 03459 – Aqua and 03440 – Aegean.

| Original content and images via Fabricut |


Tools of the Trade from Duralee

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Tools of the Trade

 

Tool books are an integral part of the designer’s library and we’ve made it a mission to round out our options of body cloths, textures and coordinates to make one-stop shopping a reality at Duralee.

With 14 new collections that range from ink-resistant faux leather to chunky chenilles and soft velvets, we’ve covered the gamut for application, color and versatility in our fall offerings from Duralee.

Highlights include the Palmdale Collection of plaids and stripes that have been custom-colored to coordinate with our bestselling statement fabrics. Velvet Encyclopedia Vol. IV adds to our extensive offerings of velvets with 89 SKUs of strie-quality velvets, and the Sheridan Collection fills the need for durability with 128 options of classic solid and decorative skin faux leathers that have the added benefit of anti-ink technology.

 

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Kravet Launches Fifth Fabric Collection with Museum of New Mexico

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Kravet is pleased to announce its fifth collaboration with Museum of New Mexico. For this fabric collection, the Museum tells the story of its unique place as a crossroads of international trade and culture through fabrics inspired by the Museum’s renowned textile, basketry and ceramic collections.

Inspiration for these modern interpretations of traditional designs was drawn primarily from small-scale patterns and embroideries in the 25,000-piece textile and dress collection at the Museum of International Folk Art. Iconic Native American textile and ceramic pieces from the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture also influenced many of the collection’s designs. These museums comprise two of the Museum of New Mexico’s four cultural institutions.

Color and texture inspirations came from diverse mediums such as pottery, basketry, textiles and cut paper patterns. The result is rich textures and pops of vivid colors that mimic the crisp blue sky, the red earth and an array of the complementary hues, both hot and cool, so often identified with the beautiful Santa Fe landscape.

Textile designer and Museum of International Folk Art donor Alexander Girard quoted an Italian proverb when asked why he collected the folk art of the world’s artisans: “Tutto il mondo e paes” or “the whole world is hometown.”

“In partnering with us and by choosing such a broad spectrum of Museum textiles for inspiration, Kravet too is saying, ‘The whole world is hometown’ and that there are no foreigners,” said Pamela Kelly, Vice President of Licensing and Brand Management for the Museum.

Santa Fe has been an international hub of culture and commerce for centuries, as well as a creative haven for artists, writers, collectors and others drawn to the region’s bohemian lifestyle, spacious landscapes and rich cultural traditions. This eclectic ensemble of textiles embodies this creative approach to living – collected, worldly and modern.

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| Original images and content via Kravet |


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