Sina Pearson Textiles is a NYC-based upholstery fabric company founded in 1990. Pearson herself studied textiles in the U.S. and Sweden in the 60s-70s, and those influences are evident in her designs today — especially in Coffee Berry, which was actually created from a papercut Pearson made for an undergraduate assignment in 1966. (See more stories-behind-the-designs here … fascinating!)
Coffee Berry comes in eight colorways, and is constructed from a 70% polyester, 30% rayon blend. It is 54″ wide and 16oz per linear yard. I spotted it in two colorways at Modern Fabrics for only $19 a yard (its regular retail price is $44/yard).