This Market, Danish company Stof showed a simple, minimalist modern print collection called Uno. Yarn-dyes and textured solids look to be a trend, and Stof’s version is also printed with quiet dots and other simple patterns. Stof is distributed exclusively in the U.S. by Brewer, in case you are a shop owner or want to [...]
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Stof has been a major supplier of fabric to Europe since the 1970s. Based in Denmark, they recently started exporting to the US. Their Pure collection shares some obviously Scandinavian DNA with Lotta Jansdotter’s last two collections. The colors are bright in a classic kind of way – check out the navy and red: [...]
Danish designer Wenche Nevalainen has two print collections under the name w:form. She offers fabrics, wallpaper, and wall stickers via her webshop. And there’s that cotton half-panama again! (via print & pattern) No related posts.
Butik 76 is a small U.S.-based web shop carrying a nicely edited selection of oilcloth (actually laminated cottons, it sounds like) all designed in Denmark and Sweden. The owner writes about using these fabrics as tablecloths: I am married to a Dane and travel regularly to Copenhagen where I fell in love with the Scandinavian [...]
Here is just a small sampling of some of the amazing textiles world-renowned designer Tord Boontje has created for Danish interior fabrics company Kvadrat. Kvadrat is partnered with U.S. company Maharam, who also distributes these fabrics. Above, Nectar, a polyester burnout curtain fabric designed by Boontje in 2005. The design was created by experimental software [...]