Posts tagged ‘high-end’

Studio Bon for Schumacher

{ Bellows } Studio Bon (aka Bonnee Sharp) produces interior fabrics that are screenprinted by hand in the United States. They are printed onto 100% linen, 100% cotton, or a cotton-linen blend. The fabrics are distributed by Schumacher. See the Studio Bon website for inspirational images and the Schumacher site to see more designs and [...]

Judy Ross Textiles

{ Fauna } Judy Ross creates a line of textiles including rugs, pillows, furniture, scarves, and throws featuring spare and modern yet lively embroidered designs. The line even includes fabric by the yard. The motifs are worked in chain stitch with rayon thread on a 55″ wide linen ground. More designs and colorways can be [...]

Ljungbergs Stig Lindberg Fabrics

{ Bulbous } These fabrics by legendary post-war Swedish designer Stig Lindberg are produced by Ljungbergs and are available for purchase directly from the Ljungbergs webshop, and from Funkis in Australia. They are a heavyweight cotton-linen blend and are about 60″ (150cm) wide. { Fruktlåda } { Melodi } { Tallyho } Related posts: Spira Fabrics Two [...]

Bantie

Swedish company Bantie been in business since 2007 producing original, patterned textiles for the home and contract markets. Their designs, Ulrika Gyllstad and Emma von Brömssen, are printed on fabrics for all kinds of home decor applications, from cotton canvas and sateen to modal to Trevira CS voile (for sheer curtains). You can purchase fabric [...]

Classic Textiles

{ Designs by Lucienne Day. L-R: Graphica, Riga, Spectators, Trio. } The Centre for Advanced Textiles at the Glasgow School of Art offers a commercial digital textile printing service, and, under the name Classic Textiles, reproduces designs from some of the U.K.’s most prominent and influential textile designers. Lucienne Day herself selected the 12 designs [...]

Beautiful Textures of Unika Vaev

Unika Vaev, meaning “unique weave” in Danish, was originally a mill in Denmark but changed hands to the American ICF Group in the 1970s. Simple woven geometric patterns and textures characterize their upholstery fabrics. Though prints and large-scale woven patterns tend to catch our eyes more, personally I’m more into beautiful, durable, retro-feeling textures for [...]

Textiles by Tord Boontje

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 [...]

Mod Green Pod: Anticipate Special Edition

Organic interior fabric and wallpaper company Mod Green Pod has just introduced a special edition of their Anticipate design for 2011. It is a 54″ wide, upholstery weight, organic cotton canvas that is grown, woven, and printed in the United States (with nine colors, no less). See more on the mgp blog. Related posts: Organic [...]

Home Dec Fabric of the Week: Eclat Weave by Anni Albers / Knoll

We already have Japanese Fabric of the Week on Mondays, and Digital Fabric of the Week on Thursdays … I am thinking that, for the new year, each weekday needs its own type of fabric-of-the-week feature. So I’m making Wednesdays Home Dec day, which will give me the opportunity to cover those high-end fabrics that [...]