Posts tagged ‘Upholstery Fabric’

Jonathan Adler for Kravet

  We have a Jonathan Adler store in Austin and it’s got to be one of the happiest places on earth. Except for sad old me bringing things down because I can’t afford anything. I drive past the window every morning and the “Your 24-Hour Pot Dealer” slogan under the URL always makes the subconscious [...]

Echino Jacquards

At Fall Quilt Market as everyone exchanged hot tips on things to see, there was lots of excited whispering, “Echino jaquards! Echino jacquards! Echino! Jaquards!” They are finally arriving in U.S. stores for all your upholstery and other heavyweight woven needs. Can you imagine an entire Echino sofa? Thanks to The Stitch Lab in Austin [...]

DwellStudio

It had been a while since I checked in on Dwellstudio‘s fabrics. The newest collections of interior wovens and prints are called Global Modern Luxe and Modern Color Theory. They are produced by Robert Allen and, hooray!, are available directly to the public from Dwellstudio and from various outlets online. Related posts: Dwell Studio: Eclectic Modern [...]

Patterned Velvets and Chenilles at High Fashion Home

High Fashion Home has these patterned poly-blend velvets and chenilles for people who are really serious about their retro. Then again I can see these upholstery fabrics having their place in a fashion-forward living space too (with the kind of furniture High Fashion Home offers). The online shop also has lots of velvet solids, Sunbrella, [...]

Luna Textiles

Luna Textiles is based in San Francisco and produces environmentally sustainable, modern textiles for the corporate, hospitality, and healthcare markets — definitely for clients that don’t want the usual soul-crushing corporate blue-gray look! As you can see from their website the fabrics look great as bags, shoes, luggage, and pillows. Modern Textiles has some reclaimed Luna [...]

Premier Prints

{ Cottage in Summerland } I’ve been seeing Premier Prints‘s home decor fabrics showing up in more shops (Drygoods Design and Fabricworm, for two), and that’s cool because Premier Prints is a rare U.S.-based mill/manufacturer. They also sell directly to the public through their website and brick-and-mortar outlet stores in Mississippi and Tennessee. Here’s just [...]

Designtex: Alistair, and How to Buy To-the-Trade Fabrics

This week’s Home Dec Fabric of the Week selection comes once again thanks to Modern Fabrics‘ weekly newsletter. It’s Designtex’s Alistair, an “extreme performance” fabric that comes in 12 colorways. (Modern Fabrics has Strawberry, top left, for only $18/yard, and I encourage you to follow the link to get the full effect of the beautiful [...]

Vanessa Arbuthnott

{ Nature Study } Vanessa Arbuthnott is a U.K. designer who offers fabrics, wallpapers, and home furnishings through her website and also through designer showrooms internationally. The simple, beautiful designs and soft colors sit right on the cusp between traditional cottage-style and modern. Fabrics are printed on a medium weight linen union (60% linen, 40% [...]

Full Swing Textiles

{ Moonlight in the Pines }   OK, how have I managed to get this far along without ever hearing of Full Swing Textiles? Full Swing started out as a vintage shop in Newport, Rhode Island in the 1980s. In 1986, they purchased a lot of 16,000 yards of deadstock vintage barkcloth fabric. As that [...]