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The Textile Issue


Am I Blue?


REVISED: Working with sumptuous fabrics, like this one from Armani Casa, can certainly elevate your mood, and surroundings. Take this latest textile from Fargo for example. Fargo is based on their much-loved Cleveland material, and it is a decorative geometrical design that distinguishes it from Cleveland. The pattern surfaces vary and form a larger damask pattern on the fabric. Donghia's fall collections have something for everyone who desire a chic, comfortable and sophisticated interior. The Urban Safari line is from Sahco. This collection features some of my favorite imitation furs, velvets, and other intricate weaves that are inspired by nature and its natural habitat. What other textiles do I like to work with? Find out here.




Fayette from Armani/Casa Exclusive Textiles by Rubelli

Left: Fargo, a fabric based on Cleveland (pictured right). All three fabrics are from Armani/Casa Exclusive Textiles by Rubelli and Sahco.
Indigo Collection
(J. Robert Scott)
Indigo is a refined selection of luxury textiles designed by Sally Sirkin Lewis. Sally has designed this collection featuring 100% silks, woolens, and JRS Superskidskin in the deep inky "mood" of the Indigo colorway offering versatility in any interiors.
From left to right: Woven Radiance, Edwardian Floral, Wool Dot, Bengaline, all in the Indigo Colorway. Watch the Duke Ellington/ INDIGO video from J. Robert Scott on YouTube.  

Kelly Wearstler for Groundworks: Top Image: Mineral in Indigo/Slat. Bottom: Mala in Lake, Agate in Slate/Linen, Sonoma in Cornflower, Barcelo in Taupe, Oblique in Slate/Graphite, Channels in Periwinkle/Oat, Sunbleached in Linen, Sunbleached in Graphite. Bottom: Kelly Wearstler for Groundworks: Top Image: Mineral in Indigo/Slat. Bottom: Mala in Lake, Agate in Slate/Linen, Sonoma in Cornflower, Barcelo in Taupe, Oblique in Slate/Graphite, Channels in Periwinkle/Oat, Sunbleached in Linen, Sunbleached in Graphite. Bottom: Mineral in Indigo/Slate.

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