A simple and graphic design of interlocking shapes. The gloss of the dense, linear embroidery contrasts well with the linen ground.
This abstract, graphic sheer calls to mind the Italian painter renowned for his large scale sculptural canvases. Many casement fabrics look fiddly on a large scale - this looks its best at a huge window.
Abstract shapes cut from hand painted paper have been reassembled in a trellis pattern. The green colourway references garden rooms whilst the black nods to painted floors.
The name refers to the abstract expressionists whose free use of paint and colour inspired the design. Both colourways are as handsome gathered as when used on the flat.
The scale of this bold and graphic rendering of twisted rope updates a classic design genre: Bigger and better, it echos the striking imagery of 1960s Pop Art.
Stripes of linked Hexagons make for a dramatic repeat. Printed on our highly textured ground cloth this design looks well both as curtains and upholstery. 4 striking colourways.
A lustrous cotton and linen geometric weave in a useable scale. A sophisticated construction gives an elegant sheen to curtains and blinds, and works in contrast with many of the more textured no.9 linens