Stripes on stripes- love it!
Based on a 19th century Syrian document, Damascus Stripe in 100% silk is a rich, jewel toned narrow stripe
Climbing large scale vines bring the natural word in. I could also see this on upholstered walls.
Bright green and deep pink are fresh colors for a traditional pattern derived from an early 19th century original.
A scalloped wrap around tester, headboard and lampshade make this bed a cozy place to retire to.
Ripple Stripe, a cotton poplin, was born out of an Indonesian Batik. The sketchy hand drawn quality makes the repeat varied and interesting.
The diminutive charm of their slipper chair is enhanced with this small scale print on it.
Paw Print, an adorable mini print promises to lure dog owners. It comes in an electric blue that looks like the color of a blue M&M.
The soft palette and medallion flower works well in window treatments and would work nicely as upholstery.
Turkish Blossom, a floral on a linen ground, was found at the Chatsworth House sale.
Taking on a completely different look depending on whether the base is dark or light, this ethnic print is highly versatile.
Printed on linen, Symi is based on an antique embroidery found on the Portobello Road. It could be Greek or Italian, the colorways evoke different looks.