Sources: Textiles

Sept. 1, 2015

1. Spurred by traditional Japanese textiles and paper arts, the Kimono collection from Mayer Fabrics features six upholstery patterns. Its geometric patterning—as well as the color palette of greens, yellows, reds, and purples—is derived from the vibrancy of kimono robes.

2. As part of a second series of products designed by Scholten and Baijings in collaboration with Maharam, the Bright Cube pattern epitomizes a designer’s keen sense of color and approach to geometric design.

3. Potter and designer Jonathan Adler brings style and delight to Kravet. His philosophy: create timelessly chic fabrics and accessorize with abandon. “The collection captures everything I want my work to be: a bold world of colorful, joyful, and eccentric glamour,” he said.

4. Vivica by Covington comes in six fun colors including beige, coffee, kiwi, stone, tangerine, and turquoise. Its leaf-like pattern would be at home in any hospitality environment. Customers can customize the collection for upholstery, drapery, and bedding.

5. Designed by Emanuela Frattini Magnusson for Momentum, the Blueprint Collection is available in nine upholstery patterns and 56 color combinations. Inspired by Magnusson’s love of art and architecture, the collection—whose pattern names are a nod to the greats, from Lucio to Ludwig and Lelia—uses hues and archetypical grids to play on the industry’s history.