Robert Allen and New York-based design house DwellStudio celebrates design’s heyday captured within the pages of legendary shelter magazines from the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s. The new Modern Archive takes enduring patterns and motifs—florals, Op-art geometrics, toile—and breathes new life into them with exciting proportions, impressionistic gradations and on trend color combinations, all of which can be layered with DwellStudio’s signature art-of-the-mix style. The result creates a fresh new look that walks the line between urban and urbane. Modern Archive Prints Collection from Dwell Studio, Robert Allen Fabrics. This newest collection is at source4interiors.com. Quick Quotes, Samples Available. Call us at 480-219-1487.
Three of Schumacher’s most iconic prints gain a whole new level of allure with fresh colorways that update their palettes and further broaden their appeal. New shades for Chiang Mai Dragon, Imperial Trellis, and Katsugi serve to both heighten and subdue their distinct patterns
Chiang Mai Dragon is one of Schumacher’s best-loved designs–since its introduction in 2006, the fabric has become iconic among our patterns. The modern Chinoiserie motif, which is screened onto rich linen and is also available as a wallcovering, originally came from an exuberant Art Deco block print that was created in the 1920s.
Based on a document print found in Schumacher’s archives, Seychelles is a lively and dramatic new pattern of brightly feathered birds and lush tropical blooms. Printed on 100% cotton that’s been treated with a light glaze, the colorations are sharp and pure, highlighting the fine details in the motif. Noir sets all those vivid hues against theatrical black.
Shop the newest collection from Robert Allen @ source4interiors.com. Come see the newest additions to our notable and comprehensive fabric library that spans the spectrum of color, pattern, texture and durability for all of your design project needs. Have a question or need some assistance call our design associates @ 480-219-1487.
The Highland Court Fabrics – redefines the concept of luxury. Running the gamut from modern to traditional, the Highland Court fabric collections were designed for those seeking to retain exceptional quality at attainable price points, while maintaining unique styling for distinctive room designs. Shop the full line of Highland Court Fabrics @ source4interiors.com.
Shop Boris Knoll @ source4interiors.com. Any questions or need assistance call us at 480-219-1487.
In the 1970′s, Kroll pioneered the use of the Jacquard loom in a new way to execute his large-scale tapestry designs, intended to brighten large expanses of walls in public places and corporate offices.
By the 1980′s, the company had come to be considered a leader in combining advanced weaving technology with imaginative patterns and an original, enduring color sensibility for use in homes, offices, hotels, ships, and even airplanes.
Tanabata is not currently offered online but can be obtained through source4interiors.com. Kroll fabrics and tapestries are highly prized by collectors and are in the permanent collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the Detroit Institute of Arts, and were featured in a 1956 show at the Museum of Modern Art entitled Textiles USA—the first major show devoted entirely to modern American textiles.During his lifetime, Boris Kroll produced millions of yards of fabric that found their way into homes, ofﬁces, cruise ships, even Air Force One.