A deluge of colors intertwine in the latest textiles

Textured Tones

Whimsical periwinkle is just one of the opulent colorways in the Score pattern by Wolf-Gordon (background). Meanwhile, textiles by Chilewich (foreground) resemble Japanese tatami mats. The thickness of the weave accentuates the bicolor threading.

Hued Hides (Kendall Mills and Ian Thomas)

Knotty Neutrals (Kendall Mills and Ian Thomas)

Hued Hides

These leather textiles are colored using a special dyeing process that penetrates throughout the thickness of the skin. This new process affords warmer shades and cooler tones to accentuate the natural grain of the hide. Maharam‘s Brush collection (background) is characterized by its baby-blue matte finish. Poltrona Frau‘s SC collection (foreground) features deeply saturated red, pink, and beige shades.

Knotty Neutrals

Loosely defining space with tactile borders, these screen fabrics absorb sound and diffuse light in mute colors. Clockwise from top to left: Carnegie‘s Globe sheers resemble honeycombs. Aptly dubbed for its natural linen
color, the Essential Flax collection by Sunbrella features fibrous weaves. Luum’s Dispersion textile diffuses light and divides spaces with its translucent massing of threads. Speckle by Cope features a playful composition of Jackson Pollock-esque splashes of paint.

Vintage Varieties (Kendall Mills and Ian Thomas)

Vintage Varieties

You may feel your animal instincts come out when you feast your eyes on this season’s prints. New fierce motifs mix and match reinterpreted vintage patterns. These eclectic designs play off of each other in wildly pleasing combinations. Clockwise from top left: Woven by a machine, Richmond Park Velvet by Style Library Contract recalls William Morris’s historic 1860s flora and fauna blockprinted and handspun textiles.

Floressence is a spin on the classic camouflage pattern. In this rendition, KnollTextiles devised a more abstract design in a bright color palette. Edward Red by Sunbrella features a classic Scottish tartan motif in deep crimson and mauve. Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus, Designtex developed a geometric pattern called Circle Jacquard.

Midnight Mesh (Kendall Mills and Ian Thomas)

Midnight Mesh

Woven in a lattice of threads, this mesh fabric from KnollTextiles‘ KT Collection suggests the texture of a sports jersey but is designed to withstand wear and tear.