Posts Tagged ‘indigo’

New St. Frank Patterns

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

St. Frank shares our undying love for vintage textiles, and have crafted a fabric and wallpaper collection based on their amazing store of worldly goods. Sometimes we fall in love with a vintage piece, but it ends up being only a remnant or it is too delicate to use or it is not quite the right color… well St. Frank answered our prayers.

These fabrics and wallpapers by the yard are digitally printed, high resolution scans of their most popular pieces in repeat and made to order. So remember that perfectly worn African Kuba Cloth textile fragment you saw at the Brooklyn Flea? Well now you can wallpaper an accent wall with the pattern or upholster your favorite club chair in three color options.

Contact your salesperson or stop by the showroom for samples of both fabrics and wallpapers!




Aqua Pomegranate Suzani Wallpaper


Pink Diamond Huipil fabric


Chintamani wallpaper


Pangden fabric


Blue Tulip Suzani wallpaper


Indigo Beads fabric

St. Frank Textiles Wallpaper & Fabrics

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

The latest thing to drop in the showroom has been this amazing collection of wallpapers and fabrics from our favorite vintage textile purveyors, St. Frank. They have tirelessly sourced vintage and handmade fabrics from around the world to bring us a collection of goods “by the yard” to satisfy all our textile junkie cravings.

The products are made from meticulously scanned and manipulated textiles like woven Kuba pieces from the Congo and dyed Indigo fabric from Mali. The end result is dramatic but inviting wall-coverings and upholstery weight fabrics that bring the world into focus.

Their booth at ICFF showcased their new wallcoverings next to their classic framed treasures and we could have easily walked out of there with the whole collection if our bank accounts allowed it. We cannot wait to see how these will be incorporated into some truly beautiful spaces.

Dyed Arrows and Kuba ICFF

St. Frank booth at ICFF

Kuba Cloth Wallpaper

Kuba Cloth wallpaper in Amber

Dyed Arrows Wallpaper Installed

Indigo Dyed Arrows wallpaper in Midnight

Dyed Arrows Wallpaper

Indigo Dyed Arrows wallpaper in Midnight

indigo dyed arrows wallpaper bedroom 2

Indigo Dyed Arrows wallpaper in Midnight

dyed arrows fabric

Indigo Dyed Arrows fabric in Stone Blue

dyed arrows fabric 2

Indigo Dyed Arrows fabric in Stone Blue

tree of live wallpaper bathroom 3

Tree of Life wallpaper

Tree of Life Wallpaper

Tree of Life wallpaper

Call or stop by the showroom for samples and trade pricing!


Walter G Spring 2016 Collection

Monday, April 11th, 2016

Walter G has done it again, with a new Spring 2016 collection that is so drop dead gorgeous we might just take it all home and covet it for ourselves. Staying true to their handmade production process, using a mix of classic and contemporary motifs, they have brought us another round of must-have fabric by the yard and pillows. Believe it or not the textures are even more beautiful in person, so be sure to stop by the showroom and savor this indigo goodness with us.

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Fabric Friday + Eskayel

Friday, September 25th, 2015

Happy Fabric Friday! Today we are going to take a more complete look at the amazing handwoven Ikat fabrics from our friends at Eskayel.

The heirloom quality fabric panels are the result of a collaboration between Eskayel and Threads of Life, expertly woven by the craftspeople on the island of Sumba, Indonesia. For the first time in history, these weavers have incorporated non-traditional motifs into their timeless craft and the result is breathtaking.


Shanan and Nick at Eskayel made a selection of their signature motifs and simplified them to be used with this traditional Ikat technique called Hinggi.

ikat eskayel

Each piece is unique and handcrafted, made in a limited batch of 6-8 panels by one weaving community in rural Indonesia.

Threads of Life is a fair trade organization that supports culture and economic stability in isolated communities with limited resources and opportunity. Their work in rural Indonesia has reached 1,000 women on 11 islands and has helped establish numerous independent weaving cooperatives across the region. This not only helps preserve an amazing traditional skill, but also helps these communities manage their resources and seek financial security while expressing their cultural identity.

ikat eskayel 2

Check out their selection of beautiful Ikat panels and goods before they’re gone! The most covetable pillows, throws and fabrics are available in very limited quantities.




Call or stop in the showroom today for trade pricing and info!