In this print we catch glimpses of a stylized multi-headed Erawan, the mythical elephant mount of the Hindu god Indra. This celestially inspired pattern printed on linen is ideal for upholstery and curtains where a bold statement is desired.
When our Caravans Collection reached the ancient Silk Road city of Samarkand, we were inspired by the colorful and outspoken ikat textiles of Central Asia to create this lively pattern.
Native to America and Southeast Asia, the Magnolia flower is universally enjoyed for its classic beauty as will Jim Thompson’s version of this splendid flower be appreciated.
No matter where you go or in what direction you travel, this lattice printed sheer linen will put your design ideas on the map.
This intricate lattice design bears the name of an ethnic group from southern China renowned for their fine textiles.
Named for a waterfall demarking the border between China and Vietnam this amazing striped linen fabric falls into a category all of its own.
Named for one of the most ancient cities found on the Silk Road this jacquard silk fabric is decorated with a classic ikat pattern.
Life in ancient Cambodia ebbed and flowed with the rise and fall of the rivers such as the Bassac. This lively scene was inspired by sandstone carvings found on the famous temples in Southeast Asia.
The simplified forms of leaves and branches inspired by Japanese stencil design allows one to enjoy the clever combination of weave techniques in this semi-sheer fabric.