This collection is a cut velvet in a cotton/rayon blend. The grid of end-grain patterns is great for upholstery.
This is a glamorous, fashion-inspired pattern that is very luxurious. Teals and purples intensify the dramatic effect of this fabric.
The shifting stripes of color work in both shimmering metallic tones and intense coloration in this fabric.
This pattern was based on a peen-hammered metal finish, but as a fabric it ends up having the sculptural quality of crushed egg shells.
Dramatic, vertical curves are spliced with short horizontal dashes of color. The pattern itself has a shifting ombre of colors.
A combination of cotton and chenille, this collection is a series of straight and subtly curved lines that resemble the grain of wood, transformed by different colorways.
Resembling a watercolor painting, the drips of rain are applied onto the fabric in a very painterly fashion.
This fabric echoes the pattern of seeds in a pod when it is freshly cut. We have created luminous pools of light in rich and exotic colorways.
This was inspired by some scenery Rockwell Group designed for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards Ceremony: a woven metallic backdrop, like a lattice. The pattern has a dimensional, woven effect.
This pattern is a larger scale version of the pattern above, but with a metallic foil printed on linen for a more shimmery and luminous effect.
This cotton fabric is a digital take on the traditional Indonesian ikat. The pattern is evocative of a stage light on a curtain.
This collection is also inspired by some of the metallic backdrops the Rockwell Group designed for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards Ceremony. This is a soft grid of shifting tones, perfect for upholstering banquettes.