The rich and mysterious blue colorway of this woven diamond design transports one to Morocco, to the coastal town where this color is endlessly used on fishing boats, doorways, textiles, everything.
A trellis of over-scaled coral branches make a dramatic statement linen burn-out. Gathered as a curtain, the overlapping silhouettes of semi-translucent maritime foliage take on an ethereal underwater quality.
This small-scale pattern has the feel of Japanese cloths traditionally used to carry clothes and wrap presents in.
‘Seafood Platter’... ‘All Fishes Great and Small’ ... ‘Bouillabaisse’… All of these were contenders for the name of this bold and wonderfully witty fabric aquarium.
Is it a Zebra pattern, or the exotic markings of a tropical fish? However you see it, Seabra makes a classic addition to the no.9 stable of large scale, dramatic prints.
The interplay of the vast array of colors within this chunky woven stripe is reminiscent of an abstract painting.
The very painterly hand of Abracadabra’s original artwork gives a completely new take on the enduring style of a rug pattern.