Dreams by David Rockwell
A modern interpretation of corduroy, Corded Velvet is woven in a chunky horizontal rib of supple, plush cotton velvet. It is as durable as it is luxurious, making it a great option for contemporary upholstery frames. The palette of seventeen shades includes sophisticated pale neutrals, vibrant gemstone-inspired colors and dramatically deep twilight hues.
Every room can use a touch of animal skin. This glamorous weave combines the luster of silk satin with a raised crocodile skin texture that is woven in a technique that resembles embossing. Colorations feature metal-inspired neutrals and richly saturated hues that create dramatic statements as flowing curtain panels.
Inspired by an antique Central Asian rug pattern, this shimmering print catches the light, giving the design an ethereal look. Lustrous velvet, metallic effects and softly textured printing combine to create a richly layered and glamorous textile that is suitable for upholstery, decorative and curtain applications.
Inspired by the silhouetted, abstract forms of flowers, this dramatically scaled design is woven with transparent cellophane yarns for a subtly shimmering, sparkling appearance. The creamy wool and cotton boucle ground features a luxurious hand and drape that creates spectacular floor-length curtain panels.
The shadowy pattern of ficus tree leaves inspired this elegantly modern cut velvet design. Silky two-color rayon pile is woven in rich relief against a fine cotton satin ground for a graphic look that has a natural and contemporary sensibility. The palette is also nature-derived, from soft silvery sage and lush verdure greens to dramatic midnight blues.
Natural patterns of mirrored reflections on water are interpreted in this weave as silky cut velvet against textured cotton. The two-colored pile gives this textile a distinctly mottled, dimensional appearance. The abstract design is accented with delicately woven stitch marks in the ground that shimmer like light rays on water.