Sakura is the Japanese word for cherry blossoms which symbolize beauty and the fragility of life in Japanese culture. The magnificently drawn cherry blossom floral captures gracefulness of this spring blooming tree. With a vertical repeat of 64”, it is as if you are standing under the tree and enjoying the bittersweet scent and winsome birds of Sakura. Random pops of color are scattered throughout Sakura bringing to life the magic of this distinctive print.
Origami – the Japanese art of folding paper into shapes and figures.
The rippling surface of this exquisite texture is created by weaving plush chenille on a fine filament warp. With mixes of various colors of chenille, the fabric’s texture is suggestive of layers of delicately folded paper.
Bamboo is part of the evergreen and grass families and known for growing prolifically and for its strength. This bamboo theme print captures the abundant lush leaves of the bamboo plant as it moves gracefully in the breeze. Printed on a cotton and linen jacquard ground cloth, the woven pattern blends perfectly with the watercolor rendering of bamboo leaves. Painted in the style of Japanese brush painting or sumi-e, an art that dates back thousands of years in Japan.
Enter our garden of Eden, an enchanted garden filled with captivating flora. Classical toile renderings influenced the drawing of the pattern, but Eden is interpreted through a modern lens. The fine yet expressive line drawing is paired with a crisp white that results in the fresh traditional style of Eden.
Kana Velvet is a modern interpretation of plaid as a jacquard velvet. Wide bands of velvet pile are crossed with underlying ground stripes to form a bold plaid. The dense velvet pile is plush and smooth and a horizontal and vertical ground layer peaks through the screen-like effect of the velvet pile pattern.